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DRAMATIC; 



VAUDEVILLE, »® Pages. CIRCUS. 




Copyright, 1905, by toe Trad* Queen Publishing Company (Limited). 



Founded by 
FRANKSQUEEN, 1853. 



ISTKW YORK, AUGUST 4, 1900. 



VOLUME LIV.-No. 24. 
Prlco, 10 Cants. 




62G 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August 4. 



Mi55 CIipper'5 

Anecdotes, Personalities and Comments, 

coKcnxura 

ST1GE FOLK and Some times OTHERS 

BT J OSBPHINB QEO. 

Harry D. Carey, tbe author and leading 
man of "Montana," a melodrama of immense 
popularity, hnd one of his most Impressively 
quiet icenca turned Into a howl of amusement 
by an Interpolation from an lntereated audi- 
tor In the gallery. 

"Jim Qraham,'' tbe cow-puncher foreman 
of tbe "Bnckhorn Ranch" la played most roe- 
ceaafully by Carey. In this character, during 
the flrat act. he haa a pretty love acene with 
"Flo," tbe ranch owner's niece, ptayed by 
Gertrude Fowler. 

Ills ataRe business In the acene requires 
blm to atart off tbe right upper entrance 
when he la called by "Flo," who asks him to 
come and sit beside her on tbe bench. In- 
atead of going Instantly to her aide aa might 
be expected, bis baslneaa wan to stand bash- 
fully up by the gate, "Stetson" In hand, until 
she had repeated her request, and then to 
slouch toward her with the peculiar, alow, 
rolling gait characteristic of many cow-punch- 
ers. 

At the opening performance In Beading, 
I'o., Carey was playing thla acene In bis usual 
deliberate manner, when a gallery-god, evi- 
dently exasperated at the actor's alowness In 
embracing an opportunity to make love, thun- 
dered In a deep voice that waa plainly heard 
In every part of tbe bouse : 
"Oh, for heaven's sake, go to it 1 go to It !" 
Carey went In obedience to the command 
of tbe deeply concerned auditor and tbe de- 
mand of the atage business, but not before 
he and Mlaa Fowler had indulged In a hearty 
laugh at tbe artistic expense of their scene. 
♦ 
Tete Mack, of Mack and Dugal, In tbe ma- 
gical comedy sketch, "A Strenuous Sprain," 
tells bow a "atrlke" In a company of which 
he was a member during bla early experi- 
ences, began nnd quickly ended. 

The "bad business" excuse had been handed 
them for four or five weeks In place of their 
expected salaries, and they were In actual 
need. After the discussion of several plans 
to get at least n part of what ehould be 
coming to them, "strike" *aB decided upon. 
Tbe leader of this movement was certain 
that tbe manager could be brought to see 
their Ride of It, If strenuously urged by the 
usual threat of "no snlary, no performance." 
The "strikers" met In the leader's room, 
and tbe manager waa notified that they 
wished to discuss things with blm. He came. 
One of the actors then Informed htm that 
the salaries he was holding back must be 
forthcoming Immediately, — or tbe usual alter- 
native. Some few other remarks of the actor 
did not please the manager, who was some- 
what pugillstlcilly Inclined, and he Immedi- 
ately proceeded to make a reply, punctuating 
and Illustrating It upon the person of the 
objecting member. The result waa a much 
hammered man subsiding In a corner of the 
room. Then turning to the leader of the 
"strike," the manager demanded: 

"Now, V , whnt iiave you got to 

say?" 

"Well," stammered V , "I'd like 

like to have a new pair of aoles to my shoes," 
And tbe "strike" was off. 



Why, Aunt, he's ugly as can be ; 
The horrid thing Is flirting with me 1" 
This advice la free to all young men, 
Tonll see what the difference will always be 

then. 
If you're an actor,— and a married man, 
Keep It a secret aa long u yon can. 



noanced we will open the Klaw * Brlanger 
stock company, which Is to be composed of 
tbe best players tbat can be secured, at tbe 
Chestnut Street Theatre, in Philadelphia, at 
the beginning of tbe new year, where we 
shall present six original plays and Ave 
original musical comedies, giving each a run 
of two weeks." 

»«» 

Plana of Llebler A Co. 
George C. Tyler, who returned from abroad 
last week, reiterated bis statement cabled 
from London some days ago, to the effect 
that Eleanor Robson would present tbe com- 
ing season a play by Edmund Rostand, n<~ 



OCR IiOMDOH LETTER. 



raoif oun own cobbispoitdiht. 



Clipper Bareant. 

48 Crmbonrne Street, 
Leicester Masvre, 

London, W. C, 
JULY 21. 



forthcoming revue at tbe Folles Mirlgpr 
During tbe Autumn of next year Eltlnn wtii 
appear with the Lole Fuller Company at th" 
leading pleasure resorts of tbe continent. 

On Monday last Frank and Jen Latonn 
who have Just returned from Amerl-a 
opened at Derby Castle, Douglas, Isle of 
Man, with mnch success. After two week-1 
at Douglas tbey go to Ipswich and Norwich 



going _ 
1 Frincesse Loin 
talne,'~but an entirely different version, and 
this has, of course, been seen neither '~ 



Ben Le Bash la responsible for tbe two 
following Incidents, which he malls from St 
Paul. 

The flrat was a propo* of an exceedingly 
poor performance that was taking place In a 
prominent vaudeville bouse tbat bad always 
been noted for tbe excellence of most of Its 
programs. 

"This li the worst ever, ' remarked one of 
three traveling men who were witnessing the 
show. 

"Well, that can eaally be explained," said 
one of them who knew tbe manager of the 
place, and was aware of tbe fact tbat on tbe 
previous Monday rehearsal, three good acts 
had failed to show up, "you see, they had 
three disappointments this week." 

"Three P exclaimed one of the friends, 
wltherlngly, "three I why, I've counted eleven 
already,— and there are still more to come." 

The custom of giving a number of per- 
formances a day In vogue at the "ten-cent" 
bouses through tbe Northwest, has led per- 
formers to make tbe Inquiry, "how many?" 

One Monday, after tbe usual rehearsal of 
new comers, a well known vaudeville per- 
former, whose appearance In the house had 
been made the feature of the week's billing, 
questioned an old colored man who was 
cleaning the lobby, concerning this important 
point 

"Uncle, how many shows do they give a 
day at thla place ?" asked tbe actor. 

"Two, Boss," replied the old fellow, In a 
decided manner. 

"Yes," assented tbe actor, then adding In 
an aside, "and four at ntghtf" 

George Parker, who waa last season with 
Willie Collier, told the following not long ago 
to a group of bla player friends. It Illus- 
trates that many who are confined In asy- interest, o\ which no accurate announcement 
luma for tbe demented have plenty of lucid 
Intervals when they can both play a joke 
and appreciate the fact. 



Tie »ole erent of th, m* 1° the SJiwtl; SAAST Vloli* U^ISJ!? 1 *?,^ 
world wm the Bret London prodnctlon of Jf-iSJ JJSS f. i£v Amerlce will Ee 

•The Prince chep." The weather has been ™i „4RSo »««Md«T In th. w-.-.. 



tt*BA*&&9m^& which has by the thousands of tourist. In town and the "ff" SBgUTs/HURB!! 

Wen adapted by Louis N. Parker, who was regular followers who are not on their holl- "Wg .« reBDec t Vf a contrac"nder whi .^ 
personally chosen by ft Itostand to make this days. _ 

adaptation especially for Mlia Ilobson'a use. -The Prince Chap," a play, In three acta, 
Mr. Tyler said: by E. W. Peple, waa produced at the Crl- 

"There seems to have been some mlsunder- terlon, Monday, 10, by a company under the 
standing concerning the Itostand play. The management of A. II. Canby. The story of 
exact circumstances are these : A year ago an tbe play Is too well known to Americans for 
arrangement was entered into with M. Ros- me to go Into It. It waa received with ap- 
tond Ity which certain alterations were to proval at the Criterion on Monday, but I 

be made In bis play, 'La Frincesse Loin- can hardly say with marked approval. The ^Vd from"the a^fendYnls^notber"^^'. 
talne.' which had teen given only In French, newspaper notices were not praiseworthy and t!t7wSR engagement at the Aravl? r££ 
and by Sarah Bernhardt. aL Wand ex- I hardly look for a long run. Perhaps, If the w *. ««■ TreTSsTsB ^Hrkg™ 
pressly stipulated that thla work should be play bad been done during the season, its gtoll contract barred him from anneariW? >. 
5one by BE Parker, and under his (M Bos- chances for a hit would have iwprtB ^JSSmS^mZBfS^i£ 
land's) own supervision. As each revision The company Is a very excellent one. ^ \a* Qe f endaDta a8k in g them J £f Jo? h 

was made, M. Rostand signified bis approval On Wednesday Charles Frown an sailed for jj f , , ( tQ Argyle^cntract The 
of the Btep taken. The changes that have New York, where he will remain until De- defe ndaDts &«£ saying -that Blrkenhi^ 
been madeln the play. In order that it might cernber, his present Intention being to return J™ 11 " ^^tS. In This event It proved .5 
suit MIbs Ilobson's requirements, have been here In that month in order to witness the jT£g Mr Staley lost E T week'? e nefl ^ 
made by M. Rostand, or with his sanction opening of the new Hicks Theatre, ^ of wfalcfe m ^ aU aIter pBT i Dg ' the cost of going i?fiiE 
and approval. We are not going to do merely he is to be the lessee and manager on Shaftes- "JgL/ ^ aeftndantB' counsel contended 
an Anglicised version of 'U Frincesse Loin- borv Avenue.^ understand^ Frohman Jn- jj£t ^ey were not liable for any breach of 

contracts between managers and performers. 
Evidence having been heard In support of 
the claim, the defendants' counsel said he 
did not propose to call any evidence, but he 
submitted that the defendants, having made 



i contract under vhU-'.i 
he waa to appear at the Argyle, Birkenhead 
Tbe plaintiffs counsel sola the defendants 
were Ben Nathan, Jack Bomers and P \v 
Wlllard, who formerly carried on business hg 
partnership as agentB. In December 1004 
the defendants obtained for Mr. Staler ■ 
contract to go on the Moss & Stoll tour In 
September of the same year the plaintiff re- 



._. I understand Mr. Frohman In- 
tends producing In New York, during tbe 
coming season, an unusually large number of 
French nor In English. English plays, which will be seen In London 

"Concerning the plans I have made for at a later period. Just before leaving town 
Miss Robson's season at the Liberty Theatre, Mr. Frohman completed an arrangement 
New York, It has been decided that the open- which will greatly please London playgoers. 



Fng pfaywlll lie" Israel ZangwM'B new play, The arrangement la the appearance of Cyril 
'Nurse Marjorle,' which will be given Its Maude, 



premier about Sept 20. During the season, 
but not In the order named, Miss Robson 
will do 'Susan In Search of a Husband,' by 
Eugene W. Presbrey, from Jerome K. Jerome's 
short story, and In connection with this will 
be presented a one act play, Tina,' written 



Mack relates that, finally, when the "show 
broke," two of the company were absolutely 
down and out. One of these wss an old 
"legitimate" of about sixty years. Tbey 
tried to get employment in tbe town where 
things had gone to pieces, wlll'ng to do any- 
thing for a while to tide them over until 
they could get aomethlng to do la their own 
profession. 

A brass foundry wns the final goal after 
several futile efforts In other directions. 
On their application for work, tbe euperln- 
tendent of the foundry, addressing tbe older 
mnn, sold : 

"Well, what can you do?" 

Characteristic of his profession, the old 
"legit" replied: 

"Anything cast for." 

The mall brings n communication from a 
Ci.htrk subscriber, signed "Laurlette," with 
some verses written by a "Topsy," seventeen 
yeara of age, member of an "Uncle Tom's 
Cabin" company, managed by William De 
Hart. 

it Illustrates the difference it makes with 
the favor of tbe public, whether the admired 
one behind the footlights Is under tbe matri- 
monial bond or not. Experience haa proved 
that the one supposed to be free to accept 
the homage and attention of admirers, with- 
out the Interference of a husband or wife In 
the background, la bound to be the greater 
favorite. 

THE DIFFERENCE. 
With eyes ablaze and cheeks aglow, 
Sits n maiden In front row ; 
She the lending mnn espies. 
First she giggles, then ahe sighs, 
"Oh, how heav'nly It would be 
To have one love you such as be. 
Those beautiful, glorious, big, brown eyes! 
He must be Apollo In disguise, 

"The lending lady I Just hate,— 

Hbc must be forty at any rale, 

She's kissing Apollo the maid holds 

her breath — 
"I know she's just sneezing him 'most tj 

death. 
Oh, Isn't be just tbe dearest dear ! 
I wish that he would look down here." 
"Now. don't be foollah," aays wise Aunt Ann, 
"For Mr. Blank la a married man." 

"Oh, la tbat so? that what you any, — 
Well 1 think he's awful, anyway. 



The story runs that three or four men who 
were on their way to a race track, passed 
by the grounds surrounding one of these in- 
stitutions. On the Inside of the high iron 
fence was one of the detnined Inmates en- 
gaged In the process of adding a coat of paint 
to It Being known by one of the passers- 
by to have been prev'~usty a member of tbe 
turf fraternity, he stopped, saying: 

"Hello, Tom I We're off for the track." 
Then naming several of tbe horses that were 
to run, be asked the former horse expert's 
advice as how to place their money. The 
man, with a wise air, at the same time as- 
siduously manipulating his paint brush, told 
the Inquirer exactly bow to bet, and the 
pleasure seekers departed. 

Later In the day, the party, with dejected 
manner, repassed the place, where the Insane 
painter was still busy swinging his tireless 
brush. 

"8ay, Tom," exclaimed tbe man who had 
requested the tips, "We're down and oit I 
lost every cent." 

"Is that so?" quietly said tbe one on the 
Inside of tbe fence, not ceasing tbe move- 
ment of his brush. "And did you bet on tbe 
horses 1 picked for you?" 

"Of course," was the reply. 

"Go, get a brush 1" was all the suggestive 
advice the "dotty" painter gave. 



_- , at the Duke of York's, early In Sep- 
tember. The play selected for the occasion 
is called "Trlpplepatte," and Its production 
In Parts took place last December, at the 
Athenee, where It la stilt running. Originally 
In fire acts, these in the English version are 
itmicu to be reduced to four. contaJiiIng five scenes. 
by Clothilda Graves. Then we will nave an The hero of "Trlpplepatte" — the character 
original play by Mrs. Humphrey Ward and C. assigned to Mr. Maude — Is a young vlcomte, 
Haddon Chambers, to be known as 'Agatha.' thirty years old, who, when the play opens, 
" 'The Girl Who Has Everything,' by Clyde haa no less than three love affairs on hand. 
Fitch, which Miss Robson successfully pro- The action turns upon the problem : To which 
duced last season on tbe road, will also be of these will he eventually succumb? He be- 
made a portion of her repertory. In January longs to the class of lrresolutes, his dread of 
we will do The Lady of Dreams.' In addl- matrimony being the one fixed factor In an 
tlon to this there will be a production of an otherwise vacillating nature. But the mo- 
old classic comedy. Then -there will be a new tnent arrives when at length be Is confronted 
version of Judge Robert Grant's play, *Un- by the ■ Inevitable. The wedding guests are 
leavened Bread? which will be made by Leo assembled ; tbe one thing wanted to com- 
Dletrlchsteln. There will also be a new one piete tbe arrangements la the presence of the 
act play by Alfred Sutro, and some others of bridegroom. The vlcomte, however, obstt- 
interest, of which no accurate announcement nately remalnB In his own apartments. There 
can be made aa yet. All tbe plays arranged he Is visited' by tbe mother of tbe young lady 
for Miss Robson's repertory will positively be whom he proposes to not to marry. She, de- 
glven, regardless of tbe success or failure of termlned tbat If he Is not to be ber son-In- 
any play. Everything that Miss Robson will law, be shall become no one's else, carries 
present will be staged personally by Charles off all his garments, and aa his portmanteaux 
Cnrtwrlght, who comes over from London for have already, in anticipation of the honey- 
thla purpose, and to plav such parta as may moon trip, been sent to the station In ad- 
be suiteato him. Miss Robson's leading man Tance, the unhappy bridegroom Is thus un- 
thls season will be II. B. Warner, the son of able to leave tbe house. At the Duke of 
Chas. Warner, who will, make his first ap- York's "Trlpplepatte" Is to be preceded by a 
pearance In New York at that time. Others one act pantomime, entitled "The Scape- 
in Miss Robson's company will be Ada Dwyer grace," In which Pauline Chase will appear, 
and Reuben Fax. Miss Robson and her mother The last performance of "Tbe Man from 



an error, had offered to pay the plaintiff to 
7 way of reduc- 



have rented a house at St. Valerle-sur-Somme, 
on tbe French coast, and wilt remain there 
until they sail for this country. Aug. 24. 

. "While abroad I secured tbe services of 
Mme. Yvette Gullbert and Albert Chevalier, 



Blnnkley's" for the present season was given 
at the Hayroarket lsBt night. Tbe theatre 
will remain closed until Sept. G, when ine 
run of tbe amusing farce will be resumed. 
Mr. Harrlaon, the manager of the Haymar- 



and they will arrive here In October, to make kct, will revive, during the Fall and Winter 

a tour of six weeks of the entire country, season at his bouse, "Lady nuntwortb's Ex- 

during widen they will play one and two perlment." 

nights In each of the principal cities. Im- The directors of the Southeastern and 
mediately following this tour both Mme. Chatham Railway Company have voted to 
Gullbert and Mr. Chevalier will return to gtTe ^^ Maude twenty tbousaod pounds 
England. ^..^ for the damage done the Avenue Theatre by 
"I have bIbo secured a new and original play tlie Chnr i„ g cr 08B station accident last Win- 
by C. Haddon Chambers, which le somewhat ter u u ndTng operations will now be pushed 
Blmllar lntreatment to that authors success; f orwar d t B b Mr. Maude hopes to be ab'.e to 



ful play, "The Tyranny of Tears," and this will 
be given Its Initial hearing either In December 
or January. Tbe title of the play is 'Sir An- 
thony.' I have also arranged for a new play 
by Louis N. Parker, which Is of the apec- 
tacular order, and this, too, will be done In 
January, in conjunction with Messrs. Ktaw & 
Krlanger. I have arranged for Ellis Jeffreys 
to remain In London during the early part of 
the season, and she will open there, at the 
Royalty Theatre, In September, after which 
engagement sue will come to America. No 
decision hna yet been reached regarding the 
man selected to play Charlie Steele, In 'The 
Right of Way,' the dramatization of Gilbert 
Parker's novel, made by Eugene W. Presbrey. 
"The other attractlona Llebler k Co. will 
have on tour the coming senson, will open In 
as follows: The Vanqerbilt 



open the tneatre next February. 

At the Empire, Cardiff, on Saturday last 
a meeting was held of the liquidators and 
the committee of Inspection appointed by the 
ehoreholdera of the London Coliseum. Walter 
Battle, of Leeds, presided, and there were 
present: Oswald Stoll. Mr. Molyneux, Ed- 
ward Nlcbol, II. J. Thomas, Tom Graham, 
Mr. Gillespie nnd Mr. Metcalfe. Tbe official 
report statea "that the Interests of the share- 
holders are being In every possible way pro- 
tected, and that a scheme for a proposed re- 



o pay 1 
the extent of forty pounds by 
tlon of commission on future contracts, and 
tbat that was a very fair offer. The judge 
thought It clear to his mind tbat the plaint?!! 
waa entitled to damages, but not to the ex- 
tent to which he claimed. He gave tbe 
plaintiff a verdict of fifty-three pounds, with 
costs. 

Kelly and Reno leave these shores to-day 
for New York. After a very successful sea- 
son at the Empire, In this city, they went to 
Amsterdsm, where they were equally success- 
ful. While In that country Mr. Kelly caught 
a severe cold, which made him take to nh 
bed for many weeks, and caused the team 
to cancel many contracts. He haa now com- 
pletely recovered. They return to this city 
next December to play an engagement at 
some of Mr. Payne's syndicate nails. Tbey 
have also continental time booked. 

Walter Gibbons' arrangements to build mu- 
sic balls at Wlllesden and Tooting have now 
been completed. The Wlllesden Empire will 
have Its opening at Christmas, It Is hoped, 
and tbe Tooting house at Easter. 

Thomas Barrasford and Richard Waldroa 
have dissolved partnership in respect of the 
Palace Theatre, Glasgow. Tbe business of 
the bouse will be carried on In the future 
by Mr. Waldron. 

Sailing on Wednesday for New York were: 
Rose Stahl, Mr. and Mrs. Jennings (Edith 
Helena) and family, Charles Frohman and 
l'lerrepont Morgan. 

Daisy Harcourt, a little English girl, with 
a dash and go that Is refreshing. Is one of 
the most pleasing turns at the Palace. She 
sings several excellent character songs, and 
Is enthusiastically received by her hearers. 

A clipping from this week's Encore: "Our 
'Man on the Spot' says: "It Is with regret 
tbat I bade au revoir, on Wednesday, to one 
of tbe most cbarmlng performers that ever 
set foot on British soil from tbe States. I 
refer to Rose Stahl, one of the most brilliant 
of tbe Palace Theatre recent successes. She 
sailed for New York yesterday, being ac- 
companied to Liverpool by a party of ad- 
mirers, Including Jenle Jacobs. The compli- 
ment we paid to Miss Stahl, In referring to 
her as tbe 'Bernhardt of tbe Halls," haa been 
quoted widely by the American press, and as 
long as tbe popular 'Chorus Lad?' sticks to 
tbe stage, the name will remain with her." 

The Palace, Belfast, haa Its bill middled 
this week by a couple of comedy artists, 
named Cole and Rage, but what's In a name? 

Jerry Hart has Just returned from a five 
days' motoring trip with Bert Gilbert, who 
had a abort respite from hla labors* at the 
Hippodrome, where he supplies the comedy 
In -The Flood." In tbe Fall Mr. Gilbert goes 
on tour with "Tbe Blue Moon," which had a 



regular order, __ 

KInvr A ErUnsrer's Plauaa. C . U P' * A&J5 l8 aiiS?i\?ii.?^i!iS ro- *f?i» " 

Marc Klaw, of Klaw & Erlanger, returned Jg • fift, Tat S to^o$gT&tolt!:hoA& <* BC ! a ■ft™ ^VfT* t0 „1 : ««■* ■»»«■ He la at the Empire, Glasgow, 

am London on Julv 22. and Tiad the foi- *?.- nS . .Vi° l SSLS „i ^LtXmZU iSES .• qnirter. Th« authorized committee have week. _ t . ..... 



construction was discussed, which, It Is very successful stay at the Lyric some monthB 

hoped to put forward at an early date," The ago. 

official report continues : "This committee Calcedo, whose wire act la such a hit In 
was appointed by tbe shareholders at the America, called on me yesterday. He recent- 
last general meeting, and, notwithstanding ly arrived from New York, and Intended to 
this, It appears that a movement is on foot rest for many weeks, but the Moss & Stoll 
to appoint another committee, and a demand people made him such a good offer to open 
haa been made for shareholders to remit six on their tour at once that he has accepted 

— • next 



from London on July 22, and nad tbe fol- 
lowing to say In an Interview: "We have 
made quite extensive plans, both for this 
country and abroad, while I have been away. 
We have established offices In London, at 
y:i Southampton Street, and they are now In 
working order, and we shall keep them open 

ferraanently. We shall present 'The Free 
•ance,' In London, next Spring. Mr. Curzon, 
manager of the Prince of Wales Theatre, U 
very much Interested In It 



LOU POIKS, Ul IUC DU31U11 iiicuvitr, uumuu, ,,„.,,... 

Aug. 27 ; 'Mrs. Wlggs, of the Cabbage Patch,' £ ln fl " «. 



made no such call." The circular relating Griffin and Dubois, re-unlted after many 

to thla movement, which was read at the montha, made their "debut" at the Glasgow 

meeting, stated that a meeting of the share- Empire last Monday. Tbe act, so 1 hare 

holders had been held at tbe Inns of Court been Informed, has been greatly Improved. 

Hotel, in l^ondon, on July 12, when resolu- Billy McClaln and hla colored sextette, m- 

tlona were passed in which It was proposed : eluding Madame Cordelia, In their sketch, 

(11 That the shareholders ao combine for "The Hottest Coon In Dixie," are making a 

the purpose of testing the liability of the dl- big hit at the. Palace, Blackburn, current 

Henry w. savages i inns. rectors and (or) promotors of the London week. After receiving seven recalls on the 

Henry W. Savage, recently returned from Coliseum, Limited, for the statements con- Orst nlgbt of the week, Mr. McClaln was 

Mr, Curzon and ourselves are perfecting Europe, announces that he will produce Puc- oerned In the prospectus. (2) That the called before the curtain and bod to make a 

nn arrangement bv which, ihe season after 'lid's opera, "Madame Butterfly, 'at the Co- shareholders be requested to subscribe six speech before tbe audience would refrain 

* pence In the pound on the amount of their from applauding. 

original holding In the company. (3) That Going stronger than ever at tbe Hippo- 

George Beverly, of Chancery Lane Station drome, Brighton, thla week, are HI 



Man.' with William Faversbam, at Powers' 
Theatre, Chicago, Sept. 10; a second com* 
pany in 'The Vanderbllt Cup,' at Asbury 
Park, Sept. 11, and a second company in "The 
Squaw Man,' at Asbury Park, Sept. 14." 

4 I » 



'Madame Butterfly, _ 

this, we are to furnish the attractions for "the '» m 'i , '» 'fi iea i re V lY 1Bn l nft f"v T'„ C Vn? n 2^T 
season nt a London Theatre, nnd he Is, In 15 - for * h e first time In America. The corn- 
exchange, to give us English attract W for PJR/. which will bo lws)sWttl| 
one of our New York tbeotrcs, tbe managers of foreign singers, will sail for America enrl 
of the respective theatres to make tbe aeW ln September, a 



tlon of attractlona. 

"We have secured from George Edwnrdes 
an option on 'See-Saw,' produced at the 
Prince of Wales Theatre three weeke ago, and 
which Is a really great success. This piece 
was originally done In Pans under tbe title 
of 'The Third Moon.' Ab hag already been 
stated, we have purchased tbe rights to all 
Mr. Edwardes' and tbe Gaiety attractions for 
a period of five years. This contract Includes 
everything Mr. Edwardes does at every the- 
aere In London excepting Daly's. The pro- 
duction made there belong to the Daly estate. 

"George Bernard Shaw Is busily engaged 
rehearsing Forbes Robertson and Gertrude 
Elliot, In 'Crcsar and Cleopatra,' which will 
be produced at the New Amsterdam Theatre, 
Oct. 20. Mr Robertson and Miss Elliott will 



Chambers, London, accountant, be appointed 
After a Bhort rond tour, "Ma- secretory to the shareholders' movement, and 
dame Butterfly" will be brought to New York that all subscriptions shall be sent direct to 
for a run. Conductor Walter Rothwell will him for the purpose of defraying the cost 
conduct tbe performances here. Mme. Elxi nnd expenses of the movement and the pro- 
Szamosy, who Bang the title role at Buda- ceedlngs. The circular proceeds to explain 

fest, was signed for tbe Amerlcoa company. " 
n addition to Mme. Szamosy, Mr. Savage 
has secured four other prima donnas, who 
will be heard as Mme. Butterfly In America. 
One of these Is Adelaide Norwood, formerly 
n member of the English Grand Opera Co. 
"Butterfly" rehearsals are now in progress 
In London, under the Joint direction of Con- 
ductor Rothwell and George Marlon. 
- Mr. Ravage also announced tbe completion 
of a. deal with Paris producers to Introduce 
his American musical comedy productions In 
the French capital. "Tbe Yankee Consul" will 



find 



Sailing on tbe same boat were Derenda 



be given.at the Folles Marfgoy, In Paris, early 

follow Henry B, Irving, son of the late Sir I? October, under the direction of .Marcel and Green, the successful club Jugglera Im- 

Henry, who opens In a repertory of Import- > Te J-„ wh .° * ls0 , h ? 8 a *2Z?B v r ^°° d " B**58 business mattera necessitated Mr. 

g z&a . t .be k Smjsz ^SS&si^basTr ss 

either In "King Dodo" or "The Yankee 
Consul." 

"The Prince of nisen" will be produced In 
Parla by Victor de Cottons, who bas also 
contracted for George Ade'a "The Sultan of 
Sulu." 

While abroad Mr. Savage also completed 
arrangements with tbe authors of "Die 
Lustlge Wltwe." now running ln Berlin and 
Vienna, for an American production of the 
light opera. Mr. Savage bas planned to open 
his Garden Theatre early In September with 
'The Stolen Story," which will be followed 



Whlttaker, whose success at the Pavilion 
caused conBidernble talk a few weeks ago. 

Tbe Sisters Maglnel-Mulllnl, American 
cornet soloists, nre returning to the S tatei ' 
Bhortly. after six years ln the principal 
_ vaudeville bouses of thla country and the 
the grounds upon which the proposed pro- continent. Their success has been maricea. 
ceedings will be tnken. Peter MrNally, the well known newspaper 

On Tuesday laRt the Empire Comedy Four man and athlete, called at the office one day 
sailed for New York. Their career In this this week, and I had a very Interesting chat 
country has been a very long and successful with the gentleman, who is from my own 
one, ln fact, one to be very proud of. They home city, Boston. Mr. McNally was accom- 
onened Aug. 28. 1005. playing the London pnnled by Walter CrlchetL While In town 
Coliseum and tbe Empire, New Cross, the tbey were entertained by B. M. Spurr, sec- 
first week. After n month at the flm named retory Barnum k Bailey Company, Limited, 
hall they went on tour, and have worked Late ln the week tney left for the continent, 
without a break up to July 9. They played where Mr. McNally Intends to do a little 
five engagements ln Glasgow. They open nt swimming and write some articles on tbe 
a Keith and Tractor New York house Sept. 4. countries vlelted. 



"We have also arranged for the return of 
'Hen-Hur' to London. Notwithstanding the 
enormous success this drama made In Lon- 
don, we have never played It anywhere In 
the United Kingdom except tbat city. At the 
next visit wo Intend to tour Great Britain 
and the continent. 

"Our plans for America include a bigger 
production of 'Ren-Hur' than we have ever 
made before, notwithstanding that when It 
opens for tbe season it will begin its eighth 
year. Joseph Cawtborn will continue with 
the Sou aa Opera Co., ln The Free Lance,' 



Derenda setting back many months' work In 
this country. 

On Monday next there will be a complete 
change of bill at the Palace. The new bill 
Includes; Paul Martlnettl and hla company, 
in a Borlo-comlc pantomime, entitled "My 



Johnson and Wells, now at Carlsbad. 

Austria, write me that they have been a big 
Buccess on the continent They want to dc 
remembered to all friends, .. 

Kartell!, wire walker, now at tbe ai- 
harabrn, does work that one would think im- 
possible. His marvelous work haa made him 
one of the most Interesting novelties seen at 
the Alhambra ln a long time. The manage- 



and Mclntyre and Heath will open their 

son In 'The Ham Tree.' at the New York The- 
atre, July 30. We will aieo have two '45 
Minnies from Broadway' companies, one 
headed by Fuy Templeton nnd tne other by 
Corlnne. 'The Prince of India.' with a com- 
pany of conspicuous merit, will open Its sea- 
son nt the Broadway Theatre 8ept. 24. Thli 
list Includes our firm's enrly personal pro- 
ductions, 

"la the Fall we will present Lulu Glaaer 
In a new play, also John J. McNally's new 
farce. 'Apartments To Let;' Francis Wilson's 
new comedy, 'Miss Dolly Waters;' R. A. Bar- 
net's new musical extravagauaa, 'Pocahontas,' 
nnd the new Plxley and Lttdcra' opera, 'The 
Grand Mogul,' of which Frank Moulan will 
be tbe feature. Ab bas already been an- 



bv "The Student King" and "The Man from 
Now." 

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OKLAHOMA. 



Wife ;" Chantl, Moonev and Holbein, late ment appreciates his efforts by giving him a 

arrivals from South Africa, and Lucctte de good place on the bill. . ,»,„ 

Verly, n charming Freach singer. The Gothams are also going strong at tne 

I'uullnettl and PIquo have Jnst returned same house. Their engagement at the lci- 

from Berlin, nfter flnlahlng a most successful cester Square house has beeeen prolonged. 

continental tour, combining business with and It would not surprise me If their appear- 

pleasnre through Italy and the South of ance before the king and queen at Winder. 

Prance. The lust visit was their fourth to recently. Is not responsible ln a way for tue 

the principal cities of Italy, and they are prolongation. 



The Dangerous Performance BUI Is tne 
topic of the hour with the members of tnc 
_ profession, whose work la of the ecrobnnc 
gneement of one month and a half at the sad gymnastic type. A meeting of Udy urr- 
white — 



re-cngnged to return after their present run 
Is completed, which will be about the first 
of April. 1007. Paulluettl and Piano's en- 



ntergnrden, Berlin, was a big success, and Ists, promoted by Claude Bartram, tne kob- 

they are re-engaged for next year. They Ush representative of the International Ari^ 

have hnd numerous offers for Germany, Swe- lata' Lodge, for protest against tbe bill, « RS 

den, Denmark and Switzerland. Thev In- held at the Hotel Provence oa Wednesrtny. 

tend returning to the States for tbe Fal'l aen* There waa a fair slxed crowd assembled, 

son of 1007. Charles Leonard Fletcher opens at tne 

I neglected to Btato In the above notice of Metropolitan on Monday. He has been w 



Oklahoma Citr» — At Delmar Garden 
(Slnopoulo k Marre, managers) tbe bill for 
July U and week Included: Gongales Bros. 
(second week), Frank Clayton, De van Bros., 
Gill Brown, Alsace and Lorraine, and kino- 
drome. It was the last week of vaudeville at - - ie .-v.v U i« ..,..>.- , u E"-r«""w« «" ™«u«oj. •«- -— 
the garden. North Bros., ln repertory, for new acta at the Palace of tbe appearance at Parte for the last week looking over tne w 
two weekB. beginning 30. , that house on Monday next of May Belfort. city. While there he met a great ««"? 
Bijou AmooME (Lassarre A Olson, pro- who has just arrived from America. Miss American theatrical managers. 

Belfort opens at Kelth'e Philadelphia house ♦*♦ _. 

tar ' T ,i ln tne £*«■ , „ . t Elsib Janis arrived from Burope Ju'r^ 4 ; 

Lltlnge. who la now In Paris, has signed *nA Mt ■<- nn*» f nf chinm. where l 
a contract to play a prominent part In tbe 



prlotors).— Week of 22 : Robinson and O'Doll, 
Bessie Blabb, Jack Benson, Trask and Glad- 
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Tits Ewpihe closed July 21, until Sept. 1. 



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Charles Krohman, who returned to New 
York last week, stated : 

"Ihirlng my absence I have made more pro* 
dnctlons at trie same time In London than all 
the lOngllsu managers put together. It was ■ 
Kit of work, but I enibyed ft. A oumber of 
the things I produced are still running, and 
will run for a long time there. And now 1 
start In for another six months in New York. 

"I bring Kllen Terry. Id January, for a 
farewell four months' tour of America. I 
have arranged with Bernard Shaw so that 
Miss Terry will appear here Id 'Captain 
II rasstMU nil's Conversion,' in the part she 
played In Ixjndoo, Lady Cecily Waynflet*. 
MIsm Terry will also play In 'Nance Oldfield' 
and 'The Uood Hope.' 

-About the same time will come Charles 
Wyndham and Mary .Moore and their London 
company, liesldes their repertory, they will 
produce 'Captain Drew on Leave.' 

"The Kmplre Theatre here will open Sept. 
3, with John Drew's annual engagement. In 
A. W. l'lnero's play, Ills House In Order,' 
which is going to run all Summer In London. 

"On Aug. 30 aa Interesting event will be 
my opening of the Hudson Theatre season 
with a new four act play, by Henry Arthur 
Jones, called The Hypocrite,' which will have 
lis first production on any stage. Mr. Jones 
Is also at work for me on a new comedy for 
Francis Wilson, which the latter will pro- 
duce after he finishes with "The Mountain 
Climber.' 

"The Savoy will open during the last week 
In August, with William Crane Id a play, in 
four acts, called The Price of Money.' by 
Alfred Sutro. A new play ls also being writ- 
ten for blm by Lorrlmer and Potter, entitled 
"Old (iorcoD Graham.' 

"1 shall open the tVallack's Theatre season 
on Sept. 1, with 'The Judge and the Jury,' In 
which Ida Conquest will play Maqulta. 

"I shall open the Garrlck Theatre with 
William Collier, in a new play by Grant 
Stuart and William Collier. If I find he can 
get back from Australia In time. 

"1 have also secured the next comedy to be 
written by J. M. Barrle. Augustus Thomas 
Is to have a new comedy for me in Septem- 
ber. I am to have George Ade's next play, 
and I have arranged for the production of 
'Sherlock Holmes,' in French, at the Amblgu 
Theatre. 

"Kyrle Dellew, Id whom I shall be inter- 
ested with Mr. Dillingham, will appear In 
Brigadier Gerard,' which 1 have secured from 
Conan Doyle. 

"Capt. Kolwrt Marshall's next play comes 
to me, and a comedy, called 'Dr. Wake's 
Patient,' will be produced by me during the 
season. Also a four act play, called The 
Harlequin King,' and a comedy, called 'Mar- 
jorie Strode.' A new comedy is being writ- 
ten for me by Alfred Butro. The -De Mllle 
Brothers also are writing a new comedy for 
me. Hroadhurst and Dazey are writing a new 
comedy for me, and with Fay Davis I produce 
•The House of Mirth,' by Clyde Fitch and 
l-Mitl. Wharton. Clyde Fitch has finished a new 
txrmedy, In four acts, for me, which 1 produce 
In October, In Cleveland, with Clara Blood- 
guod In the leading part, and I have the 
comedy called Trlplepetle,' that nas been 
running two hundred nights, at the Athenea 
Theatre, Paris : 1 also have a comedy from 
the French, called 'Lee Plumes du treat;' a 
new play by Alfred Capos, called 'Qui perd 
gagne,' and a new play by Henry Bernstein, 
called 'Les Fauves. with a big female part, 
to- be created In Paris by Mine. le Bargy ; 
also a new farce, called The Brazilian,' and 
a pantomime, called "iue Scapegrace.' 

"I am a'ao arranging for the appearance. 
In England and America, of Yvette Gullberf, 
lo play In Kngllsh. She will have a dra- 
matized version of George Moore's 'Esther 
Waters,' and a play by Paul Lfndau. Mme. 
Gullbert will produce a new play in Brussels, 
called 'L'Bau Trouble,' Id September. 

"Maude Adams, after a two months' Btay 
In Boston, with 'Peter Pan,' returns to New 
York in that play. 

"Ethel Berry-more will begin her tour in 
'Alice Sit-by-the-FIre,* and returns to New 
York In a new play, by It. V. Esmond. 

"William Gillette will appear in New York 
In October, In 'Clarice,' and I am to have a 
new comedy by George Ade, whose comedy, 
'Just Out of College,' 1 shall continue to pre- 
sent, with Joseph Wheelock Jr. 

■Otis Skinner will continue to tour In The 
Duel,' and come to New York, In the Spring, 
In a new play. 1 am to have new plays by 
Henri Lavedan, author of The Duel ;' Pierre 
Berton, Pierre Wolfe, Frederic de Crolsset, 
and Antnony Mars ; I shall also send a com* 
pany to Australia, to play 'Peter Pan.' I nave 
also the play called 'Cralnquevllle,' to be 
played at the Garrlck Theatre, London, under 
the name of 'Down Our Alley. 

"I am to have a new musical play for Sam 
Bernard ; also The Beauty of Bath,' which ls 
now running at my Aldwych Theatre, Lon- 
don, and I have arranged with Charles M. 8. 
McLellan to write me a musical comedy for 
New York and London, called 'Nellie Nell,' 
with the music by Ivan Caryl!, who has writ- 
ten most of the music of the London Gaiety 
Theatre, a new musical play, by Tristan 
Bernard and Cosmo Hamilton, called Tne 
Hoyden,' and a new musical play, by Sey- 
mour Hicks. I have also secured the musical 
comedy now running at the Apollo Theatre, 
London, called 'The Dairymaids,' and shall 
produce It In New York at once: a new mu- 
sical piny, by Paul Potter and Edgar Smith, 
called 'Our Girl,' and the Chinese musical 
play, called 'The Third Moon ;' also a new 
mualcnl play, by Harry Smith, the music of 
which will be by Ludwig Knglander. 

"Kdna May will remain in liondon another 
senson, and then come to New York. 

"Besides -these, I have the following stars 
for London : John Hare, Cyril Maude, Sey- 
mour HIckR, Marie Tempest, Ellallne Terriss, 
Irene Vanhrugh. Huntley Wright, and the 
theatres there In which I am interested: 
The Duke of York's, the Aldwvch Theatre, 
the VuudevlIIe Theatre, the Comedy Theatre, 
and the new theatre which is being built for 
me on Shaftesbury Avenue, after the design 
of the Kmplre Theatre, New York, which will 
be ready at Christmas, and for the opening 
of which 1 shall return to London. I have 
fifteen companies engaged to tour through 
England next season.' 7 

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SIM H. HAftRIS. 
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a theatrical manager, and has displayed 
great foresight In his selection of attractions. 
Several years ago he conducted a laundry In 
New Y'ork City, and first entered the the- 
atrical business In a small way by putting 
out little shows in nearbv New Jersey towns. 
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under Mr. Harris' clever handling is well 
known. Mr. Harris met Sam Scrllmer one 
day, and the latter had a proposition to put 
out a burlesque show, the Gay Morning 
Glories, with Terry McGovern as an added 
feature, nnd at the end of the first season 
the two managers divided about *r»o,000. A 
Inter partnership, arranged with Sullivan & 
Woods, brought nlm greater Buccesa. and the 
pmibnue of a ofay from Theodore Kresmcr, 
entitled "The Fatal Wedding." made a for- 
tune for the triumvirate, Three years ago 
he and George M. Cohan formed a partner- 
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CHAS. K HARRIS 



America's Leading and Most Progressive 




Takes pleasure In announcing that now is the time for Singers and Managers to prepare for the coming season, which 
from all indications points to the Banner Year of many years, and Singers as well as Theatrical Companies using the 
best and most novel songs are going to win out. The Public are fast becoming wise to a good song, and know and 
appreciate a hit the moment they hear it. The name of "HARRIS" upon any song is an indication of merit, 
novelty and strictest originality. It never fails to make good in each and every instance. Only the "tried' out" and 
genuine successes are put in print by the House of Harris. Life is too short for dead ones. You never take any 
chances with a Harris song, and especially with those as advertised upon this page. Eaoh and every one a novelty 
and a sure fire hit. 

SOMEWHERE 



Worda and Mmlc by (HAS. K. II tltltis. 

Pronounced by fa mom stagers and well known musical critics as Mr. HARRIS' maaterple ■<■— u nong taut will undoubtedly twerp Ihe country as no other ballad linn ever done I 
send for a professional copy, and convince yourself that you have never read a more beautiful heart story, wedded to more soul stirring melody, than this grnud ballad. Special atte 
special arrangement of the chorus has been made for their use, which la a beauty, and goes fr.^e with each copy of the wrag. Specially colored slides, for singers whu sing with 111 ta: 
staff of photographers and artists. You all know what the HARRIS slides are, so there Is no u»e of going Into detail, except to nay they will surpass any slides ever Unshed upon a < 
them In advance. Regular price, per set. Is $21.00 ; to professionals, fB.OO per set. NONE FREE. 



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DREAMING LOVE OF YOU 

Word* and Music by CHAS. K. HARRIS. 

Is conceded by all who have heard It, the most melodious piece of music lie has ever written. It will un- 
doubtedly ecllpBe aoy love ballad written this century. This song will live when all others are forgotten. |g 
makes do difference when you sin? It, or where you slog It — either In concert, vaudeville, minstrelsy, opera or 
musical comedy, at home, parlor or church affair — It Is bound to be a success. Beautiful colored slides for this 
song were specially posed by the HARRIS staff of photographers. Sold at $5.00 per set, NONE FREE. 



THE BELLE OF THE BALL 

Word* uml Mimic by f HAS. K. IIARHIS. 
A genuine waltz, ns only HARItis ran write. EwtvMur to hi* fnnums "After Nip Hall." and pronounced 
bv gingers who have heard it. ns Its fiiuul. This hour will surely tiiftki- you fnmoim In one night. Unci' heard, 
never forgoiten. and you will positively noon hear II whistled, sung, hummed mid played upon the streets of 

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FLY AWAY BIRDIE TO HEAVEN 

Words and Mn-ie by CHAS. K. HARRIS. 

The best pathetic child soDg story since HARRIS" famous "Always In the Way." A tear la every line. 
One of the most magnificent sets of colored slides, taken from actual life, -which contains among Its novelties 
e real sky scene, with a thousand birds on the wing — never attempted or shown before in a slide; beautiful 
angel visions, grand allegorical scenes — all la all. one of the most beautiful and original, as well as novel and 
artistic sets of colored slides ever turned out In this country. No trouble whatever to make a genuine hit, with 
or without slides. Price, $5.00 per set. NONE FREE. 



By AM.AX M, it A 1 "MIA V and ( XAftr.VCi: V u <.ll\\. 
The sensational march time, live song bit of the century. The only renl uum-li time hit turned out since 
"Marching Thro' (ieorgia." You can always lie sure of the entire audience Joining In the chorus— they JflM can't 
help It. It is bound to keep your feet moving. The inosl soul stirring music eyer put to a love hullud. If 
you sing with pictures, you con secure from .Mr. HAltltIS one of the Itcsl sets of soldier views— real live soldiers — 
ever turned out. Not men made up, but the real article. You can't fool your niidleures all the Htm 1 . They know 
a real soldier from a. sham one. Each slide receives an ovation, No iidvatu-u In price— |fi.u» per set. NONW FREH. 



JUST ONE WORD OF CONSOLATION 

By PRANK D. WII.MAMN mid TOM I.F.MOMKK. 

A love ballad that Is now sweeping this country like wildfire. You have but to sing this over uuee. and you cannot help become Infatuated with Its bennllfnl nielmlv, and esneel/illy Willi His grnnd heart story therein 
contained. A song of this calibre cannot help being a genuine success, and If you are looking for a straight, simple love bnllad, without any frills, look no furl her — Mils Is Hie renl article. Hemi fur It mid euiivlini* yourself. 
No slides. 

THE TALE OF A STROLL 

By GEO. TOTTKX SMITH and BYRD DOUGHERTY. 

■ One of the greatest production songs on the market to-day. Just what you will be looking for. A chorus 
which Is bo easily remembered that It Is whistled and sung by the audience while you are singing It. It can 
also be used as a conversation song and duet, or as a song ana dance number — in fact, It is the best all around 
song of Uh kind written in many years. Guaranteed a genuine and sure lire bit. 



IS EVERYBODY HAPPY? 



IJTINHST IIOGAVM IIImuc*! <!«n>n Nnritt Shout. 
A bit on the N. Y. Wlstnrlu Hoof (linden, a hit on the lliiuiinersiclii l'nnidlse Hoof finrileu, mid rt lilt with 
Hurtlg & Seamoa's big siiectuculur colored inimical proditrl luu, "Ill'M'S KAKTTrV' Nutv released. Get It 
before It Is sung to death. Anybody aud every body sun sing It, bPfHIW It is the one bhr rpm song of Amei'lcu 
<r and bigger each day. Jin wise and send for 



to-day, and Is growing bigger i 



I for li In time, 



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IN THE HOUSE OF HUGS AND KISSES 



By ARTHUR J. LAMII and Will, II. I'llW, 
America's most popular song and lyric writers. Authors and composers of more genuine song successes than anv oilier living team of composer 
Two." 1 guess that's enough. Send for It and convince yourself. 



This, their very Intest effort, Is tlio best they have done since "Hominy" and "I'lnilc for 



WON'T YOU BE MY GIRLIE? 

' By JOS. E. HOWARD, 

Composer of "Hello, Ma Ilahy." "Rood Bye. Mv Lady I/>ve," "Central,' (live Me Bark Mr Dime," and the music 
to the famous musical productions. "The Umpire." "Ills HlRbness, the Bey :" ••The l.;nd ot .Nod, "Toe Isle of 
lloog Houg," audtuenetv Chh-nKo production. "The Time, the l'luce and the tllrl — la fact, afi Is well known and 
conceded Tjy all, the beat nil around composer we have to-day In America, bar none. This book will equal, If not 
excel, any sone Mr. HOWARD has written In year,, k Is sweet and catchy, and easily memorized. Don't overlook 
It #hlle sending for Bongs on this page. It will he Just the song for your act. . 



MOTHER'S GOT THE HABIT NOW 

lly AHTIII!H GIMjKMI'IR 

The most unique and grrntest novelfy Hong ever written by nil Auu'i'lcnn crwn|ioner, now being rehearsed by 
more famous singing comedians than any oilier song of Its kind written In yeium. *< You Inure nil heard uml Ming 
the "Father" songs, now .slug HiIh great "Mother" wing, and you will Hud you are Ringing ii genuine KI> "K hit-- 
one that will never fall to*Kcore with any kind of an audience. The |yrh*H ni-i; clean mid rcllm-d, and I litre la a 
laugh In each and every line. A song tluit cnu be sung lu Ibo parlor and home uh well -a* num. the Kinge. Pro- 
fessional copies now ready. 



CANOEING IN THE PARK JUST "2" IN THE SHADE 



By the Famous (oiniioner, TAT HOOKEY. 

; This Is without doubt the sweetest, catchiest and most melodious waltz nong he has ever written. You have 
all sung hit "Trolley Hide" song, now sing this, his latest, and convince yourttelf. it Is better by a hundred 
per cent, than his other famous hit. Don it fall to send for a copy of this song. 



II> MUIIHIH «N,VI'*ll. 

The title teris the story. Walt until you hear the niiudi- nnd reiid thr lyric, mid you will be surprised. 
This song will also make u great production number, and can be used us u coiiverKalloii Hong, If so desired — In 
fact. In any way it Is bound to he a real genuine hit. 



MY LOVIIM' HENRY 

.,: ,. By W. II. FIUGDI.ANDKR nnd TERBV MtRHMAIf, 

•* Another coon shout that, for genuine coon humor, music and story. Is unexcelled. A laugh In every Hue. A knock upon wood, at the end of the chorus, never falls to get a round of applause, aud la a genuine novelty. 
This may be Just the song you want. 



AND 



Don't Forget the World Wide Hit, the Only Real, Genuine Novelty Song Success of the World, 

MOTHER PIN A ROSE ON ME 



By LEWIS, S< HINDI ,RR and ADAM*. 



You want to sing a song that the public want; you also want to slog a 



The one real, terrific song hit on the market to-day. A dozen extra verses, on live topics, have been added which will secure a dozen recalls. Yon want to 
■ ong that gets the applause. Well, here Is the applause getter. Grasp It while the opportunity Is ripe. Orchestrations free of charge. In any key, to suit the voice. 

If you are rehearsing In New York City, don't write for professional copies. Come up to the office, where competent planlsta and arrangers are always willing to tench you any song you desire to learn, us well as make 
yon an orchestration to suit your voice. The Rome applies to the Chicago office. Professional copies, containing both words and inuslc. complete, as well an orchestral Ions, furnished free or chargd to nay. professional through - 
out the United States but you must be a professional, otherwise your lexers will lecelve no reply. A programme must be enclosed. If you are known to the Iiouho of IIAIMMH, no programme Is necessary. Atnaieiira and own* 
professional can secure any of the above copies through tbelr local music dealer. If there Is no music store. In your city, send direct to the publisher, enclosing twenty-live cent* (|.!!.i> for full plnuo copy, 



'. Adores* »ll am nut. Italians to ihr main office. 






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■Mits. B. II., Jacksonville, , r . 

A. J., Erie, 
"Anxious," Philadelphia, 



ou* ■i.Ha,'.' .will l* rlren.to open, lba Wmm 
hiker for. the new Maaoa ol, lltWftl, irfiiu 
tile otber, at preaent without a name, will 
Inaugurate the new fieasrm at the Urand 
Opera IloiiRe. Anotlier fthuw ik-w to - tXhl* 
cago, "The VanderWIt Cup." wkii Kluie .fania 
aa the alar, will follow "Koriy-Uve Minutes 
from II road way,",- at the Colonial.. The hold- 
over attractlQOt nre ; Jlie Laml-ot Noil," at 
the rhiiHg"' ojKTft idin-f ; "llrowa: of liar 
vard," ilorrick: "iAnn nml tlietAfiruae." I ill* 
mil-; 'Told In. tin; .llliu." at Po«ecfl' r and 
"Meilford a llope," ftt nc (Jreat Hort-herfi,'- 

Ii.i.in.iis Tiiratiik (WIN J. iMvh, ninna- 
gei7),r-*"J'lie Ulon and Hie Heme" . be«lnH 
NiiDday nlulit, if!*, the Insi lly«' weeka of Jih 
'■njjiiKfjLii'lii. Aut;, "i will murk Hie one liutj- 
dr*,iL and thirtieth Derformfince^of , this re- 
ninrkably FuicceHMful play In Chicago. 

J'oWr-.its' TtllUTitR (Htiity \l. Powers, man- 
nirer). — "Told In the Hills" begins: ItK alxth 
week at'this hqupe Kunday, 21'. - >■ p 

^Colonial Thrathb' (tirorge W. I,e»fcrer, 
manager).— ''The Vauderbilt.Cgp," with Mlsle 
Janlp, will play- at this hoUBe for aevpft weeks, 
cphimencint; Sunday, 2\). In the star'H sup- 
port will kV found Otis Harlan, ileurr. V. 
I)pD nelly, Jacquea Kruaer, b\ Newton Undo, 
Hatry jeBsiifj, .Arthur Stanford, Chaftes Dow 
Clfttk/ Dlsticne Cbtrbinan. Orace Orlawoid, 
Bdltb Decker and Ella llatton. "Korty-flTe 
Mlnutea from Broadway," which has had a 
longer run In Chicago toan any comedy. aeen 
here In years, closed Saturday, 28. The mem- 
bera of this Cohan combination wilt rest, for 
four week n, and start their rec^jlac^ieaaon 
about Hept. 1. ... . , ., - * .,. 

TiJEilirE; Theater ^Herbert C. Duce, noari- 
agsc). — Henfy Woodruff End his good aup- 

Sirting caBt. -continue ■ .to play ''worm of 
arvard." The play will leave Aug. IS, and 
the house will close end go Into the hands of 
the painters and decorators. "The Shulam- 
Ita" Will be the attraction for the opening 
otrne regular season...- .. _:•. 

8Tnr>RRAi£RD' Tiiratsk (R.-R Hanneyer, 
mnnflger).— William Norrls, In Ittcbard Tul- 
I v's farce, "A Strenuous Life, apeon 80. 
The supporting company Includes 1 Jessie 
BUsley, Mrs. Annie Yeamans, Violet ,Dale, 
Lillian A-lbertaoo, C'barlotte... Dan d ridge, 
Stephen -(jrattan, Hugo iTo/land, Percy lien- 
kins, Scott Cooper, Hrlghatn ItojL-e. fclarmon 
McGregor, • -Kr Forest Doolittla,^JacEioii Car- 
lyale, and Wilson AlcCormick, .. ,, < 
,.,Ohicaoo Opera IIoiibk (iyman «.. Glover, 
inauagcr. fpi.Kohl & Coatle).— "The Land of 
Nod" continues to do enormous business. 
The, play furfllshes a big measure of .enter* 
tainmen't, and many local favorites are in 
the cast, among whom are: Mabel Barrlaon, 
KDox WilBon, and many otbera. 

Grand OfbraIIousr( Harry Askln, manager). 
— Tbls home wUI open L for the regular seaeon 
Monday night, 30, with ths first , perform- 
ance on any.Btoee of a new ploy by Margaret 
Merrlngton, with a cast headed : by-Charles 
fllchman, Robert T. Haines and Sarah Truax- 
The play U at present without a- name, the 
title, ."The Daughters of Man," bavins- been 
abandoned. Manager Will J. Block will pro- 
duce the. play without, a. title, and ask tbe 
rlrat night audience -to give Jt a name. .Each 
member of the audience will be Invited .to de- 
cide which. lR-the moat appropriate. . The per ■ 
son suggeatlng the winning title will be given 
one hundred dollars. 

< Jurat N'ortmebn Theater . (Fred C. 
Kberts, manager). — "Bedford's Hope", con- 
tinues, to create much excitement with its 
thrilling race between an automobile and a 
train. . ,<• -»« • - .-,- 

Majebtic Theatdh (William Newklrk, 
manager). — Ruth White will make ber ap- 
pearance In ber dew ,vaudevllte sketch Moo- 
day. 410. She. baa Eight Kangaroo Girls. 
The bill also Includes : Al. H Weston and 
company. Junle McCree- and company, Lil- 
lian Apell and Francis Byrne, Sam Watson's 
Uarbyaxd Circus, the Three LeJgboons, the 
Bowery. Neweboys'i Four,- Byroa and Lanz- 
— -. Budd 
rm Mc- 
Roble. 



moit Eucceaahii '. the orchestra bi». *Ter 
played. On Thursdav evening the Rivena- 
wOod Mii«lcRl ; Club of seventy-five will (fag 
with .tho orrheatra- Friday evening wftt. b* 
the -Jeki Wagner night. Sunday. An-. & 
the fanweH 'ooacert will be given, and. an 
the fallowing .day Theodore Thomaa" Ortbpa- 
ira, w{th Frederick Stock aa director, wIU 
begin a four weeks' engagement. ; ■ 

Olajlk STitnirr- Sii:sFi-jT (Ix>lu>(-&1- Hedges, 
musger).— Chief 4'rnlrle Dog and bis s<juaw 
will give a lurlat (browing exhibition week 
of ,10. Irving and Sinter, the Wilson <inar- 
tette.-Verhelli', Florence, Pierre, Woodson SI* 
Urn. anil Clnje He Wolt and SJahoney will 
also take part, 

Loxrox Dime Miirkuu (William Sweeney, 
manngeri.-rCurUj balP attractions (or week 
«f ,ltj. ..in- : >;d,„ Clifford, band bnlao<:er ; 
MHdle'.Hlli, rope, walker;, -the, Indian Village, 
.NewieVbrk Dutch, tiittoottr,, and.Stiale Car- 
ItcJIo.. In Iho.UlfRtr* will be seen: Pimllrte 
l.Qi-onita. Mjiv M,ixellP, Beatrice ■diiiirtey and 
the .Mldwiy iiiMii'iTs, .. .. . 

Apteumatm. ~* LlaiJe .McKeerer scored. a 



big bit at the Olympic Theatre last week. 

Hhe received five and six, encores eYery-per- 
formnnce, and Ik booked at tbe Majestic Tj* 1 - 



CUNKTANT RKADEB, 

X. V, /'■• Phtpnlx, and 
A'.B. B„ Washington. - 




. B B.. WaablngtOD. — See answer to C. K. 
F-. hIiovc. 

Mihe H. W., Mulvane. — Advertise your 
wants Id The Clipfbb. . -... p .. 

Ueb. B, B. D» L,, Aberdeen.— No, there 
has been uo divorce, nor, so far as we know, 
evoa n separation. . ■ ,.■ ,-u*-- . ,'.- .-v 

J. T. .BAnripx^-Andrew Downle can be Rd- 
dreaaed at Medina, N. Y. i 

J. L. If., North Yakima.— The party you 
mention Is of Irish extraction. 

11. n.. Fort Atkinson. — Address A. W. 
Dingwiill, Broadway Theatre, New York City. 

J. r. K„ Tate well. —Prince Albert coat 
an(l dark gray trousers In the afternoon, full 
druea at mghL : .. . : i. .. , *■ -i 

U, r,,, St. Paul. — Addxeas the equestrian 
dlroctor of- any of the leading circuses. 

Jtfr.H, A. R. D„ Allcghoov.— Addcega .the 
Enterprise Music Supply Co., 40 West 
Twenty-eighth Street, N«w York City. 

A. M„ Chlcopee nuL-— L Cab n Oulde, 
Empire Heatre Building, New York City, 2. 
The cnstomti Authorities are the proper onea 
tv anmver, your ojae,r.y. . ' 

J. B. P.-b., Genera.— -Watch our route list 
eucb week, or address party, In care of this 
office, and we will advertise the letter In The 
Ci.iri'Kn letter list, 

W. H. M„ Pottato,wn.— We publish a Hat 
of vaudeville theatres In The Little Red 
fivvk. which we will. furntBb upon appllca- 
tion.. .: . - - ■ ': •." 

W. J. C.. New York.— Address party In 
care of the Players' club. New York City. 

A. 11. T., Cleveland.— Address, tbe Sellg 
Pnly scope Co., 411 Peck, Court,. Chicago, 

S. R., Lowell. — Address the North Penn 
Iron Co., North Pcnn Junction, Philadelphia, 
rn. 

CARDS, 

R 8. M., Charlotte.— No player Is per- 
mitted to accept a card exposed on the draw. 
The dealer must take such card and place It 
at the bottom of tbe deck, and serve the 

Slayer with another card off tbe top of tbe 
eck before serving the next player with 
capdB. . • '-. _ir ■ ; . * \ v. 

J. E. McQ., Worceater.— As the player 
broke tbe pot without proper openers, he 
must withdraw from the pot, and tbe player 
who stayed with blra wins. 

J. W. C, Red Bank.— Yea, he can deal 
blniRelf.nve card a on tbe draw. 

T'. II, B., Bos ton.— A wins. 

D.V. WcG.» Waterbury. — A Is only obliged 
to make the number of points be refuses. 

MISPELLANEOl*. ' 

"Buck and Tan," Troy. — At any dealer 
ludogs. 

Tiuwic. — We have no knowledge of the 

relative merlta of the institutions you men- 
tion. • 

WEST YIRGIlflA. 



Wheellstay.— At Wheeling Part (Geo. A. 
Mclaughlin, general manager) the bill for 
v-*elt of nor 22 gave aatlafactlon. to good 
returns. Barlow's Minstrels week of 2d. . , 

Conet Island Pabk (II. W. Rogers, mana- 
e.-i ■!.— .Morln's Fn>nch Military Band .cloned 
Us engagement 20. Week of 20 dtirfc, 

Xotk. — Morln's' French Military Band will 

•"+t*'*»4w.,r*.wtM*vte -Jiand?w ./**.-^k*l-T...*K» 

benefit- SecretEry Geo.' Jlook, of the West 

Virginia state Fair Association, has kindly 

donated the grounds. 



don, George A. Beane and company 
Bros., Georgia Charters Lewis, and +" 
"Orbie. ■ - *- i. ■.. •» -■*■ '.< ia-- c 

OLvktic Tiikathe (Abe.. Jacobs, manager 
for Kohl & Castle).— William Rock, Grace 
McArty,.and tbe Eight. .Lotus Girls will.be 
the .feature of the bill - here week of 3a 
others: .Dave Lewis, SteinErretto Family, 
Martini and Mllllaa, Rlalto Comedy Four, 
Foster and Foster. Cameron and Fiannagan. 
John A. .West,. Carl McCullough, Kdwards 
|Qd Gleriwood. Dan and Bessie Kelly, Neola 
and Maud Delmar. ..,-: 

t Bijou Theub* (William Roche, msna- 
ger). — "The Land o' Cotton" la the bill 
Tor week of 2fV. Last week, '"The Little 
Mother'' ployed to good houses. "Under Two 
Flags/'.Aug. 4. . . ; -, ■ ■ - .- 

AlhAmbra Thkathk (James II. Brown, 
manager). — "Unda.Josh Spruceby."..opena 
here for week commencing Sunday afternoon. 
Jvly 20. The company Includes lionise, Da 
Varney. 'The Fast Mall" did well last-week. 
"The Cowboy Girl" Aug. 4 and week;.. t. 

Folly Theater (John B. Fennessey, man- 
ager).— f-Heglnnlng with tbe Sunday matinee 
a company, knowa aa "Our Daisies," will 
open an engagement In burlesque. On Sun- 
day, evening, -Aug. n,..thla bouse will close, 
to remain dRrk until IS. Last week. "Stolen 
Sweets'' was presented and did .well; 
■ TafK'AbKHo Thratre ( I. M. ■ WelngarteD, 
manager); — The- Trooa.de ro Stock Co., headed 
by Nat Fields, will present a new oftcrlng 
next week. "Fiddle. Dum." At an. extra at- 
traction the management has secured -'.Abe 
At tell, the welLkuown puglllat. and Freddie 
Gtlmore. mi amateur featherweight of the 
West, who will ;box three rounds -.at every 

Sirformnnce. lARt week's bill was-the Pansy 
tossoma, .-- ^.. ., 

..Wihm.City (Paul D„ Howf-e, manager).— 
The eleventh week of the seaBon ui tbis park 
will see a number of new, attractions.. The 
Kilties Baud, said to be the beat Canadian 
organization, will be- flin Important drawing 
card, as well as Jewell's manikins and Big 
Otto's wild nnlmal show. The Kilties will 
give their, initial performatjcei Sunday- after- 
noon.. 20, This band has forty-five musicians,, 
besides a choir- of sixteen. The circus ring In 
the Plata offers a popular attraction In the 
presence of the Nelson -f am I It of -acrobats. 

1UVEEV1GW Park (William M. Johnson, 
manager), — There .is no chance of getting 
lonesome at this park. The resort Is crowded 
all the time. The Igorrotes aecm more In- 
teresting than ever, and the chutes, scenic 
railway, etc., ,i\re heavily, laden with pas- 
aengartv Hohlltonyrs Hungarian Band comes 
here Sunday, 20, for two weeks. It. e most 
Important announcement, however, la the en- 

ragemtnt of Pain's "Lest Days of Pompeii," 
or a 1 run. beginning Sunday,. 21). ra 

Sanb Souci Park (Leonard Wolf, mana- 
ger).— Two of the residents of Mldgcltand, 
at this park, have become engaged, and an- 
nounce their Intention of being married. In 
public. It Is planned to celebrate the- event 
soon. An Irish Village will soon be located 
In tbe space formerly occupied' by the Igor 
rotes. There' wilt be exhibitions of lace 
maklngi bagpipe .ploying, Jig- dancing and 
boxing. .. • . i ..■ . . . ■» 

. Chutes.— An elaborate musical programme 
Will be rendeied week of 2f>, Including three 
solos by Signer Cercone, whose cornet play- 
ing baa created a sensation, and solos, duos 
and trios by other players, .The electric the- 
atre offers colored .views of Russian towns. 
Motion pictures of ballets, spectacles and 
naval Junnnpuvros- will also be. given, ■ Illus- 
trnted songs And vaudeville comtHPte the bill. 

- M VX , n\^ttK. i J«. J . -Mb rt»5c\- ma.sajifirj . 
«•- Walter Damrosch- end the-Neir -York sym- • 
phony Orchestra rvill remain only one more 
weet, Tho eng igtmenc his been one of the 



atre ■ . woek after next i. .... ..Hprague end 

Mack scored a hit at the Folly week of July 
IfS.,. . . . ,'ai'orga ' Kersnnda' Minstrel Co, will 

open Itn regutiir sposon Aug. 0, at Hommnnil, 

Ind The Grand Theatre, at Joilet, 111,, 

trllL open tbciseason Aug, 27. .THila., house 
has Iwen .entirely redecorated, new scenery 
Installed apa for the coming season will bare 

a seven piece orchestra W, B. Jones, 

Of '-•TlLfl.iaand.of Nod" Co., and Helen Walsh, 
of •'The Tenderfoot" Co.. were msrrledJune 

10 In this city Edward C. Haymao, of 

the Western Vaudeville Association, bas been 
in y,'inQip*?g 1 .Can., tbe. past .week, In charge 
of a show there fur the Winnipeg Industrial 
Fair. .The bill Mr. Uayman arranged in- 
cluded: Kaufman Troupe,, Patty; Bros., Ma- 
suajEpd Mazotte, Dixon Bros., and Haveman'fl 

animal" The,- Gloekers were Clipper 

Bureau callers Tuesday,- 24. They have en- 
KJtttf. a mo.Ht proaperous vaudeville and bur- 
lesque season, and. will probably take out 
their- own show next season ... .Altle Newell 
and Pearl Sherwood have signed with "The 
Vanderbllt Cup," which opens at the Colonial 

Theatre, this city, Sunday. 29 James 

H. Manning, of "Forty-five Minutes from 
Broadway" Co., will close bis residence here 
this -evening, when be leaves for a vacation 
of four weeks at. Hot Springs, .Ark. Mr. 
Manning 3s the owner of, tbe yacht, "Never- 
lose," In which he enjoyed severe, sails -on 
Lake Michigan since May 1.",. .... .Charles 

Ulrlch's nbiyiet, • "When -Justice in jjone," 
with Charles W. Hitchcock and Florence I. 
Mills In the four roles to be portrayed, will 
be seen for a .".work out" week of July 29, 
at the Bijou Theatre, w mte.Clty. . 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Phiiudeipbin— With tbe awarding of a 
contract last week, to the Thompsou-Starrett 



Cb„ ; for the construction of .the Adpipbla 
Theatre, which will adjoin.. -the Lyrfc. at 
Broad and Cherry Streets, assures nils city 
by next year of three new places of. amuse* 
fflent,. The others are the Edwin 'Forrest, 
to be built at Broad and Walnut Streets, for 
Nixon & Zimmerman, and the Win. Penn 
Theatre, at Lancaster and Falrmount Ave- 
nues,, for G. A.: Wegefartb, manager of the 
Grand Opera House. Work on the latter 
house has already- been begun, and -It la ex- 
pected to break, ground. '.for tbe other two 
within a few weeks. The Adelpbla will be 
&-/ duplicate. Ja archltc.turai appearance, of 
the Lyric, with the exception that It will be 
somewhat smaller, the- Beating capacity being 
about 1,500. : No- announcement has been 
made &b to<who> will manage the house, but 
It, Is fair to assume that It will be under the 
direction of tbe Shuberts, who win utilize 
the smaller house for dramatic shows, and 
the Lyric for the large musical plays. 

Kcith-h ■ (II. -T. Jordan, manager).— Wal- 
ter Jones and Mnbel Hire, John D. Gilbert 
and Merrl Osborne furnished the feature acts 
Week or July 30. Others are: E. R. Phelps 
End company,. Coakley and McBrlda, the 
Willlams*and Walker Glee Club, Selblnl and 
Grovlnl, 8aona, Frederick, the Three Mad- 
caps. Doherty'e trained- poodles, .the Four 
Bards, and the klnetograph. Business, last 

• Buoir (G. W. Rife, manager).— The stock 
burlesque company continues. As a feature 
for week of July 30 will.- be Sam Berger, the 

RugHlBt, in addition to Meeker and. Jordan, 
ell It and Morgan, Tom Thorpe, theTronerts, 

onjLKdpa. DavenporL „. ±*t -„. ; : .. ,>m. 

LvcKiii i.T. G. Jermon, manager). — The 
stock burlesque-. company continues to make 
good, to cooa sized bouses. For week of 30, 
"The Two Senators" and "Married Masher." 
Tbe olio Includes :^ Casper and Clarke. Helston 
abd Hood, CaU Sisters. Fannie Bverett Mary* 
land Tyson, and John Conley. 

Wili^ow Grovb Park (F. H. Lincoln, mari- 
ager i.— Victor Herbert and his- floe band of 
musicians are drawing thousands. dally, Her- 
bert's own compositions being a feature. The 
amusement .features are. having big patron- 
nge.' . t • . .. ■ c ..-. ,. - -. - -t- 
. liWoODsiDE Park. — Gattl'sBand continue*. 
in. the theatre free showa are being furnished 
by KJtauura'a Japanese Troupe. - -.--.<, 

■Whitr-City (H. M. Anchy, managar). — 
Lamblase's Royal Venetian Band Is still a 
popular feature. , ,. 

..WASmWaTOX Park (W. J. Thompson, man- 
tiger I..- — The .Roman. Imperial Band and a 
quartette.' furnishing grand opera aelectlons, 
are attractive, features... All the boardwalk 
Attractions are doing -.fine business. 

Noteb.— -The Grand Opera House reopens 

Aug. -6, with Gorman's Minstrels! Jaa 

Barber has been engaged for -heavies with 
Uie-Forcpnugh j Stock-. next season... .Manager 
Is, Kaufman, of llio Ciranl. is summering at 
Point Tleasiint. K. -J. Davy Smith,, of. the 
same house, has returned from an .extensive 
Western tour. .. .-Carl Itrlckert will be load- 
ing man, and Peter Craig will enact comedy 
roles wlth-tlie Standard Stock next season.- g 

IMttxIturc — The Nixon cloaed Its doors 
Saturday, July 28, and will undergo a gen- 
eral overhauling. The Nixon Theatre Co. 
presented "The Bohemian. Girl*.* -and "The 
Chime? of Normandy" last week/ and gave a 
very good entertainment. -:l .. - . 

: GuA s n ( Hnrry : Davl s, . manager) .—-.This 
week's bill includes: Glrard and Gardner, 
Roaalre and Doreto, Doty and Cce, Laura Mil- 
<ar. Four Rlanos. Chaa. LlttleSeM, Lo Roy 
and Woodford. Curtis and Adams, 1 Cook and 
Sylvia, Blniiuhe Everett. Barr and Evans, 
James Ln Rex mid cltjemaugr^h. 

Bijoc.(R. M. Gullck A Co.. managers).— 
This theatre .opened its regular, season 28, 
to, a packed house. The opening attraction 
was Spencer A Aborn'a powerful story of 
everyday life, "At the;. World's Mercy," and 
was very much to the liking of the natrons-. 
The bouse has undergone some repairs, and 
makes a very natty- appearance, "Secret 
Service 8am" nest week... 

Acapemy d> Music (II. W. Williams Jr.. 
manager. — r Williams' Ideal Extravaganza 
Co., a most popular burlesque company, 
opened, to a packed -houae Saturday night. 
28.. and gave a good ahow. A comedy, of 
hilarious happenings, written by Alf. Grant, 
bad a very capable, cast engaged to interpret 
It. among whom may be mentioned: Frank 
O'Brien and Clayton Frye, two up-to-date 
comedians: Kathrlne Klare, a clever singer; 
MlHsea Hilton mid ZelT, two clever soubrettea: 
AH pnd Peyser,, clever acrobatic comedians: 
Mabel .tonuson, and the International Trio. 
in a i novel and unique musical 'act.-. •-Wil- 
liams' Imperials next week.. 

■m.ANRT'R New EuriRR'TiiKATEf:. former- 
ly the Empire, under management of R. J. 
McCullough. will open Its season Aug.. i. 
with Beatrice Vance, in a musical comedv. 
"The Queen of the Circus." The house suit 



fk 'cotabosed of: N. C Wkintf, manager : 
CHarles Joseph, advertUlbg igettt; Charles 
Colly, assistant ; '■Dusty" nhoadetv., Louis 
HUaer and Charlie Moonet, bill. posters. 
Tbe bouse has been repainted And. decorated, 
and is In tip top condition., . ,.pv ■ . 

i it'NA Park.— The open-air attractions thla 
week are the Navasaara, female military 
band, composed of titty, women. anoV.Iobp- 
stone, the 'cyclist; In the Casino: JtetUna 
abd Brockway, Bon JiwaE, "thfe Man fj-croi 
Nowhere;" Bert Wlggln, andl*eana Carleton 
and Frank, Dunn., 

Dheam C«y. — This week's programme In- 
cludes DareDevlj Dash, high diving 'cyclist ; 
the Bottomly Troupe of acrobatK, and Mys- 
terious India. Abrassla and bis Italian band 
•re furnishing, the .music, thjs week. The 
usual large crowds are In attendance. ■-■ 
■ <Krni(kwooi\— Sunday, and all uweek. Nl- 
rellA's , Bund, ,..stiil pfaylng to delighted 
crowds:- 1 JkVestern train hold up. .band of 
Sioux Indians, and other new features. 
• Sun iir.iiN. — f*ii.i.liiy. IJnicunile'H Plttshurg 
Band, and all week. -Hnnloy> Musical Com- 
edy, "Two- Jolty Companions." 

OiKWQo'n. — Hiibibiy,, Mayer's Hand, snd all 
week: l.lbbey and Trayer. Kiltie Trio, Ell- 
wood Co., and Evan Evans. - ,. „ ■ , ■• 

CaliIoun. — Sunday, Hilly Johnson, late of 
Cote nnd Johnson, ami l,Ia> Creole Belles,. In 
musical comedy, •- : ■ *' j. ,:-^'.. 

Wkht Vikw Park. — Sunday and week. 
Itopereto and -his Concert Band. This park 
has grown to be quite popular, and Is being 
largely pn^tpnlzcd. , It u .one of the most 
natural parks In. the vicinity of Pittsburg, 
and also affords a beautiful street car ride. 

,-..-. t a • ■ ' ■» ■ -——..i- ^n-' 

Altoona. — At Lakemont Park (O. C. Hart- 
lev, mannger), with the man; outside attract- 
ionti. week .of July 23, tbe. Locomotive Fngl- 
neers* picnic and church reunion, the crowds 
were, Immense, and the theatre was generally 
crowded. .Cherry and Batea,, la tbeJr, cptglc 
bicycle acty ud Princess ColDcullIa and Ed. 
NewelU werVtbe promlheEd reitures of the 
weak, and deserve special mefitjpn- Booked 
week of 80 : .Bartlett.BEd, Collins, Polk, and 
Polk, John and Mamie Coriroy, Joe A. Hard- 
man, Tppa and Topay, and Chester Blodget 
Jobostone, trick 'cyclist, as tbe outdoor at-. 
traction. ■ * ■ 

.notes. — Manager Mlshler and Mrs, Mlsti- 
ler returned from tbelr Summer vacation to 
Mount Clemens, and Aleandrla Bay, Thou- 
sand-Islands, 17 The Miahler Theatre 

will open the season Aug. 13 Guy H. 

Burley, assistant manager of the Mlshler 
Theatre and -Eleventh Avenue Opera House, 
was married to Miss Schroyer, of HalUdays- 
burg, July- 10. ■-..* ...... ',-* '.. . ; 

.■■- — -■ • ■' ■ ■ i- -',..'* 

York.— At the Highiacd Park Theatre, 
the Highland Park Stock Co. Is still doing 
a vary large, business.. Last week "The 
Bachelor and the Maid" .was given. ■. .... 

N6TE3.-^-Herbert Gillespie, who, was spend- 
ing his abort vexation- la thla city, baa left 
for New York, for rehearsals 'of tbe Klrke- 
Brown Co.,- of which he has been a member 

for the pest few. years The members 

of- the Highland park Slock Co. have organ. 
lied a baseball club, .known as the Highland 
Park -Thespians, and have arranged a series 
Of- games -With, a local.- club known- as Kline's 
Artillerymen. Two games were played last 
week, the actors winning one and losing one, 
... ■ ii . ,,,.■■ 

Lancaster. — At the Roof Garden (Cbas. 
M. Howell, maaager) the current attractions 
include .rMytiterioijH HUa, Todd-Judge Family, 
Fields and Woole/, .Reiff Brothers, the Simp- 
sons, Herbert, aha moving pictures. ..." r 

Rocky Springs Theatre.— *the Metropoli- 
tan-Stock Co., In "Who Is Tompkins r July 
30-Aug. 1 ; "Tbe Arabian -Nlgbts''. 2-4-- ■ ,- 

.Vow.— Pawnee Bill's Wild West will. ex- 
hibit, at McGraon's Park 7. 

;--a»i | , a. a> ■ — _y 

. Harrlaburar.— At PaxtaDg Park (Felix 
M. Davis, manager) week of July 30; Adele 
Purvis Onrl, Burkhart and Berry. Harry 
Tuuda, Hubert pe Veau, and Major Sisters. 
< Notlb.— Pawnee Bill's Wild West Show 
will. be here for one day only, Aug. 6, Instead 

of two Frank D. Berst, musical director 

with the Sun Brothers Circus, will lead the 
band/with the SI Holler Co.. featuring Sam 
Burton and Maud Sutton, at tbe dose of the 
present season- . =— • 

g, .>„ ■ . " t ■— ■ ■ .. 
Will Urn sport. —At the Vallamont Park 
Pavilion, Vallamont Stock Co. did immense 
business with '.'Dora Thorne" July 23-25, 
"The -Brixton Burglary" 2&-2S," "Carmen'' 30- 
Aufc 1, "A. Daughter's Sacrifice" 2-4, "A 
Night at the -Play" 0-8,- 
-.Noies.— Charlotte- Dean .will finish tbe sea- 
son bb leading lady, to take the place of 
Carol Ardent,,... Work has begun on the 
new Vaudeville Theatre. Jfred M. Lamade, 
owner.- It will be ready 'for .occupancy by 
Nov. 15. Seating capacity, 1,200. ■ Z 
• ■ ■■ . — ■ 3 

Ennton.— At Island Park Casino (D, B. 
Se L GuIne, monagerj, last week'B entertoln- 
fnent, Including- Browning .and. Beotley, 
Geo.. P. Watson. and Florence Little, Charles 
Kenna, "The Fakir," and Bryant and Savllle, 
was one of the best of the .season,, the crowds 

Sejng enormous... BUI for- the current week 
icludes ; Frank Cusbmqn, Wat Wheeler, and 
other high class vaudeville specialties. - 
.'■■- ;: 'r. .. ' *+« ". *" : - "'' 

BIA8SACHU SETTS. 



Beaton — The. Grand Opera House will be 

the first of the closed bouses to reopen, com- 
mencing Saturday evening, .Aug. .4, with 
"Bertha, the .Sewing Machine UlrL'/ The 
new stock bills for this- weet are: "A Scrap 
of, .Paper,", at the QUbthSfc Pirates of 
Penzance," at the Castle Square, and "Tbe 
Minister's Daughter." at the Bowdoiu Square. 
Harry Bulger, la' "The Man from Now, con- 
tinues lu b'a tenth week at tbe, Fremont. 
At Keith's, the Palace and the Summer parks 
the usual, weekly -change U made.' --During 
the past week business was satisfactory. 

Tmrmont (Jno. B. Bcboeitel, manager). — 
Harry Bulger. In "The Man from New," 
starts t:noa the tenth week of bis highly 
successful Summer engajjemeat July 30, be- 
ing booked, -until the- matter - part of August. 

.Glorfj. (Stnlr A Wilbur, managers).. — LII- 
Mnn Itawrence opens her engagement aa' lead- 
ing lady of the John Craig Stock Co. -30, 
In.-f A, Scrap of- Paper." -She succeeds Mary 
ioung,- who. jtokea. a much Deeded rest, 
"Prince J£arl" served to attract excellent 
slxed audiences last week. "The New Matt- 
dalen" next. 

■ Castle Bouark (Boaton Stage Society man- 
agers). — The Summer stock opera company, 
under direction of W, C. Masson, has become 
very nopaltuhere. nnd, good business promises 
to rule during tho remaining 'our weeks. 
"The Pirates of .Peniance" Is the- current 
card, as a successor to "Faust," which was 
finely precentcd last week. For next week. 
"Martha. ., , 

.BowDpiu SquAbk (G. E. Irf>thcop. mana- 
ger*.— The Lothrop Stock Co. this week In 
"The Minister's Daughter." The annual bene- 
fit of Stage Director Jay Hunt will be held 
Aug: 3. The bill .will Include acts from 
r< »jr p lay)*, and n Btar vaudeville olio. Large, 
appreciative and very demonstrative audi- 
tucee viewed last week's, performances, of 
, Adrift. In the World. ; In rehearsal. "The 
Gambler's. Daughter." 

Grand Opera House (Geo. w, Magee, man- 
nger):- 1 — The twentieth regular season of this 
house will open 4. with "Bertha, the Sewing 
Machine Girl." The house baa been tbor- 
ouchly renovated and made to look like new. 

Keith's J B. F- Keith, manager).— Bill 
this week: Harry Davenport, George B. Reno 
'I roup*. Happo Sinters. Sidf Alfar&bl, BuSt 
Fon and Merlon, Flo Adler. Jeans' Af.Ielle 
and. her ."Inkey Dinks." ".Chalk" Saunders, 
-Garea^ami Nelson. Henry- and Francis, Mar- 
ion and- Deane, Jordan and Harvey. Mvers 
End Rosa, the Fadettea Wamana' Orchestra, 



BOYS mm* ECZEMA. 

Nilh and »r«. CmM wtett CruatV- 
Handa Plwaed Vmrnm-VUwrnt- 
-'■. bIMeSMbw bp-Cwllewra. 

"Whfen m/ little boy^wifi six ^Months old 
he had eczema. The sores extended so 
quickly over the whole body that we at 
orice ciUerdTrf the doctor; We then went to 
another doctor, bat he could not helpiiim, 
arid in our despair we went to a third one' 
Matters became so bad that he had regular- 
holes in his cheeks, large enough to put a 
finger into. The food had to be given with 
a spoon, for his mouth was covered with 
crusts as thick as a finger, and whenever he 
opened the mouth they began to bleed and 
suppurate, as did also his eyes. Hands 
arms, chest and back, In short, the whole 
body, was covered over and over. We 
had -no real by cfay of bight. -Whenever he 
was laid in his bed we had to pin his hands 
dowht .otherwise Ke would scratch his face, 
and make , an open sore, I think his face 
must have itched most fearfully. 

»tWe finally thought nothing .could help, 
atidl had'raade' iip my mind to send rriy 
wifc-with the child to Europe, hoping that 
the sea air might cure him, otherwise he 
was to be fiit under good medical; care 
there.' But, Lord be bjessed, matters came 
differently, and we soon saw a' -miracle, ^a. 
friend of ours spoke about Cuticura. We 
made a trial with Cuticura Soap, Ointment 
and Resolvent, and within ten days or two 
weeksfwe noticed a decided improvement. 
Just ^quickly asthe sickness htuLappeared 
it abjo began -'to- disappear, and- within ten 
weeks the child was absolutely well, and his 
skin was smooth and white as never before. 
F. Hohrath, President of the C. U Kohrath 
Company, - Manufacturers of Silk Ribbons, 
4 to 20 Rink -Alley, South Bethlehem; Pa., 
June $ tfoj."- 

and the klnetograph, showing the wedding of 
King -Alfonso -and -Princess Etta. 

Palace iC. B. Waldron,. manager). —Only 
a . gew .. more weeSs-'remalh of the Sunitner 
stock burlesque soajbn. "The Grafters" and 
"Doplnjj the Winner" this week. The" olio 
includes: Brooks and Jeanette, Charles Far- 
rail. Freeman and Watson, the Holman Bros., 
and the Palacescope. IT" . * ,-VV 

.Austin a Stone's Mcseuii (A. B. White, 
manager). — Jouvlne's Neapolitan Trouba- 
dours furolsaed excellent entertainment last 
week, and remain In the curio ball for an- 
other week. Trlxle, snake queen; Ben Hur, 
the. big snake, and the English peep show are 
other features. Stage snow : Minstrel Maids, 
Introducing Minnie Burke., Pearl Hudson. 
Marian Cleveland, Grace Howard, Emma Ten 
Brook, Cora Evelyn, Cesale French, Mildred 
Elsa, Erie Musette. Gertie Cimpbell, Frank 
Cook, "Will Hail, Charley Clark, and vaude- 
ville hy Nolan and Holmes, Rodger anU Wells, 
tbe Duprees, Gaston Sisters, and Henson and 
Marks. 

. Walker's Museum (L. B. Walker, mana- 
ger,, — Frank L. Green, the HUH strong man, 
Who lifts -an 1,8001b horse, Is the curio hall 
feature this week. Others are: Oklahoma 
BUI, cowboy cornettlat: Prof. Hudolpb, ma- 
gician,, and Clarn. and Montfille, musical er- 
frerp.. liji the theatre: nartford and Davis' 
Burlesquerg. Olio — Blanche Lorlng, Lois 
Davis, Pearl Arnold, Hartford and Davis, 
and the bioscope. 

Nickelodeon (W. n. Woltfe, manager).— 
Id. .curio ball week of 30: Prof. Kneelnnd, 
magician: D-jnfcar, novelty worker, and Kro- 
gahan, the rtystlc. Stage show: Wolffe's 
Big Minstrel Co. Olio — Bertha Carey, Alice 
Melvln, Maud Crandall, Blanche Savoy, May 
Marlowe, Annie. Itqsj,. Alma Kerr, the Great 
Pasttllo. and Heed and DrlBcolL 

MED.KOIID BofLKVARO Thkatbb (J- W. Gor- 
nlan, manager).— Bill, for week of 30: Hal- 
len and Fuller, .'Carleton nnd Terre. -Ten 
Brooke, Lambert arid company, Fredericks 
and Don, Mullen and Corelll, and'the komo- 
graph. Last .week the musical comedy, "The 
Belle of Boston," pleased big' bouses. 
. Lbxinpton Park (J. T. Bensod, manager). 
— The carda In the rustic-theatre' this week 
are: Grade timmett and company, Probat 
Trio, Macarte Sisters. Howler and Nelson, 
Musical Simpsons, and the k'omogranb. Gor- 
man's Opera Co. presented "The Slascotte" 
last week, .,to good business. Edward Ofl- 
more, Jj'rank Bunkburst and Mabel Xe FaVpr 
were prominent. ™ . -* 

Noruubeoa Park (Carl Alberte, mana- 
ger).— Excellent bills attract tine business. 
The bill fdr this .week: Dixie Serenaders- 
Burke's dogs, Tackmn and'Hoon. the Three 
Deltons, Rae and Benedetto, and tbe komo- 
grayb. ... ,., 

,: PABAGON-.PAnK (G. A. Dodge, manager). 
HB.IH Hill, tbe high wire walker, continues 
nnMl the crowds. Two new acts in ;the 
open -air circus this, wek in La Belle 
Blanche, In her perilous slide for life, and 
tlje. Delzaros. In a novelty gymnastic act. 
■■. Wonderland Park (F.CV Thompson, man- 
ager). — New. features In the open air- circus 
are> Sadie Khowltoo, who" fides down the 
chutes on a bicycle ; Marvelous Trunk and 
Bob, and -Fred A, Bennett, ecentrlc high stilt 
■Jt^t, Among other,- diversions are; The 
chutes. Thompson scenic railway, Kennedy's 
Wild West Show, Fire and Flames and tbe 
Infant Incubators. Big crowds rule. . , .. 

NpTBB.— The regular season 'at the Globe 
will open on Labor Day, wltb^Hop" Ward 
in his new farce comedy, "Not Yet, But 

Soon,:' The Howard arid Columbia^!!! 

open Aug. 20, ThoinaB Russell will be 

assistant stage director of tbe Bowdoln 
Square. the coming season.. ..Manager. Fred 
C. .Eberts, of the Great .Nordjern TTheatre, 
Chicago, was in -Boston last week- the guest 
of Resident Manager Edward Smith, of the 

Majestic Jnuette Reynolds, of this city. 

has been engaged ea a member of the com- 
pany to support James T. Powers, In "The 
Blue Moon/". . Josephine Bartlett baa re- 
tired from the Somrijer opera company at the 
Castle; Square, to begin rehearsals In New 
York, with the Frits! Scheff company. In 

"Mile. Modiste." Howard Hall, In 'The 

Millionaire Detective.*' will be theiecond at- 
traction at, .tbe Grand Opera House, .,..*■. 
Itlchard Carle will be "king of the sawdust 
ring," at the Wlnthrop Yacht Club's amateur 

circus, thla week At the conclusion of 

bis Summer season at the Globe, John Craig 
will go -on tbe rond, at the head of .bis own 
coropnnj. - , . '• 

. ; |. ',■: — - i m 

SpriaKHeld.— At the Court Square, Dock- 

stsder*8 Mlostrels Aug. 4. - 

Poli's. — The etock company made merry 
with. ".Glittering Gloria" last week, drawing 
large audiences. William Mcfcey played the 
role of Zebedee Poskett well, MIsBea "Stock- 
well and Gloy added to their local popularity, 
and Clifford Stork was good aa the erring 
hushnnd. "Innocent as a Lamb" July SO 
and week. , 

Witu, the Actors. — Julia Sanderson Is 
spending some time here with relatives. She 
will open with '.The Tourists," In New York. 
In SeBtttnber, and wilt later be - starred - by 

the Shuberts In "The Motor Girl." 

Henry Coote, having concluded an enEtig*** 
ment with. "The Student King," Is Summer- 
ing at his home In this cltv. In the Full 
he U to go with "The Prince of Pllsen" 

V»- -, ; Jamra ft Hecneharj,. -has been 

visiting old friend* "here during tbe pist 

week Henry Kolker. leading man of the 

.Huntef-Brtdford stock here the present Sum- 



, AUGUST 4, 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



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mer will support Berths Kalicb the corulug 
tfi tensoit, and Julia Booth, leading lady, It la 
K Mpccted, will be with the Ciatle Square eom- 

naoy, in Boston J. C. Crlddle, past year 

resilient manager of Poll's Theatre here, has 
b«a transferred to the Worcester house. 
The bent wlabea of scores of friends go with 
D [iu Uordou B. Wrlgbter baa been chosen 
bs bl» succossor here. Mr. Wrlgbter la 

well fitted fur bis duties F. F. 

proctor bas been visiting his brother 
here and enjoying our Forest Park. Mr. 
Proctor and bis wife are touring lu their 

auto car The Hunter-Bradford companies. 

o( Hartford and this city, bare combined, and 
ere playing a two weeks' engagement at 
Worcester. Those from the local company 
are' Henry Kolker, Wallace Eddlnger, Burke 
Clark, John Paly Murphy, Chapman Ford, 
John Flndley, Jessie Bradford, Marlon Lome 

in d Ida Lewis Minerva Vnno caused 

somewhat of a sensation at L'equot Park, 
during her engagement, by escaping ftom 
■MaAmffB after" ane hod been fastened by 
otnveNTif rSelaw. . . .Fountain. Part, Housa- 

tonic, bas closed for the season Belle 

Lorkart. aeronaut, baa been engaged to ap- 
peared at the field day .and picnic of Dlv. 1 of 
flic Hibernians, Aug. 4, at Rlvervlew Park, 
TUouipsonvIHe , Conn. * .. 

Lowell.— At the Lakevlew Theatre (J. 
j Flyun, manager) an excellent company 
sang "Glrotle-Ulrofla," to very good business, 
ln«t week. Esther Wallace did very clever 
work In the dual role, and Haste Barton, 
Ftliel Smith, At. Cameron, Frank D. Nelnon, 
J A. Howard, Victor De Lacy and J. R. Wil- 
liams gave good support. "The Belle of 
New York 1 ', week of July 30. 

Caxoeie Lake I'abk (J. Grant Gibson, 
resident manager).— -The opera company 
offered "The Little Tycoon" Inat week, to 
bis business. The staging of the production, 
ns well as the clever work of J. Grant (Jib- 
son, Karl Redding, Irving Walton, Kllznbeib 
Laurie, Pauline Hnrlce and Kittle Biugbnm 
deserved special mention. Miss' Laurie Is 
also winning laurels every week with special 
vocal numbers. This week, "Rumstlo." 

Hampton Beach Casiso. — Lest weeks list 
of entertainers were: Mudge and Morton, 
Ward and Raymond, Reed's acrobatic dogs, 
Howard and Culuy, ami Victor Lasa'lle. Good 
business. ; 

Palace.— This house has been doing good 
bmlnesst for the past few weeks, under direc- 
tion of Frank C. Voorbles, and will close dur- 
ing the current week. Deltln bas been feat- 
ured successfully. _ 

Wasiibuhn A D'Alwa's Trained Animal 
Knows. — The special event of Last week was 
u visitation at tills show, which did an 
excellent business, offering some of the best 
trained pony acts ever seen here. The con- 
cert programme was under direction of Mr. 
DA I ma. D. U. Mantle deserved praise as ring 
director. 

Mkxtion. — J. R. Williams, after a success- 
ful Summer season with J. J. . Flynn's "A 
Trip to -Chinatown" and "GlroHe-dlrofla.' 
closed ^8, to begin rehearsals with Wright 
l^orlmer's "The Shepherd King" Co.. •..Billy 
Nelson write* from. Revere Beach that he la 
doing a big business, featuring Eugene Berry. 

....A. (J. Cummins writes from Moucton, 
N B., that Ills Summer show Is doing an ei- 

celleut business through the provinces 

Tim Coleman, director of the orchestra of 
"The Isle of Champngne," will be musical 
director with Melville B. Raymond's "Little 
Bo -Peep" Co. Mr. Coletunu was formerly 
director of the Boston Theatre, and has many 
friends here. ..... -The seventeenth annual 

outing of the local newsboys was hold at 
Mountain Itork. l<ukevlew Park, Utt, and over 
six hundred thoroughly enjoyed the event. 

— -i ■■ ' ■* ™ - 

m Fall HIver.— At Sheedy'B BIJou (John 
Barry, manager) tlie J. Frank Hurke Stock 
Ot. presented "Ilea rta Adrift" laat week, ex- 
cellently, to capacity. Mr. Burke and Ktbel 
RMer and tlinir support were adequate. 
•'Unde Tom's Cabin" July 30. 

XiCKFU>r.!;oN (I). R. Buftinton, manager). 
— Business Inst week was good, and the bill 
pleased. Ma |une made a big hit. Week pf 
30: Sadie Uarton, Porter aud Pnlmer, Joe 
Harrison, Amy Allyn and Mckelseope. , 

Notes. — The Academy or Music opens 
Aug, 17 with "Fight Bell*," followed by H. 

W. Taylors Stork Co. SMS iM 

Wolff, formerly stage manager of the Savoy, 
.will manage the stage at the Bijou...... 

Horry K. Humphrey closed with the Burke 
Stock Co. July 28, and will stnr In "The 

Royal Slave." Harry S. Hadfleld baa 

signed with the Burke Stock Co. for the re- 

mnluder of the Summer season George 

N. Hill, ticket seller of the Savoy, Is inline 

a like position nt the BIJou Klizabetb 

J. Sullivan, a local girt, will make her pro- 
fessional debut this week with the Burke 

Stock Co The following local boys 

have signed ns stage hands : James Sut- 
cliffs, Jumes Copylnger. with. "Old Isaacs 
from the Bowery ;" Will Connors, James 
Ctnnmlnga and John Arkyrold, with, "young 
Buffalo ; B Robert Cuslck, Charles Reagan 
aud James Byrnes, with *'A Rnce for Life ;" 
W. N. GlfTord, Dennis Drlslan and George 
Cousldlne, with Billy B. Van Co.; Phil Dil- 
lon. "Forty-live Minutes from Broadway ;" 
Timothy Kelly, with Maude Adams; Charles 
T. Lester, with "TekaB;" James Gilllgaii, 
"The Vauderbllt Cup;" T. N. Kelly, with 
Sam Bernard; Ed. Doherty, "'Way Down 
Fast." M. T. O'Brien, of the Nickel- 
odeon, was made a member of Local 07, 1. 
A. T. S. K., last week. 

~< ■ ■ 

Lynn. — At the Lynn Theatre, Lew Dock- 
b toiler's Minstrels will open the Reason here 
Aug. 1. The house Is now undergoing ex- 
tensive alterations under the direction of 
MauDger Harrison, ana when completed wilt 
be one of the coziest playhouses In this sec- 
tion of the country. Many big shows have 
been booked. 
Relay Theatre, Nahant. — Business Is re- 

Jorted good. This week: The ZarelK Hazel 
lay, the Two Bells, Morgan and Crone, and 
the bioscope. 

UoiiMAN's Si.'MMEit Tiieatiik, Salem Wil- 
lows. — Business Is excellent, and this week 
one of Manager Gorman's comedy companies 



the week of 23: H. C. Dalley and company, 
Chas. Frederick. Hayes and Hlgglns, the 
Gagnoux, Andy McLeod, American Trio, and 
moving pictures Owing to the local railroad 
strike, the park had to close on Tuesday 
night, for the rest of the week. 

Notes.— Wilbur Higuy suddenly closed with 
the Uatbaway Co. 23, and Wm. Belford plaved 

the lead the remainder of the week Anna 

L. Botes, Robt. McClung. Harry Stafford and 
Henry Duggan all closed 28, to Join cotu- 

E anles.... T. Arthur McGowan, sceulc artist, 
as Just completed several floats. Including 
a life size whole, for the local Aerie of 

Eagles, to take with them to Worcester 

Frank Thomas, who Is playing his fifth sea- 
son here In stock, made one of bis biggest 
nits as Noah Strong, In "Saved from Shame," 
last week. 

■ a 

WnrcMier.-At the Worcester Theatre 
iJis. F. Rock, resident manager) the Huufer- 
Bxidford Stock Co. will be jteen In "Trilby" 
July 30-Aug. 1, "The Aioazopa" 2-4. This 
company lins been popular here In 'previous 
Summer work, and has again struck the 
right chord. Last week "When We Were 
1 wenty-one" and ''Adventures of I.adj 
Ursula" drew Well. It bas been announced 
that Julia Denn, the leading Indy. has signed 
with the Castle Square Slock Co., of Bos- 
ton, for the coming seaaop. 

Pom's KJ. C. Crlddle, resident manager). 
— Week of SO Mr. Poll's own company will 
produce "Our Boys." "Vlrglnlus" Is In pre- 
paration. 

At tRb Lake (St. Ry Co., managers). — 
Week of 30 "The Belle of Boston," a musical 
comedy, will be the attraction. Business to 
immense audiences, 

_ White Citv (F. H. BIgelow, manager). — 
week of 30 the special attraction, In addi- 
tion to the permanent ones, will be Tell's 
Band, of Boston ; Cowllshaw, and Guy's Min- 
strels. 

Pinehurst PAttK. — Week of 30; dishing 
and Merrill, Chnntell Twin Slaters, Kimball 
and Donovan, Rice and Walters, Kitty Hoff- 
man, and Jim Hennessey. 



Slef that followed Mrs. Havlln's unexpected 
nth Billy Van's father, William Van 

Name, was round dead at the home of his 
son-in-law, \V. T. Arnold, at MadlAonvlile. 

Leoncavallo and his orchestra, from 

La Scala Theatre, Milan, Italy, will be beard 

at Music Hall Oct. ad, 27 Lester Brown, 

stage director at Chester Park, returns to 
New York at the close of the opera reason. 

„ W. E. Walker, ot the Columbia and 

Walnut Street Theatres, bas taken to golf. 

Two New York musicians of note. Prof. 

Saar and Florldla, Join the Cincinnati colony 

next season The Odeou's corridor Is to 

be Improved before the Fall term of the 

College of Music Llalan Mcintyre, the 

Cincinnati girl, was given the rote of Agatha, 
In "The Runaway Girl," and she did all that 
could be done- with a small role. - ■ 



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Hoiyoke. — At Mountain Park Casino, 
"Ship Ahoy," week of July 2.1, drew big busi- 
ness For weak ot .10, "Dn Syntax." 

Note. — Lnwler Urn*., who have been man- 
agers of the Opera House since last Pall, 
will sever their connection with tills bouse 
Sept. 1. their lease expiring on that date. 
D. O. fiilmore. of SprluRfleld, tbe owner of 
tbe theatre, will, It Is understood, manage 
the house himself. 



Coin mli as.— At Olentnngy Park (W. \V. 
Prosser, mnnngert the Vaughn Glaser Stock 
Co. presented "What Happened to Jones * to 
capacity IiuhIucss week of July 22. Tbe 
Btock company engagement will be continued 
Indefinitely. "Mobe r ' week of 29. Hosatl'H 
Band continues to be a prime favorite. I»l- 
avolo, In his loop the loop net, will be a free 
outdoor attraction week of 211. 

Collins' CUrotut (H. Collins, manager!. 
—'Capacity business. Harry Kdson aud his 
dog, "Doc:" I'd. Hayes, and Ilurr and Hvnns 
proved a stroug drawing card. Rill we^k ot 
St: Mitchell and Urownlng. Baraey First, 
and Seeker, Wilkes and Seeker. 

Kraft STBBirr (Chan. W. Harper, manager). 
— The season's opening for the bouse nnd 
for John W. VoarlS Rig City Minstrels la 
30-Aug. 1. "A Wife's Secret'* 2-4. 

Notes. — Indlanola Park had the biggest 
business of tbe season last week. Tbe K. U. 
T. M. encampment drew thousands to this 
pleasure park. I'mf. link and his donkeys 
were the attraction in the open air theatre. 
Rlrbter and St. John'n Animal Family Act, 

week of 21», will be featured Col. Ike 

Potts, who for the past flfteeta years Una been 
advance agent for John Vogel's Rig City Min- 
strels, has resigned to accept the position of 
advertising manager for tbe High Street The- 
atre. He .will be succeeded by w. W. Down- 
ing Klsie JbuIb wos a visitor at her 

new home here 20.. . . . .Hagenbeck's Circus 

Aug. 0. 



Taunton.— At Hnbbatta Pork (Jos. J. 

Flynn, manager) ( f„ r we0 k ot 3d, "The late 
of Champagne." 

Tai.a<iu£<ia Park (R. A. Harrington, man- 
ager). — Week of :t0 : SIgnora Vlrglula Novell!, 
STgnor Vlnccnzo Norvelll, Madame Flower, 
the Bttneh-De Vere THo, the WIllIaiHa Trio, 
and Fay's Full Regiment Band, 

At WnoDWAftn'H Spsinqs the famous Walk- 
over Band will be the attraction. 

North AdantN,— At Hoosac Valley Park 
(l.onls McMahon, manager) large crowds 
were In attendance laat week, an excellent 
company presenting a strong vaudeville 
show which Included : Hilton, Totton and 
Van, Mnddox and Melvln, Crneelyn Wblte- 
honse. Worid Brothers, and the vltagreph. 
On Thursday night, July L'tl. an excellent dis- 
play of Druworks was shown, over 12.000 
people being present. Hill week of :t0, Tan- 
ner & Onrnelta's Comedians. A special feat- 
ure will be a baby show afternon of Aug 1. 
«i » 
OHIO. 



Toledo.— At the Cnslno (Otto Kllves, man- 
ager) Inst week an excellent bill of vaudeville, 
wlrb iivo.ro, Van Studdlford. drew big crowds. 
"Hans nnd Nix" 20 and week. ' 

Farm Theatre (Joe Pearlstlne. manager). 
—Charlie Case was the hit of a good bill last 
week. Busluess was good. Rill 2» and week : 
Dalllata's leopards, Dancing Mitchells, Ca- 
dleux, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burt, Archie Royer 
and company, and RMott Trio. 

Notes. — J. K. Rurke, the well known 
vaudeville agent, was In the city Inst week. 

Grace Van Studdlford went to and 

from the Casino every day In a private car, 

provided by the Casino management .. 

J. J. Rosenthal has decided not to accept the 
management of "Tbe Umpire" the coming 
season. He and his wife. Kathryn Ostcrninii, 
ore summering here. They have not miijle 

any detlnlte plans as yet Snda, the 

violinist, arrived home from Hcrtln. She will 

go to New York next week Harry Linton 

came down from Detroit to witness the debut 

or Ills Suubonuet (llrls, at the Farm KM, 

Kelsey. press agent of the Farm, bad n nar- 
row escape from lightning during a Revere 

storm Inst Rundoy Chester Sargent will 

manage one of the out of town theatres for 
Lamktn, Hurtfg ft Seamon. ... .Abe > W«P'™. 
manager ot tbe Kmplre, Is at Atlantic City, 



with nls family. 



Is presenting a vaudeville bill. 

Notes.— ■•Col." Wlllard G. Stanton, of the 
McAtilirre Stock Co., close bis season at East 
Point, Me., and has returned to bis home 
In this city, where he remained a few days, 
and then went to New York. He reports the 

season a success for the company John 

Clark, of the McAulIffe Co., Is spending Ills 

vacation In London, Ont Mozle Dow 

has accepted ua offer of an engagement In 
Chicago, and Maud Blair Is lu New York, 

visiting friends William Uowett Is 

nt his Summer cottage at Salem WlUows, 
and James Cnssldy Is off to Philadelphia. 

Fred G. Sitter, only son of Col. 

Stanton, was married In this city re- 
cently, to Mildred Ash, and a pretty wedding 
was held lu her borne on Tlmson Street. Tbey 

were generously remembered with gifts 

Tiiornris Cash and his son. Carter Cash, of 
the Auditorium staff, are engaged this Sum- 
mer at the Wonderland, Crescent Reach 

Matiiigcr Katzes, of the Auditorium, spent 

laat week In New York John K. Gilbert, 

of the Thomas E. Hhea Co.. Is dividing bis 
vacation between his boat, ''Folly," and his 
Lakeside Farm here. 



Neiv Bedford.— At Hathaway's (J. M. 
Hathaway, manager) Hathaway Stock Co. 
presented "Raved from Shame," week of July 
23, to good business. Week of 30, "The Circus 
Girl." 

New Bedford Thkatoe (Wm. B. Cross, 
manager) opens 31, with Docsstader's Mln- 
etrels. 

Savoy (W. H. Shine, manager). — Illus- 
trated songs and moving pictures. 

Lincoln Park (1. W. Phelps, manager). — 
The following CTtl drew rell the lirst part ot 



Cincinnati. — In less than b fortnight tbe 
first theatrical gun of the season of 11)00-07 
will be tired, and August days will llnd both 
the outdoor and Indoor amusement direct' :s 

{ilaying their cords for patronage. Th're 
iave been a good many damp, stormy July 
nights that have knocked holes la the box 
oiflVe receipts of the Summer opera com- 
panies. Two ot tne outing places shelve 
vaudeville during the present week, for min- 
strelsy, 

t.i.,.*TEit Park (I. M. Martin, manager).— 
J. K. Murray and Clara Lone, erstwhile fa- 
vorites, Join tne Chester Park Opera Co. July 
lu, when "The Bohemian Girl will be re- 
vived. ''A Runaway Girl" did very nicely 
laat week, despite a run of cool weather. 
The company has been shaken up a bit, and 
further changes will be made. James Me- 
ntion* was tbe Flipper of the cast, with Sam 
Mylle as Lord Coodle; Edna Remylng, as 
Alice; Clara Palmer, as Wlnfred Urey, the 
runaway girl, nnd Blanche Rae Edwards, as 
I>orothy Stanley. Pauline Hill Is to coma 
Aug. 5, in "Dorcas." In the Vaudeville The- 
atre, Sam Mylle, the comedian of the opera 
company, will be seen In a German sketch, 
"Feet Notes." Griff Brothers, Fuy, Colsy and 
Fay, DIN and Ward, and Urville and Frank 
are to be eo-en icrtnlners. Lnst week's bill 
was pleasing. The Herald Square Quartette 
(Fisher, Ue Bruin, Marx and 'Herbert), Frank 
McCune and May Grant, LatPll Brothers, 
Marjorie Moore, and Frbsinl provided amuse- 
ment worth wtille. Crowds were large. 

Ludlow Lagoon (J. J, Weaver, manager). 
— Herbert & Willing** Southern Minstrel Co. 
will appear at the Rustic Theatre, July 28, 
Instead of tbe usual vaudeville. Last week's 
business was good. Under Amusement Di- 
rector W. J. Clark, Harry Boyd, the "Black 
Turker," scored heavily. Pat Hotohnn, Daly 
and O'Brleu, and Millard Brothers were 
others who appeared. 

Thb Zoo i Walter Draper, secretary). — 
John C. Weber and his Prize Band ot 
America, in the language of the effective 
paper oa the walls, begin tbe second week 
of their home coming engagement, July '2\). 
Hlancbe Mebaffey, tbe soloist, Is a Cincinnati 
girl, and divided attention with Kmile Chevre, 
whose playing upon the -piccolo was a dis- 
tinctive feature ot the concerts. Business is 
splendid. 

Co.nkt Island (Lee H. Brooks ft L. T. An- 
derson, managers). — The little Coma The- 
atre, under the trees, will be closed July 2U, 
and nt the new Opera Pavilion, Bryant's 
Minstrels, under George Wellington tingle- 
breth, will appear. The Oscar Ehrgott Opera 
t'a.'s season was not overwhelmingly auccess- 
ful. It was so chilly that one night of "Pina- 
fore" waa abandoned. The old Gilbert- Sulli- 
van favorite, however, drew better than the 
earlier selections of "The Mocking Bird" and 
"Stradella." Ruy Hess, as Little Buttercup, 
was tbe hit of "Pinafore." She Is a sister 
of Harry Hess, tbe attorney. 

HlXCK's OfGBA Hoi'he (Ilpuck, I'conessy 
& Stair, managers). — The season will open 
Aug. fi, when "At the World's Mercy 1 ' ■willbe 
staged. The house has been redecorated and 
brightened. 

People's Thkatrb (Hubert Heuck, maaa- 
ser). — The Bohemian Burlesquers are to come 
Aug. 12. 

Mi'Bic Hall. — The Fall festival forces are 
hard at work preparing for the coming Sbu- 
bert spectacle, "The Blue Moon," which la In 
for a mouth's run. James T. powers, Ida 
Hawley, Marie Stone, Beatrice Golden Clara 
Palmer. La Petite Adelaide, Templar Saxe, 
Richard Temple, JameH Bradbury and Ar- 
thur DonaldKon are aanong the principals, 

Si.-mmeii Chat. — Clara Palmer left tbe 
Chester Park Opera Co. July 28. and left for 
tbe East to begin her "Blue Moon' rehearsals. 
She received an offer to star lu a revival of 
Minnie Palmer's old success. "My Sweet- 
ticari." The new Olympic Theatre, Un- 
der John J. Itvflfi's management, opens Aug. 
20. and that night the Lyceum also opens 

Its doors James K. I'ennessy has been. 

enjoying life "dowu on tbe farm" In Ken- 
tucky Phi! Sims, prraa representative 

of the Fall festival. Is going (o New York 
for a mens of "Blue Moon" pointers. . . .John 
II. Ilavlln and daughter. Kate Havlln, are at 
Oden, Mlcb., resting after tbe shock and 



Cleveland— At the Euclid Avenue Oar- 
dens (Max Fnetkenbeuer, manager) 1 be 
Wizard 5 the Nile." by Uio Garden Oiiera 
SIT week of July 30. "The Maudarlun" drew 
eood crowds week of 23. .. 

Kmtii'b (H. A. Dflulels, manager).— Bill 
week of 30: Arthur Deacou. J. C. Nugent 
nnd company, Selma Bruatz, Cnrsoif and Wl - 
Hard. Schubert Quartette. Gertrude GebCBt, 
and Marshall and Lorraine. 

Co""™! (Harry 1>. Kline, manager) - 
Week of -10 marks the opening of vaudeville 
bere BUI this week. Includes ; gatfe* 
Black Hussars, Three Keatons, Al. Corlcton 
Cornalia and Eddy. Znrrow Trou e , and 
Mitchell and Cain. Week of 23 rti^ R C. 
ikra Co. irnve, for Its cloning week, "A Mgut 
Off" nnd "Facing the SSfc 5 Good houses 

pr Li?sA d pARK (Elwood Salsbury, n"»«r). 

with the first class circus nnd musical nt- 

tractlona thit are offered It Is no wonder 
that suchlarge crowd s flock here. 

Sprlmrfleld.— At Spring (JJlJg 

CnBlno (Tom Powell, manager) the b 11 for 
week ot July 2D Includes: rfva WesU-ott aod 
comiianv the Oreat Eldrldge, Sallle Rondnll. 
Herbert nod Vance. Wblstung Tom Urowne, 
nnd the klnetoseope. Outside attraction, 
Dure Devil Breton. .... , 

Oiii'iMi'M (fins Sun. manager) .—Hill for 
week of July 30: Newsboy Qiiarl« to, A«h- 
ton and KnrC Camllle and Fonda, Billy Tam, 
Frank Cochran and new pictures. . Q . _„ 
1 NViteT— The Carl Hagenbeck Greater Sbowa 
Aug. 10. _^„_. 

Yomuratown—At Worn Park f* Stan- 
lev mouager) for current week . De Loe. 
\7. H Fields' Cliff Dean and company, Jea- 
ntriirs and Renfrew, aud Polora Bros., 

Avo! FihK ; (Job. W. Wess. manager).— 
uESk WeVs r t e-engaged < the *g£l£g" 
nnera Co. for week of 2J. Kilte uouuej, 
la her spe, lulties, took well. For week of 
3; Bert Marshall. Herr Jansen, JW«" 
Blanc, Al. Lawrence add tbe Trocadero Quor- 

tette " ' 

Dayton.— The National Theatre OPJM tlw 
season Monday, July M, with Jule Wattcra, 
la "The Shoplifter,*' for one week. 

IUKBHIDR PAHK C*B1N.I.— W«k Of SO Mr. 

and Mrs. Tracy, Leonore and St. Claire, 
Parish, ventrlloquiBt. 

* ' > 

KKMl'CKY, 

Louisville— At Fontaine Ferry Park, for 

week of July 2u: Eight Alllsous. Mardo 
Trio Wnltone aud -WlllfioB, Weila and Bella, 
Lew' Wells, anil Ihe kluodrome. 

JocKBir Club Paiuc.— Gregory's ''Moscow 
opened a two weeks' engagement 2.1. TJg 
beautiful production was seen by big aud i- 
ences The picture was one of fascinating 
realism. The pyrotechnic display was large 
nnd varied, and was considered ihe llnc*t 
ever given In this city. New methods were 
used lu the discharge of the rockets and 
other HPrtuI fireworks. The vaudeville people 
ire: The Four Marvels, Nine Goidena (Run- 
Blan duncers), the Ashlons, and klppel Bros., 
all of whom made good. The rosier of the 



Asuford Florene 
Auilerwn, 

Mm. Yank 
Archfrft OWttU 
Aineta, Mile. 
AfiMcy. Lillian 
AIltstM], Minn A. 

Altliritt, Kit* 

A'bcr, Mrs. 
Aillvr, Flo 

A«lams. OrttcfR. 
AMiy Mrst-jmsD 
Dnrker, Mrn.IIE. 
Itt-irac Mrs. 
Hi-riHh-ln 11,-rtl. 
Ihrtniiu, Dolly 
Ih'u :.■ .. H-.i.-u 
Herri, IaIs 
llnMy MnrlonU 
UeauKonlc. 

Mnrk 
Aiwdoln, Jtnt' 
ltotiuiuoitt Mllii 1 
ltuhtroui, AiHiH 
1'i.vunt, Ixjiilne 
Burke, Orace 
L %m Wm 

Barron, Mmiili> 
r<hiiM*, U,iili' 
HiiHgit-r Kluuclie 
OIhiimii, Babj 
ClalusM-u. 

Slarxanit 
!■■-■!:, Dttlly 
I'uli'itinn Ji-aiiett 
Ct'VfsiU'r Fhireuc 
Curt Is. Iti'tn 
OedMN Mi'aW. 
Cuiiueri', 

Miss A. R 
Carrier, Mubel 
*:■!.-,- Patricia 
Ciutls. Vlnk-t 
<»W>, UolUtit' 
"Crfo" Mailnine 
Conk*. CU.ulult.- 
LVitiu-iiy, Mm. N 

I'i.ij-Hm. JullR 

blarfe, IMibt, 

(Xitl'i. NViuu 
ruuHwt'll AnnaP. 
IK-Vcml. Bow 
Jh'ini Hhiiiiiu' 
He Mill, flt-rtle 
Ulxlc, Ma.lu,' 
DvLorrnlikc 

Helen 
Powft'in. 

.Mrs. Marl: 
I leu lie- Mil ln-llt.' 
IVirrell, KllH'l 
Menu. Cltilrf 
lH>sinoiHl. Mht 
1 ,i . I- .Mlsx W.T. 
DC Urciiii. 

Mrs. Henri 
Pi* Yen 1 , Ti'lin.i 

III 1 Null'. UflKll' 

fliiilli'y, Tin-linn 
Uowey. Adole 
Kvclyu Fhiri'iifi 1 
Kir.crsini Mae O. 
j;tu!ih Mrs. M.F 
KnirHiIld ld*l I«j 

{'riinclri. Ittith 
'<MtiT. Stellu 
Franklin. I'i*afl 
Kot. Bella . 
Furtune (*weli:t 
Fuy, Pa<la 



I-'cliiiar Hston 

[■'niiicH. Holm 
rrivmmi, little 
l-'sy, Pmln 
QOfsUlu. Aiiulo 
Ora/. Marie 

'.:•■.: i.i \ Belle 

UfoiKf, Olnra 
tlnnlupr (lw*Blo 
(ircvm*. Kittle 
UHniutv, lilady 

Surdnii. Klin 
mil Mrs. Karl 
Uieems Ftorem 
<:ttusuit mIkh M. 
(illl. MisnClevp 
(intii. Mr-*. Karl 
Miimhy Mvrlle 
Utuwi'-i. .Marie 

Hsienert. HtM 

1 l.n Hi. Krauktt' 
lliiyworil. Onu 
Hoyt. I rn iit w 

. '.. Ann to 
Hikiiht, Juaiiltn 
llntilifrf Mr>.M.U 
llnrter, Nfitu 
liarvi-y, Uvrtb 
HiiiiIiTHim Mutiil 
HiiA-finl (lli'iiitv 
Ililil.nril. Miuid 
llnrlowt- lb-atrlr 
Irish, Mai 

Jnrvts. Mrs.A.t; 



K a tin -r I in- 
locllii. Bom 
Jay & Clayton 
KHlajr, i, nui 
Kaiiscr. Alice 
KeiiDiity, 

Mrs. CTlitirllt' 
Klbby Chnrlutti- 
Ktfley. ftlnu K. 
l.nVoh'. .Mile 
I.uwniitli', 

Mitmie I.. 
Lyndon, itjivl.i 
I. a Tuiir,, 

KiitlierltH' 
t,.-ll.i>- CudiIIIpS 
l.i-Cliilrp Miiitalc 
l.n Atlella, Mid*. 
I.MVI-. CninlMi- 
l.i.ii'ii7,i' Mrs. T. 
l.iiiiikln. Mm. 

Hurry O. 
|j>wls, Hui'iilliy 

l-till-illlU-. ItllO 

Ut*. TuUa 

•llclflT, 

.Mrs. Louise 

I,I>1|||HTK. Allllil 

l.fivl". Mnilt'lliK- 

l,*>«is CapneeR. 

Mi-Pi.ii:iI-I. 

Kflthlpcn 
Minl!s*t|i. .Miiurli 
Mho!:. Ktvlla 
Mi.vii. Mrs. «■ 
Moittiisli- hMItli 
Mcintyre. 

IUaiiclie 
Muriiliy, I'ollle 
MoiKattue, 

I'r.Tlliii 

Mi'Nauxlilon, 

Marlon 
Miller, Ttteta 
Mnyii. Mrs. Tom 



all of wuoin muue goou. *««; «"■»„«• ■■■;*' 
show Is: U. K. Gregory, proprietor; Steve A. 
Wood, general contrncllug agent; II. w. 
l'lering, manager: L. H. HuRlc. assistant 
manager and treasurer: Joseph Wlcgont, 



manager «nu irfuwjrei ■_• •• .- 1 . -,i» 
chief or fireworks; Mrs. Edgerly, ballet mis- 
tress, and George Sniibcrt, general snperin- 

.Vitks. —Anton Hausllan, who Is walklnjt 
around tbe world, passed through this city 
17, on his way to New York; Where bi> talis 
for Vienna, Austria. He left Vienna Kept. 
17, 1II0Q. and has been traveling continuously, 
with the exception of ten mouths, when be 
waa 111. He Is forty-one years old, his *vlfe 
thirty-four years, and bin child nine years, 
and tbey nave traveled 2*WT2 lullen, thf* din- 

tnnce from Vienna to Louisville l-ob- 

ert Fleming, of Chicago, the chief tlre'vorks 
expert traveling with the Gregory Co.. was 
severely burned '!'>, about the left bund, by 
the premature explosion of a bomb. 



AmliTKon D. A. 
Albot-tl. Mr. 
Adair ft Dahn 
Almond, Tom 
AiK-ker, Luula 
Arnold, J. i\ 
AbB'IfluU Trio 
A| is'H. I- ■■ 
Andrl-wa Uliash 
Austin, Pick 
Allium, Pau 
AiJiuri, 

Yguaclo 
Aim out h 

Pumont 
Allen, 11. U. 
An. tin. Harry . 
Asliby, Pr.O.F. 
Allen, J. J. 
Artrease. Joe 

Araslnat JnsJ 

AUi'ii i» Kn-U-y 
Ariulnla Allnrki- 
A 11 lilt I, llerla-rt 
Al-nleifillc, Joy 
"Aivora" 
Abh'ii, Karl 
Allen, ftiirt 
AUms, Itk-Uard 
A niter, l^iu 
AlbtouM, TJio 
BfUvcau 'V 

Hoberts 
Browa, <i. Will 
liiiniH, Harry 
Iiirrke, Walter 
liiiuUi & Itmld 
lirailnn, l-'twl 
pnciicH, Joe 
BeMBr Harrw 

& urown 
Ilrock, J. V. 
■Hn Jim? 
Jtoiuett, Jock 0. 
Hrudky, JOH. It, 
Uluui. 1'uul C 
Hurke, Jobn 1'. 
Itlackmore Bit! 
Hoirk, Wm. 
Bufh-s, liei 
Hell, C A 
Hurk, B4-U 
Hrowiit-lle. J. I» 
Byrne Pros. 
Bruwor Walt. H 
Uarltiw. Jack 

Sell, Ralph 
yi*. Hurry 
Helsiout Hurry 
Burrows, Pick 
Burke, Joint r, 
Busker, tlreat 
Uftker, Jobn 
Bnslie A PeVere 
Burwasli, Pick 
Heritor, Fred U 
Hyroit Artuur 
Balbrlrk, 

Beiwisi B. 
Bassett, A. 
UraOvii. Geo. 
Hunlette, W. T. 
Hull. Arthur I.. 
Hk-iiUell Arlh.S 
Biiiurnft, Juck 
Harr A K.vuns 
Hums, Jan. 11. 
Baker. Holit. II 
Broslions, 

Jackson 
Barlow aWllaui 
Boyee, Tlli-nton 
Bonem i-'.Uaiy 
Ituuli. Frank 
TUtllnl, Pntiat 
Berry. Knxeiw', 
Bawly. «'■«. W, 
Bower, Jut 
IWiutn. WIIHe 
Helinout Harry 
Kurt. B*u 
H<iyle Kruticls J. 
Hulea It Knieal 
Burke, Jnlin K. 
Wow. Mawrbre 
Hrownliiit. Willie 
CaiifToii Fraud* 
Clifford * 

Erneat 
Cpok«. Will J. 
Couture, Puvle 
Clarke. PL-k 
( :,»1j:l'.'i. Fn-d 
Carngiu, Wis. 



UBN TYUMEN'S l.is'l 



N«lwn, Irene E 
Miv. Kitty 

niiniiii-Si'ii 
iviitit-j. Mm. 

Oen. ts. 
Peirnon Marifret 
Pnlmer. ultfA 
OunlU KIlMbetk 

RlekaMH Edith 

Itouhmon. 

Utosaotu 
Ritcuey. 

Josephine 
]■: ■-*. Aitnk- 
KctlKitte, Itoae 
Ak'li inouU Oraos 

It 1 1 Kill till ts 

Steven* 

Itobsim. 

Mrs. Stitnrt 
tloTlere. lleorsln 
11 tw Mrs Frank 
ltoiticr, Malwl 

l'i ■■;', Dollll 

IttiKaell. Kittle 

Klti>|H'lt. 

Mra Kmnirl 
simw SlHtem 
Son! fells. Mrs.L. 
Hulllvan. 

Vt-rmt V.. 
Slm-lalr. 

Mlldrvl 
Swim, Ullve 
steward Hay 
s:. it. Lllttnn 
SelinlTer Ktttls 
Short, Mra. 

II nth D. 
Stevenn, Lilly 
SI. John tiladya 
Heiibrl((ht Beaale 
Satimlcra Allcefl 
jatlrk. Anna 
Slauley MliitiieB 
Tnylor. ilrn. 

Hali'b V. 
rcubrook, UMii 
frttrv. Ml** . 
rhtiil, BUM 

(mid ilt'iinro) 
riioiu|>noit 

Hhtem 
Tltonie, 

Mra. Frank 
TtiumnH, Owe* 
Vmtell. Kllin A. 
Westerton. 

Mr*. .'■ Mr. 
Will lain*, 

Mrs. Bert 
WIHiaw*. Ktta 
Well*. K't'y 



Wurllelil MurleO 
While, umrits 
WltncliiH. Atnin 
Yale. MhsIb 
Wallnee. 

Porotliy P. 
Wooilwnnl. 

Mra. Hurry 
Wllllillil* Aliulel, 
Witllaee, Airneii 

WIlMH). I-illk' 

Wt-Kl, Mario 
Yule. Maxie 
Yenner, Maud 
Zullii, Mile. 



ra. Wm. C. yields, W. (J. 
L'liiisL.-, CtureiiiH' Knuii'la, tllieNier 
Ciiri«-riter. J. 1) l-'uticlier, Joa, 
(iiiriieiiler B. W. Florence, Press 
(.'ulllK'iti. J- 'I'- Front, llnl 
Chlek, Fnink £ra*ja, Ctmrlmt 
Uolc & JntniHoii FiiJda II AHinlle 
Ooim-ll. W. K. Mood V. A. 
G»k*, William l-'hivd, Wnller 
I'oim, Uenrtre K. Flcliamller Max 
L'bli-k, l.litle I'oiill Uoiil, 
Ciialimaii Wui.U, sltonii*u 

Caae, Uyrun Frrncb, Ui-o. V. 
t;:iwy, Clins. K. Frstivk Julliial,. 
On rr, Kdwlu J. 1-Iii.mI, lU-iliiitxnl 
forte, Hernando I'ord A Helirui* 
(.'cli-ato, Wnt. FtorlilH. tleii. A. 
Cuiinem Jntimle l-'ulkv, Cliaa. II. 
(kmii, J. I'liiiieaon, Uafi) 

<;ruckelt Will F l-'mMo, Clia*. 
Clifford Walt. B Fuller A Miieoln 
tinenl tc I'iiiihI, l-'reil )-;. 

Harrl* FutttercNirt Ohm 
Cliumidon, Jack Hulbretli B. 

Clarke, l-Mdle Vox, (J<-orgit W. 
Urtagn r. Allen l-Vrrlll, Fn-d 
Oilier, I-'mnk C Fulifnre, It. 
(JlllTiHil, JotM-pli "Ferry" 
'"" rteK HeniiuiiHi (Frou-iunu) 

Clupre*. Fruna J-'rnnkl. Wax 
km llrua. Uliiiii-y, Wm, 

I'lu'iiter, IS. J. (Jvlgvr it 
iiH|)ln-ll JuckU. Walters 

Clitittlaa, 0. Oraiwirln, Ouw. 

Clow. Hyiliiey Oullliiwro Arllir 
Ulurke, Hurry Qaylotd, A. K. 
Culctu, I'mr. Hairy, Wm. 

Wlllielin liwMlutt, Fred 
Pri>w, Carroll Hlnck, Paul M. 
Pore, H. Omrey, H. II. 

Priikc, Id. liter Unne, F. 
Unty, Kd, Uiiiidy, Clark d 

Pimeliifi Ht. Geo Grubuiii. FenllltJ 
lie l.Mn, Hurry Ore. Ik-it 
l)etii|*iy. iiUan, (Jalbniltli, C. O. 
Pull. Hurry Ulunett, Chun. 
Parlelijli. Han Cugnonx, TIio 
Pv Monde. tllranl, Krnnk 

Chester Hodrrcy, llul 
He Hart, J. ClrlfTeu, Harry 
Pel Wariai Wm CwilnMult. I..M. 
Lie Ottzf*. Al. limliuin. Will 
Pure, Frank H. liotfey. 
Dave, Jnlin RmihI O. 

PiiVfii[»iri. Cennro ft Tlienl 

Harry lirldley. Waller 
Del'ew Tbo*. li. Ureeue, 1,. M. 

Peiiver Jack" Ollnwretll Hltf.C 
Daiuaigliiio J. W fJtilbreili, K. 
PuvlH, Murliin-I Ullimire, 
Inerwad Hurry Mr. ft Mra.I'aul 
Plckniaii, W. A ailtnteretll. Tuny 
Dcutp* Ilowiuiia llurtou, HI 
DnaliltiK*<m, Hardy, John 

Albert I*. Hyluuiix, Fred 
Doyle, i-jiwiinl Henry, J. K. 
LKjIIRlnt Miil.-oti. Ilnil. Waller 
DcndiiK LMwita HayM Hiilly 
Pe line. Billy llnrrU. rjro. 
I.v Male. J. 0. llorlli, Ulik 
* II it Fonda Hardmnti. Joe 
...jtaherly, Alt. Hick* ATcnKyck 
Penis, It. (loiTmini. Carl 

Haley, '.'on. Hunter, Jolui K 

Hi- l-tmii. Herlir ]|i>uriniin, 
PuiniluK A Krnukle J. 

Pjytnu HamllUiti, \V. 11 
poiiiii'lly -lui. II. Hiirrli, K. A. 
I FrutikF. Hurley. Heflwn 
Pemmlinc Arllnir Hill ft F.djiminlH 
amiW Itutieoek, C. F. 
Plf-kium P. Karl Hat-ker. Ixiila J 
lluwiinl A 

Cameron 
Peltoae, f'eler Henelln', Jim* 

llarcliiKloii P.J. 
. Iba-Dler. Jack 
l>el Veerldo, _ IltMvi.nl. Ili-lifJ. 



i«rl«-H T 



piiyk* ftOmniti'r 
PeiiiM, Homer 
Punn ft (Mailer 
Pawley T>er«re*l 
IM-ill IVIoaa II. 
I'vniiH, A. H. 
Kckirt ft lk-ry 
Or If. Ira 
Kdwrtoii, 

Mr. ft Mra 
IJilloger, Alfn-d 
gUMdl, V.. 
Kgetar, Fred 
F-t(Tl-rui»i; Fred 
EJMll, I), U. 



Henley, Tim 
UerU-rt fluliney 
Hnrrlo T. B. 

HnirliiKioii A- 

tain 

Jluhli-y. M. I-!. 
llntiHlitdii. Artli 
Ualollloii (leoll. 
llainlMTS. A. I'. 
If rlHTitlf , Fred 
Ilniiuiivt Melvlll 
Henry, T. 1*. 
Hnrland ft 

ll<>lll'--on 
Miini-y ft iJuKi: 
Hcffruu, X. II. 



Hlckc-y, Krnnk 
Hetlkel, tin). 
Peru, \V. H. 
Ueudft-MXi, 

Frank A. 
Howe, Kniext 
HiiyvM. Sully 
Hoyt, W. B. 
Uuutley* 

Moore Co. 
Ilornn, Eddie 
Hottati. KriifC 
llnrrlnglon pai 
liiivuurl. Frauk 
Howard A 

.Melt ill 
Tliillen, Jack 
HiirtHflonicb Chia 
Ilnyv*. Tommy 
llowhrdi Pane. 
HitrrlMii A 

SiillnTlaml 
Herald Ki|iiurv 
.Comedy "4' 
Byife Wnlt. M 
Iiihiiw, Artiim- 
Huldeii, Kenltll 
llcliert. Will r 
Hardy, John 
llowNrit a Kurih 
Huhlrouek (leu. 
Howard A Alton 
lliirrlnv.il Hn,., 

Htiiriiiidon, 

Mr. ft Mra. 

llinl-on rii-rt ft 

tleurgle 
Hoicaii, Krumt 
IlowniilA Mioler 
linn ft HiirrlH 
llotidlnl, Harry 
I in soi i. Burt 
linncrUt Mil*. : 
lrvimiil, Frtil J. 
JtH'l. Burl 
Jdiiv-i, J. A. 
Juliiinon, Jih) 
J i' in. In p. ft 

llrnlfron 
Jiirvtn, A. i;. 
JaimIih, J. M. 
Johiiaoii, Prrlii 
Jordan, J idea 
Jewi-ll, F. C. 
JiUiter, Wm. J. 
Jiilitiaoi), ,Iort 
JolmiHiii, C.i r roll 
JolniMun, t;iia«. 
lirlly ft Vlolette 
Kennedy FmlW. 
Keouli, Tliua. J 
KevK-y, Pua 
lieiio, Wm. 
Kino. Wi-leh A 

•Mi-lnis^ 
Holder, J. H 
Kvlme, (!. > 
Jvlrkuatrlek, 

John. Jr. 
Kentttiia. Three 
ICjili, J. F. 
Kiiiiii)), Hurry 
Kennedy, .lliu 
Ki-iiilinl, Chin). 
Kelnn. .Iliiiiny 
Kuril, M. J. 
Ihl'-m, Tout 
Kit 'II. Fi'Uiik 
Klinnlom, |t. I,. 
Kline. Km Ion 1-1 
Keuriuy. fat 
I.iillinoni, 

.Maukleli! 
Kelly, Clmnle 
Ktrlhtnr, 1^' J. 
Keiini'iiy, Kd. 
Kara*, Mr. Ourt 
Kala, Albert ft 

Fretla 
Kolil. Wis. 
I. a Vivu ft Crow 
l,u lifile. Win 
!,H!li;lr, Wm. H 
Unilil-ea ileo,W. 
Prstrr. Billy 
l.yueli. TIhin. II 
Leonard, J. ft 

H ii die 
T.an>la, 1. 
Lonu, Harry 
Lynn, Uux 
l.ei.'ml:'. Harry 
l.arldUH, John 
l.iirlnj:, Ben l\ 
I.avvrem-e' Hltmti 
l.loyd, Wllke« 
I^-in ft Adeline 
i.riiv Alex. Jr. 
I. ii vine, Arthur 
1,1 »e. J allien J. 
j>*ando, lieu 

Late * i.ueo 

J.iLiijilcy, I'rcil 

[.■:; !■■:,'•■ , Jollll 

I.Hll'iMe, Harry 

iHiilie. W. 

I.yiiuiii, II. t>, 

1.11 Me, It. W. 

Una, F. w. 

Mlhituw, s. 
Luhl ft Ceidl 
l.ii /.ni', .lonli, 
l.iitlier, Clydu 
l-Hiinuii, Bert 
|,i.niw, II. J. 
L» Itune, W. It 
UUtliimi, Frank 
l,j Ht-lli., Win. 
l.n H'i-.'. I'Vldtu 

I.. Hl-'IHTK. WlU. 

j..-ii ,.■!■, Frill 
l.w, Harry ft 

JaHle 
LalhroiH*. Hurry 



McKeeaer, C'lin-j 
Mur.lnill, Poh 
Momhelto, A I 
Mm-k, W. II. 
Mitchell, S. A. 
McArlluir, C i-: 
Mitciicll, Wr 
McAlinn, .In 
\larl.h- ft Mflck 
.Morrla, Leon 
MkCivlney. W.A 
■ l.v. Sitimie! 

hem* ltohr 
tin .laiiH-t 1' 

\IiioJc. [ \V. 

Melrtwe, Win. 
Morrlt, Stun 
Ma-t-Hiu, K. A. 
... H. M. 
M--t*ettl. Curl 
Mni-ve, Jink 
Mellanl. Leroy 
McNavlti, Jamen 
Mi:i.Mjii A, 

Mouurk'f A 

Smltti 
Median, M. K, 
Mtirtlit, S'onmtii 
Alo-tn'i-. II- null 

Inn ft MoMlier 
Mi-ii", CtiHK. ],. 
.May, Heruuui 
M.ii-tl-nll.' Jaek 
MeCartliv F. P. 
Murlde r.iv.i.v 
Mittut, W. F. 
Vloliley lUtaS'eltl 
fiorrhwey. Javk 
.Miller, A. At. 
Moyi'i-, Wm. 
Mnehtiley, J. T. 

llrCilllli, M. 

Miller. F. T. 
Myers, Ham 

Mereevey -lohu 

Mm |. In, Nk-ti, J 
Mill, Ale.; 
Myera, J.k< 
Miller. l.Oil 

Man, NK-k A. 

Mariln ft 

IthtKvwny 
MeNitH. I. 
M utility, 

T Fniiieli 
MeKemiu, Tom 
MeMulam, Tim 
Mai-altnll. Hen.O 
Mii-tcv, Kdwiird 
r£c*wM Fred I 1 
Mack. Jts> P. 
"Mnriwlltea" 
MilttiiWilii, 

Ft'iink A, 
Muruhy, II, 
Mi-Siea. J. V. 
Uiiek. PU-k 
Mink J. ftParrle 
.McAnlkin, Jul* 
Ulller, Billy 
Uii.-k, Uuht. B, 
Uuh-oliii A 

Mlievelte 
Millt'r 

(ll.tiid-euiT» 
Mardo, Tmn 
Mvilraw Iteruard 
iiiii|-li,v, MclmU 
Mi-l.iiiiL-.il I In Jim 
MeUi'lll TAHipi 
\i-i-ei-t. Four 
Nelauii, V. T, 
Nell.M. Pri'Qt 
Nevuro, JoiU'iih 

. Illl lit* 
N'l-l-ini. JollU 
NIUk- ft 

lliirtleintx 
Naatm, F. W. 
Niduii, Bnldiy 
Niched*, fit tirw 
Noblellu ft 

Miin.lii.ll 
Nt.rliiit Mr. 

I 1 .;-i': 

Ni.l.iit, Fn-d 
Ni'lciuia. Four 

t'oiiilt'iie 
Nolan, HiHitgu 
irvllle, cum. I, 

U'll.llllil'll, TlHI- 

U'Hiiru, ,lauir>H 
U'Pnimell, F. J. 
Oliee, Hlehnrd 

llj-j', JOMfldl 

iverloii. Harry 
Iweii C'tfll 
uTIititliiii, John 
HlKKltix. Jita. 

Hraan. Hen 

t'eai I, (1. i '. 
rlicxii. Kohl 



Hnniarna Troup 
UiwM-il, Walter 
Ituee, Jm-k 
Itl.hT, K. D. 
rtoelionliDlini. 
lloehetiliiiuiii K. 
Keader. Ileury 
Hire. Myrwii U. 
It iinen. It. V.. 
Kiiyninn. I'rvtl 
Kom;, .int-k 
Itumn nut, 1j. 
hl|>ley, Tom 
Uoaxalrv A 

Doretto 
ItoaH, via-. 
Rmmnnite Howl. 
Poiinti, ill'-ky 

k0»Hl, l.llU'l 

Ituaaell, U, J. 
l(« Id. Hul 

Key iHiltlP, 

Maxwell 

Iteene, llmvey 

Kl.V. I'. l;!|H. 

Itny ft Taylor 
Iteyivard, sir, A 
Mi-. BflJ 
Itoxrlle, \v. fl. 
Mlotle, I::. C. 
3u»ulim. 

Ilerloert If. 
William,, Mali M. 
ni'v. lii-i„-l,-v 
ti**nnuj llnryA 
Smlili ft tillUrrt 
Shlimimi, Ja-teph 
S|.'iuii. Pi run 

*tL-HII(l.tl. fell. I.. 

smith, l.e-lli- 
Hfmiiai. C O. 
Seaiitnion, A.L. 
Httu-xm, J. II. 
Simif. t^d 
Seottton Kd. I.. 
.-. ;".'U i.i -. Drew 
?ox". t'lttil A. 
Swru ft 

Wexltirouk 
Kheffer. Oi»l H 
Hlii'|i|iiivi) ftWurd 
Maundem ft 

i 'iij'uroii 
Stewart A 

Itiiyinmid 
Si'iitl, Julni 
Steele?', W. O. 
sti.hii, u.J, 

SIlRW, U. 

Sltlmller, l'nul 
SiiIIiijjvi- ft 

llrowuson 
simw. J. J. 
Setitnmi, K, F. 
Slivlaittet. 0. 
Hinli-y. Mr. 

\U Ulrlvfekl 
Mtmtri'M, MaVtlii 
rllati-r 4: Flnclt 
ytinkMi'«llii-r, 

Harry 
Stuck well 

Kdmond 
Sherniitu, Pan 
rklHfrff, H. F. 
4hK'ldH ft 

Hud Ken 
■itilllvnn, 0. J. 
Smith ft 

ltlBIli'llJU'll 

idly, ftittrite 
Smith, Bay 0. 
S rtiy fcr , J oft 
.Vulliimy, Sum 
.t «niii ft: I'owera 
Sin in t in i u, A. (J. 

shuiiU'wurih. 

Waller 
Sauiler*. Pet*. 11 
I'liiJhinwaii. Mark 
Tunirr Sfnrvel. 
Ti-oiimla li- lloyd 
Taylur, 0. H. 
l'lioni|noii A 

I.ntrreiieo 
TnlMii Chi;a.M. 
TlitjiiiMH, F. C, 

nmie, t. o. 

t'uklio, Jidtii 
Tli m-n ton, Jjh. 
Vim (iftii-n Bub 
Vnn Ki*hm, 

Uunia>r Co. 
tinner, Mux 
V'nrdiuuim, Mr. 
"i-iie 



Piirili-ii, Karl 
I'liik Krnent 
riliiKle Jidiimlo 
Price, Frwl L. 
Payne, Pllverll. 
I'ii.i|iietle, W.M 



WlNlem, I'l-nl 
WfiHlil. Heir. W 
Willi Inn I'liiH.H 
Woir, Frank 
Wai'liinelalrr, 

Aulun 
Witla, Nat M. 
Wiiimui. ftain 



I'lllurtiii, (>. S. Wit 

I'lK-l: ft Nolan Wul. II, T, 

I'lelicrl, Wlllla Willi In ler ||.B. 

I'otnroy. (J. B. Wesley, I Mill a 

l'«d. JCretl WmhI, Dm. A. 

IVIloa, A. I*. Win ten Wd. U. 

IVrrv. Jnlin H. WiKliinni, V. U. 

•nvlllii. Julni Wnlker, ChaN.I) 

IVlifold, T. J. Wtln.ler, \V. V. 

I'litlen ft Ferry wilmui. Itolairt 

I'uieut Joaetili Went, Jniuea 

I'l-termii, (Jarl Wealoii, Al. H. 

I M HkMMiar* > J Vleten ft llleii 

gtllitK, Mmlicy MVn.li-ll Norniau 
A Nlikermm VVlbun, (!i*y. X. 
'.nlliro'ie, Hurry iteyiuldH. Jim, A. Wl.llliiker, 
#v. Jut KiiyuiMid, Itayinoud 

..HtleHeld Clina. Ilaymmid P. WiiKtier, H, 

1. 1- Hoy, Nut IHtihy, Antuir U'lnlr-rM, K. 

Lconurd ft HtiMetto. Fronk WcWi, Wm. ». 

BaateCo Itynns, h. Yellou Pmf.fitli 

Lehman, Joe Iteito Penny Ymiiiic ft Ileury 

Lunelle Jack A. &Do VaU-, Arllnir 

Lu Pou, Fred del ft Pro*. Untune. I'klwiu 

Mnol;. Oaeur Knmltill, (ico, I* '/inner, Porrvit 
Keiio, Ueo. It. 

■1210 Mil in; AT iihaii Bin lint, 

^^* 

DISIItK I OT CUMMniA, 



Wtliter.- Jin 



J. 



WiiMlilnirlon — At the Columliln Tlieain 
(Luckull & HinntlliiK. umnuK'TKj Hie Oily 
HluilillUK CouieUy Moi;k «'u. Inat wvi-k rloaeil 
tin* most Hiicn-H'ifiil H'ii-Iiik iimt Smniner en- 
K'iK''nu>u( lit lite liNlory of UiIm [nt'iiiliir titiilHe, 
In "WlieelH Wlilitu Wlieeln." I-IxcelliMit lioiiaon 
all Ihe week. 

J.IINA 1'AIlK ((InirL-c IC, fJMI, fim tlltfjor). — 
Thin svi-i'k IHvelllt'H linyul Itullilll lluilil lioltla 
over lu Hie Hlii'll. and AIIjiih, Hn* tlifllt lupu 
uci'former.'ou tin 1 ulpiKjurriitie Mluj;u. 

OUW Kciiu I'Aitit (U H. Bliiiw, ainiiajter). 
— Tula nniKnlik't'iit purk, HiuukIi not yet com- 
[tleletl, la iHirtlitPy oui'immI, wllh Ha H10H. 
Kcrrla wheel, mj NU-rluim fiiveriiH, Hlieuiird'ti 
iiikvIiik iileturea, ule., nnU la nil i;ti iInk a 
Iiijk 1 ' iiumln.-r of vinllora. A Hcenic railway, 
shunt tlm cliuli'i, (laiurlnK pavilion, mid other 
V» rk iiltrntlliuiH lire In iirorenH of rmiHtrut'- 
iton. hut tin- plttcc will not luive IIm romiilute 
upeiltlllt 'till next KiiimniT. It la ii ink r the 
aiinie tiiiiniiKi'ineitt ua tliu Willow (Irnvn I'nik, 
near l'hlliiileliihln, nnd will he run ou tltw 
same iiiieiitlltl acaie. 

Cnnw CHAM Lakk (IlerlnirtClautle, tnnti- 
alter).— Tlii* Marine lUind (m'elloio couccrtK 
are atill urovtiiK « utiuiiK ilrawluy; t'liril, 

NftTR. — Frederick liiKcmnJI, uwrn-r anil <ll- 
rerlnr uf Liiun I'nrk. Iiiih aoltl hi h lutereHt 
111 the Niiiiii- In tin. 1 WiiHlilllKlun, Alex'indflii 
unt] Mi. Vt'rnoii Hallway Co., on whle.h line 
It It lornlml. Heorue 10. Hill will he i.ieiu 
RIC'iKi vlee U. A. WitnitT, who Ii.ih Itm art- 
polntetl iireim uueiit fur Vliufitlii IIulim-iIu 



cuiuIok lour. 



*» » 



MVIiVI.AMi. 

llnl i hit urv. — The hill nt Blerlrle I'nrk 

(Ht-l)onhvrKer & Irwin, mann'cori) tot tlm 
Mirient week lueluilea: Ktllth Ueleiin. Jack 
WIlHiiti mill roui'Miiy, Ahiliilluli Uiuttiera, 
Voting niul He Vole, ittitl lite He Fnyp Hint erg. 
Ilui.i.ii'.sv Htki:kt IfltWRi W. Wm, miniB- 
K>'ii, am) Hlnitey'a |ClitirU>K K, Illiuiey. mini- 
n«eij, reopened Haiui-dny, Aujr. 1. Hm for- 
Uier with "Tliu Mali uf Her Chuhe," nnil 
Ihe latter with "The Hrcut Jewel MfBtwr, 
♦♦♦ 

I.imii KBUBUi will Httir In "Tliu Dcllo o( 
thu Ohetto" thu coutlne beaaou. 



632 



THE UTEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August 4. 



Grease-Paint and Burnt Cork Removed Without the Aid of Cold Cream 




It criaily, quickly and thoroughly removes all 
trace of grease-paint, burnt cork or any other 
make-up, without the aid of cold cream or 
without the slightest injury to the moat delicate 
complexion, leaving the akin feeling cool, clean 
and comfortable. 

roi Salt BY DRUGGISTS AND 010CER9 



'WASH-UP" MADE EASY 




WILL DO IT" 



mr WE WALTKE & COMPANY 



Uaed and endorsed by the leading membera 
of every branch of the profession. 

We want every member of the profession in 
the United States, to test the merits of Lava Soap. 

Send us yonr name and addreaa, and we will 
•end you ABSOLUTELY FREE A SAMPLE 
CAKE OF LAVA SOAP. 

SAINT' LOUIS, U. S. A, 




Western Dremetic Agency, 

127 LA 8AIXE ST., neap Madison, CHICAGO, ILL. 

OFFICE OPBK FROM 10 TO 10. DESK ROOM FOR MANA0BR8. 

Managers wantlnir reliable people In an branches of the theatrical profession, write. 

HONEST BKALIrlfl. NO MISREPRESENTATIONS. 

NOTIGK.-RECOIINIZKD AIITISTS ALWAYS ON HAND Til AT MIB ABLE AND 

CAPABLE OF SIAKINO GOOD AT ALL TIMES. 

NOTICK.— Wa can furnish the brat dramatic people— LEAKS, llcnvlea, Characters, Juveniles and 

General BunlneBB People, Boubrelten, etc. Aliio Vaudeville and Mlnslrcl People, Song and Dance 

Teams, Sister Acts, Singers or all kind), Musical Acts, Piano Players, oto. 

EXPERIENCED CHORUS GIRLS FURNISHED. 

NOTICE.— We invito people Id ah lines or tlie theatrical profcsrtlon, that wis... first cIbsh cngagc- 
njentH, to call or write. p. jr. nmuK, Maiagtr. 



"W ANTE 13, 

REPERTOIRE PEOPLE 

IPC Alvlv r,IIVB<S 

For the balance of Hummer season under Hie ilnoiit pavilion thoatre ever constructed; two month a 
more In Cincinnati, Hum forf.y weeks' booking In oni;ra housea during Winter season, traveling in 
our own palace car, which has juat been completed. Show never cloaca. I want a (rood looklnK 
Leading Man with Scripts, who In capable uf Directing; hIho Olturautrr Uomedlan with SpedalllCH, 
and other Young People laAULIneH that are versatile, of good appearance and thoroughly expo- 
ricaccd In repertoire Salary no object if you can deliver the good*. Preference Riven those with 
(specialties. We furnish table board ottlj. Write qtiick; tell all Oral letter; no time to dicker, bank 
references. Address 

HOBIE STOCK COHPAHT, So. (613 Central Avenue, Cincinnati., Ohio. 



A. XV T" 3B IP 

CIRCUS ACTS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS 



Grand Circo Ricardo Bell, 
Mexico. 

Novelties. EqtieatriaiiH with owa stook. Animal Acta, Gymnasts, Acrobats and Musical Acta. In fact, 
anything and everything. Send full description of your acts in Krai- letter. Number of adults and 
children In each act. For immediate and future dates, addro«« 
__^____^__^ J- llARttY ALLEN, 61 W, 28th 8L, New Tort City. 



WANT FOR EDSALL-WINTHROPE ENTERPRISES 



TUB SOUTHERN MONAIlCIiX, 

BDSiU-WlrlTHROPB STOCK COMPANY, 

Playing Klnw & Krlunger'a Southern City 
Tlmrt Exclusively, Featuring the Vernu- 
tllo Little Actress. Miss PEARL WIN 
•riinm'K and llic Mimical Vaudeville 
Feature. "TUB THREE BYLANDS." 



SOUTHLAND'S I IKIIUTIiS. 

EDSALL-WINTHROPE COMEDIANS, 
Touring South io Florida, lu the Finest 
Jfrpilpped Canvas Theatre Kver Con- 
structed, Lighted hy Klectrlclty, Elevated 
Pressing Rooms, ray own. stop at ho- 
tels. Never Closes, Playing One. Two nnd 
Three Week Stands lu Cities. 
WANT THM FOLLOWING Al REPERTOIRE PEOPI.B that CAN ACT aud HAVK WARD- 
ROBE— 2 Hnfi looking young .luvenlto Men. 3 Young Heavy Men. with strong voices ; 2 Htra 
looking young Juvenile Women, 2 I'inno prayers, must read, arrange and transpose; 4 Ro- 
bust Charncter Women, 1 diameter Man, 1 Souhrctte with inwiaUlua, Comedian with spe- 
cialties, :t (Jen. Uushiesn Mini, with sppclnltlcs, 1 Gun. Huh. Woman, 1 Versatile Sketch 
Team (dancers), 2 Al Agents. Hulury ond nerreiituge on openings. State full and expll- 
clte particular)* ns to age, height, vvHght and lowest, pay own hotels. Tickets advanced, 
■f wo know yoti. Cllatou Newton, lieu Howe, Hdna Hidgi'. iVJll Avery, write. 

. W1NSTQ1V-8ALBM, N. <?. 



J.W.Gorman's Park Circuit 

VAUDEVILLE ACTS. INCLUDING HEADLINES. 



Six to ten weeks. 



J. W. GORMAN, 1W> Hoyiatou St., Ronton, Muss. 




scr nil Artist, Stage Dircctur, .singlo and Double Vnmtevlllo Aots. Rood Vaudeville People, write 
^ ^^ R. W. MAHKi*, Manager May A. Del Marks Co., Perl h, Ontario. 



Wanted, Strong Cen. Bus. Man 

Capable playing .tight Heavy, Al SPKCIALTV WOMAN for Light Jnvonll^a and Ingenues, 
or VAVDKVILLK TEAM who can handle above pans. Stato all, age, aleo, lowest figure, 
experience. No Hum for utiuecoseay correspondence- 

THE LORNE ELWYN CO., 

"Wilmington, vi,, wttftk July 30) Rutland, Vt., w«»k Aug. tt. 



FOR SALE or ON ROYALTY, 



NEW 



COMIC OPERETTA 

.FOR VAUDEVILLE. 
LEAD. SINGING COMEDIAN. FOUR SOUBRETTES. 

Will permit of beautiful staffing and costuming, although not necessarily expensive setting. Exceeding';- 
oomlo situations. Good music. Oriental dancing. Is a high class work and will undoubtedly make the 



HIT OP THE SEASON. 

WRITE TO W. REEVES . ■ • ■ 



NO AGENTS. 

BOX 1411, HEW HAVEN, COM. 



JACK ALLEN'S MINSTRELS 



ALL KI8DB Or HOSI0I&H8, BASS AID TBIOB S1H0EBS, 0O0D ACTS rOH OLIO, 
TWO GOOD BID Ml. 

Stat, .alary and |iay own. (H'KN iiinuha )lT<iv, N. V . slcl"!', ;l. 
JACK ,\L1.1,%, Ulnglimiiton, N. X. 



MAJVAGERH RE>P. COS. 

AT LIBERTY 

THE GREAT CARMEN, 

HOOF KOM.FIl, 01.011 J L'nlll.EH and UOUHLK II ATON SrINNRIl, olOSlDK Bel Villi a new and nrlRllii 1 

novelty BlronK onongli to roHtnre. din ohnniic dnrhiff week. Close In ono not) plnr EmBll nana. . 

Per. add. MM AMSTK11DAN AVK., NEW YORK CJTT. 



1111*01 EDO CIIBDI ICO clnl "' """""i 0laM ' Knl'lat OlobM, Hooiw, 
JllUULtKaa ,\UrrlLlfca>a>wlreir.lli.ni'ipp>r.tii.,RonianAiM.iUm P for 
WWWUS.B.IIW WVI I bslakaW catalog and Bat. mv, t.u Vsat, otnotana^o. 



II-lllE I. 

WANTS 

Scenic Artist 

AT ONCE. 

Tall, Handsome Woman 
for Heavies. 

Other Repertoire People and Vaudeville Acta 
taut can piny responsible partu, write. 
W M. CItADOC, Cumberland, Maryland. 



United Htnteii Tent anil Awning Co., 

Randolph and Union Streets, CHICAGO, 111. 




CIRCU8 CANVASES. 



BLACK TKNTS Oar Spcrliilt). 
SUM: SHOW IWIMlMiS. 



WANTED QUICK. 

ACTORS and MUSIOTS 

IK ALL LINKS. 

Tuna Player: also Tromnonc iiiat van play parts, 
8 iiibrette wfili strong Specialty, Man for Juvenile 
to piny double small nit. 

QUB COtfAtJ. 7ft Plyrnouth Tlace, Chicago, III. 

Wanted, for the Original 

Williams Comedy Co., 

JUVENILE MAN and GRK. UUS. No time for 
correspondence. Wire nul'k. One with specialty 
preferred. Other usofnl people, write. 

T. P. DeGAKFURELLY. Mar., 

London, Ry 
Wf-ek Aug. 13. MlddlBBlioro, Ky. 



WANTED, 

TWO Al DRAMATIC PEOPLE 

To strengthen show; alBO Tuna, Slide and Cornet 
tor H. Prefer those doubling ntage. Thirty 
weeks' work. J. QRIK8B, Fertile, Minn. 



WANTED, 

TOM PEOPLE OF ALL KINDS 

THAT DOUBLE BAUD AND STAGE. 
A year's cngugomeut to the rlglit parties, snow 
□over oloae.. 

MOR. UNOLE TOM'S OABIrJ, O»lonn, 111.^ 



WAItTKO <H If K, BV 

SP00HER DRAMATIC CO., 

(load All 'Round Actor. Must have Kood square 
unt and modern wardrobe. Work wherever cast. 
Join at oneo, Stato height and weight and lowest 
salary. If you don't want to work, don't light 
h ere. Address F. U.8P00NER,San Aiitoplo.Te x. 

WANTED, Al PIANO PLAYER 

AIho All 'Round Singing and Dancing comedian, 
SKETCH TRAM. Oliange for ten nights. Twenty 
wooks 1 work; ten people; now under canvas, 
Beating a thousand. Join on wire. 

DR. DAYOLHHASALA. 
Box 282, Minneapolis, Mlun. 



Al 



WANTED, 
VIOLI IM 1ST 



SEPT. 1, FOB HOTEL AND THEATRE, 

OREENSBOHO, N. 0. 

Accommodation very beat at hotel. Address 

0. II. KIAil, Unreliead Oily. N. I! , 

Care ot AtlBntio Hotel. 



AT LIBERTT, STOCK, 

MARSHALL THOMPSON, 

Characters and Comedy. Address opelousas, I,a. 

™ SIX 



WONDERFUl, 



MAMIE FLEMING CO. 

Season Opens Sept. 1. 

IIIIIITrn CAPABLE HEAVY HAH ABOUT 5-11 TALL. 

W U N I I" 1 1 WOMAN FOB HEAVIES AND 2D BUSINESS 5-5 OR 5-6. 

IT Hll I LU alOSICAL DIRECTOR THAT CAN DIRECT A ND ARRANGE 

ALL MUST BE THE BEST, WITH EXCELLENT WARDROBE ON AND OFF. 

Also want Partner for Strong. Refined or Comedy Musical Act. One that can play High Class Mit*lr. 
and having pome Instruments. State full particulars. OTHER GOOD REPERTOIRE PEOPLK 
write. SEND PHOTO. W. H. GRACfiY. .Manager, 

Hotel Fox-fescue, Missouri Ave., Near Beach, Atlantic City, IV. J. 



CA 

EOPLC 



ENGAGED FOR 



RICE & BARTON'S BIG GAIETY EXTRAVAGANZA CO. 

Report for Rehearsal MONDAY, AUG. 6, 1806, at 10 O'clock, 
HABLEM AHCADE, 3d Ave. and 124th St., Harlem, N. Y. City, XT. Y. 

GO. 

Eeport for Rehearsal MONDAY, AUG. IS, 1808, at 10 O'clock, 
2362 First Ave., Between 120th and 121st fits., Harlem, B". Y. City, N. Y. 
P. 8. — Can use a few more good strong acta; also first class chorus women that can 
sing ond dance ; woman for character parts, also a Spanish Dancer. Call at 

HOTEL TRAFALGAR, 14th St., and Irving Place, N. T. City. 
N. B.— Acknowledge call to 13&S Broadway. City, N. Y. Boom 10. 

RICE & BARTON AMUSBMliNT CO., BICE 4 BARTON, Mgrs. 



CAPABLE PERFORMERS WANTED, by 
HOCAIM-SALROY STOCK CO.MSS! 

Al Leading Man, S. and P. Comedian, Stage Director who plays parts, Hale Nanfst, Advance Agent, 
H, and I). Houhrette, Child. Other useful people, write. Pay own hotel. State all in first. Photos re- 
turned. Mlsreprenentatlon means close after nrst rehearsal. Answer hy letter only. Wm. Orlamond, 
Frances Shine, A. B. Nice, write. Address W. A. HALUOY, Room 3, 1804 Looust St., St. Louts, Ho. 



Eiler's Rip Van Winkle (Western) 

Two Cars— Winter and Sumnit r. Wants Nick and Sailor, double horn or B. Drum In band, t™ 
loin ot once <wlre). Also ltlaca r-'uee, Irish, Heavy and Juvenile Loading Man, Clanoncj, 
double Btage. Olhcr Musicians. Two good Bill Pouters to loin KING Of CA'ITLE RlNf;; 
If I know you. "No Boor.ers." CHAD. BKNNE'J"!. Or 



it Oninlui, Sent. 8. Advance fare If 

THE l'OUR BENNETrs, let mc ha.. . 

Neb.. 3; Julosburg 4, Ognllsln 6, North rtntte 8. Permanent ndda-css, Whlttemore, lowu. 



OPEN TIME AT BRISTOL, PA. 

A No. I TOWN, fTOR 

JHELODMHl, 9HT.STML, COMEDY OR REPERTOIRE. 

Factory town. All working. New ones building. Town booming. Theatre entirely rernndple'l; 
:e 40XW, height 22; capacity 1,200. Pop. to draw from 22,000. MGH8. OF BURIiBSauB 



COS., write. Yon can pack them. 



OHAH. U. RURNS. Mgr. COLONIAL THEATRE- 



WANTED. FOR J. RUS. SMITH'S 

Murray Comedy Company, 



LOOKING MAN. 

For Juveniles and Light Comedy; also oeneral Business Han wit'i Strong Specialties. Glad to MW 
from first class people at all times. Must Join at once. Rehearsals start Aug. 6, Sprlngilcld, Ohio. 
Address J. KUS. smith, Grand Opera House, Springilold, Ohio- 



COOK BROS.' SHOWS. 

PEOPLE FOR TEN NIGHTS 

That can act, do specialties. YYant a complete Co. for No. a Show. Shows both rnn tho year around, 
flood salaries to good people that don't get the hunk habit. No parades. FOR SALE— One New Hiibh 
nrom.fot of Neir Uniforms In first class condition. Will buy NEW CANVAS OUTFIT suitable for 
Ten Mglita Bhow. j. M. BUSBT, Gen. Mgr., permanent, Pnna, III. 



P? ll !5.» s "R ,!n " ,,e ' I,0 " e " P'sstlquo and Statuary Groupings for the LA ROSE ELECT RH; 
1-OUMAIN. Must have good figures nnd habits. 1 furnish all wardrobe. Balance ot 
sensou North, and Florida resorts for the Winter. Add GEO. LA ROSE, Peru. Ind.. July 
10: hankakee. 111., Aug. II; or ROBINSON AMUSEMENT CO.. MISS LA BLANCHE^ 



BARITONE, TROH1IONK AND DOIIBLB DRUU9 

forSNUIERBROS.* BALL'S WILD WEST, Must deliver 
tbegoods. Address J.E.UATE80N, Wcaton, Ohio, Aug. >■ 
Mcciurc, Ohio, Aug. o; Liberty Center, Ohio, Aug. 7 ; Delta Station, Ohio, Aug. 8. Jim Charley, write. 



"Wanted 



AUGUST 4, 



THE 7STEW- YQ^BK €MfPER; 



•633 



KMCOrivi staff fuf A. H. Woods I Martin 
Herman, general' manager } Joseph? Byron 
Totted, st«&» director; Alexander. J, , I'ol- 
TOck, press r*[irefi*otattvi : llalph Kohl, office 
fltftfetant. Vbt Mf. Woods' mNW attrac- 
tion* tbe following are engaged: F. V. Husey, 
iimiuaKm- ; Jiihn.t ainpMl.liiisinesK - roan agar ; 
•■Toe' flambler ot the west.'* Date Posner, 
Calder. J bualoeas mROnper ; 
lie:" i. K. Rober is, nrnni.- 
...„. business manager; "Queen 
a 'with "The VolunteeT Organist;'* of the White Hlaves." Robert Goodman, maa 
riiiabeth Jamison, Rdtvln Maynard. Anna nger : Saju Dcssnuer,, huslncsa in a anger ; 
n'Nelll Altec Brabam. Frank fond*! hr and "frertha, the- Hewing Machine flirt." B, 
Joseph' Crelghton, with WagenhnU & Kemp- o "-' 
r . .Gwendolen Brooks, Woa. Arnold, Jos. J. m 



tuor id of Players 

. «\QA0EiifiST8 MAD» THROCCH IUrl* & 

Btowua : Adcle Bemlogton. Lawrence Coever, 

(*d th Eleanor and Saw • Uoodwln, with 

^pilntlDg the Town;" Ktbel Crotfeil, DWo* 

ihw Hwrtlwrne and Lulu Mar*eL for '.'The manager: ratal Csld> 

rrtnirow Girls;" Burdcci Slaters, with Earl "Chinatown Charlie:" 

Hurras P. W. Carpenter and T. II. Bur- per : Frank Barry, but! 



D\\k Sfeuioim writes concerning the Uow- 
lind a Clifford attmrtlyrw; -For tie proper 
presentation of the sensational elltma In act 
5. of -the "'biiDtoifl Detective.* the lions, 
Toby and Netty hate been purchased) oat- 
right. 'The Phantom Iietectlve' has many 
other startling novelties, but tlii» Is the fear, 
urc, and Is expected to eclipse anything here- 
tofore ■ shown in the popular price hniis**. 
Loretto. 'lb* I*iou King*' has been .engaged 



UaudeiMHe and mi ns trel. 



Brien, manager : Harold Levitt, business 
manager ;. "ConfesBlons of a Wife." K. ■ W. 



Roster and Notks VMM W. S. Clark's 
Jrhhkx LlUBA Co.— The season of 1UUB of 
the ubov* company will sea one of the best 
and largest ooatfMkltt la the Eantern wheel. 
The roiupauy will bo equipped, with entirely 
new scenery and costumes, and tbo electrical 
— „-„ effects are. ttoiiteouH. Two eutirely newtbur* 
to appear In conjunction with the lions and , (mfl * ,. Tue i^onograph 8hop." show- 

will t>« awdsted by Mile. Vein. A striking . **■ ■ t reproduetltS of a pho 
line of paper bus been procured, and a com- 
plete scenic equipment provided for this pro 




iiTrea Wilson, "with" "Queen , of the White 
slaves" Co. T Etta Jewell. Alma FlcWrd, Aaa 
ltlitel and Adete Adams, with Annie Kusseli.s 
Co- B M. Trueadell.wlth W. E. EmerBon; 
Frtncei Vaughn, Marie O'Kelfe, Emily 
Schomberg, Vina Hammond, oaylord' Hur- 
uck Harrison Greene, Pan-American .Four, 
Lals'y Dlekerman. Helen Bagley, Mabel £,.- 
nott Wanda l'auli. Ethel Earl. Vina Bergen, 
Margaret Waddell, Violet Jordan, Helen 
Huhf. Dorothy Bthl, Wid. H. Stanley.Thelma 
favlor Jennie Harrington, Mae Allen, Vesta 
Wrede Bijou Claire, Helen Parker, Helen 
Drew "and Mayo Sbcehan, with "Everybody 
Works But Father" Co.; Lydln Valentine, 
Mnv Callan, Irene Kreltter, Gypsy Mooney. 



manager; rN. J. ( Schlo«s, business manager; 
"Tire -Power of Money." Al. Rich, mauo- 

ff.r : a. M. Collins, bualnesn tcanager ; "Tom, 
tick and Harry." A, J. Pollock, managp r ; 
J. A. Lawrence, business manager; "Secrets 
o! the Follce.", Clifford Blandish, manager; 



duction. The piece plays uothlug but the cir- 
cuit time,, and open*. early, In August. at too 
AlhnrabTfl Theatre. Chicago. AH the shows 
approncbltiB completion, from n 
' and the casts are about 
Deal, Hinge director of the 
stock, has gone to Toma 

_, for a week a outing. He 

will- I'oiLiinue with the firm auVither season. 
'- with ltowlnud and Cllf- 



Hmn noHj^un W. WOfVf Bia Cirr 

MiKaTkBLS.— We dptaM our ninth season ou 
July 23. at rxrafn, 0., to a packed Mouse. 
that had been sold out two weeks ahead « 
the opening date. Manager Vogel has aug- 
ment ul bis cinupnny this season , to nearly 
sl3«ty-Qve person*, *ltu many new rVnrufn 
mmibprs and some ne# comedlnus, retalping. 
however, his forniet end men. The flrst part 
this sefiHon Is entitled "The Cryilal Palitce. 
nhd i-onslntH of an entire singe netting of 
ilnetling beads, hung In uortlere fiiehlon, with 
intnlatui-e electric liimils twlukllng among 
them. This set was built In thin country, 
though the material was Imported from Aus- 
tria. Tho electrical effects were designed ntid 
mude hv a tlrm hi Uerlln, osjieclnlly for Mr. 
, s Vogei and are pronounced by the uinkWs to 
niftdsioue and »mn Hodn, wilt make their kVtha most expensive and liemitlful ever went 
first appearance lu this country, coming dl- mil ot their hout.e. The ovation given on the 
rect from thelc aucceksCM at the lirury Luiio rlM of , ll8 BriU r.urtnln was the greatest ever 
Theatre, London, Bug. The cotupauv will „iven nny attraction lu 1-ornln, aud the audi- 
consist of: Ida (lludstoiie. Sato Hodn, aid » nL>0 rc , ireBI )nted the ellio ot the city, beside 
llniter, Fannie Fedder aud her Jersey Hoya, i inv i 0K tji e niayor and the board of nideruiea 
Woods nud Green, linker and Roblnsou. Jrnnh DrC4C i7t. Manager Vogel will follow out h la 

mi,.. D-Kbll. nml Kn^blliv- I'lilllllA Ward. r "Tl_ ... T...,.L.I«m ih r ,.n,.l. >l„> inlitrl'l 



Jng* au exact reproduction ot a phonograph 
store on Broadway, with the phonographs 
Working, aud records aud machine* In WW. 
The closing lurlesqitc "The ltde of I-emon, 
h Ktfl funny, aud glvc.s the comfdluns planty 



In imt funny, aud given tL, . 

of opportuntly. Two English pevfonuers, Ida 
** "* ■ ■ — « *— Hodn, will " 



Harry Earl remain; 

to«»/iw;wnhBtandln« rnmorRtothacOTtMrT. Mll i e r.' Fmnklln and Hucklt-y, Connie Wnrd. ^ulnV' rornT' working IhnniRh Hie mldd'o 

Sadie Marlon Is to play the title role In the Anna Jlmoks. Mac Morrison. Dell Seym our; SKSL Auteani for as Michigan, then back 

Eastern 'Dora Thorpe Co. ■L^ Peatl Roblhson, Marie hoblnaon. Martlla Bn- t tn0 ].; fts , en , country, playing lu all proba- 

^•w^ifiK»Lffj»«i5B«5i co^^^^i^rihrsiri^. a^%sw^»«W B^er s^' 1 " ,or ffi h,tMmm ""' 



pleasant. Summer engagement. Owing to the 
persuasion of the people, the stock company 
will- remain during Hie Winter. Mlsa Leigh- 
toa bn» become a prime favorite with the 
people of Albuquerque, and Is putting forth 
every effort to please. On the occasion of her 
presentation of 
ovation, and her 



cult role was moat favorably commented upon 
The raster of the company is as follows : Hill 
" Webb. W. E. Nefl*. E. 



nlsb, business manager ; "The Mysterloas De- 
tective." G. B. McDonald, monager; Frank 
Gana, business manager; "Fallen bv the 
Wayidde.'* Fred ' Harvey, manager Thalia 

Theatre. ■ 

Tom AtAiiKs, who has been playing a sum- 
mer engagement through Michigan and Min- 
nesota, carries a first-class baseball team 
j a ae Mayo and Claire Gordan, with. Melville with tho company, and has a challenge out 

Raymond: Slbel Guffney and A. Blancbfleld. in every city they vlelt. The team lines up StmSTiUT'rfo fe iei', „ 
Sith Woodhull's "High Holler" Co. ; May as follows: W. C. Jones, George Steer, Ar. gS^g S!fca1i7 Ilriin ?^Mu^h3o\ah 
Marlon, Phil Mathews, -Helen Vernon. Ethel nold C. Baldwin, Chris. Allen; W. f. brog- gWgi, 1 RSS^S& H W Byrne aud 
F*w«tt and Allc* Scherer, with "Davirs kenshlre, Sam Archer, Albert' Hyde, Danmr f}S^SHJBSS^Wm l»tf«aSI TaS 
AuctloS' Co.; Pete Parley, with the Ford- Gun* and Tom Marks. The company, -Mr. IfglEAgK TntlllMl&TtetlOlft W* 
hVaV Stock Co. ; Al. Itlce, with John Grieves. Marks writes, has been playing to capacity Oin Reliable nntu .mob nay, an 

Fbom Ak-oBLt's CoMeiha-ns (SouthetMj.— all Summer, and-is boohed for retut-n dates 
We closedra highly auceesafitl season of forty- in all the principal el Hes- visited. 
nluc weeks at Nevada, Mo., July 14, and re- Tom Mova has signed with A. H. Woods' 
open Angi 12, and play about the same terri- "Chinatown Charlie'. Co. 
fori' as fast season. The company has made 
many friends on Its first Southern trip, and 
uroaiiecfa look brlkht for next season. A 
number ot the old people remain. Ed. C. 
Nutt, the manager, is busy having new seen. 



Miller, Martlc Stokes. Tlnlc Kohs, Anna Fuy, 
Anna Ford, Frank Dewltt, property man ; 
R. P. Hreenhalgh. musical director ;: C. I«y- 
mnn, electrician. The compauy will be under 
the inanagement or I. Krohsln. 

Eixiott asi> Nwf repurt big success with 
Camllle," she received an ... . „i n yi ujt the parks this Sum- 

Interpretation »» *het dm- *££ an * d Tlnst 'week were at Tnluquvgo. Park, 



come guest when it does arrive. 

David -Hi Boikh writes; "I_have ajgned 
with Al. W. Marlln'r " 
Co., to play the part 



played this part for the past three aea- 
■na With great success. We open about 



J. II. Fm, Gebali> was called to Bridge- ^^Vffh areat success 

ton, N. J., by a telegram announcing the w*J *}."> * nai succesa - 
severe Illness of bis father, who was stricken Km- itaiiiiiavkb writes that he Is summer 

with paralysis on the strectH of Brldgeton. .."SiS tS& ^ E<toond/ at Undsay, Can, 

Mamok Stanley, leading lady for "The L^rSS! 1 alW *- lM $Py* » 



Bllijr Ibi'lr (iwn n«n«H." vvtlli- tlint tli«y yva 
t.«vn pluvliiK with nreiit sue'esa for ilie Wnt- 
.rn VnudBvillu Munimerrt' AskocIhiIoii. 

Jonx Jiu. wri.PB: "Wi> ava with rilm- 
mi'r'x Park Co. tula Sununvr. Slmw lliilig 
bin" 

wr«A«u and UttMOIt, umalcal coiupillaiifl, 
have Joined lianOj mtatu. aud wrlti' tbat tber 
are ilnluj t'lflitoan mloatei or baruvny ana 

C °M» /' Bblmust, Uavlliu rloneil her fourth 

Biicwstfiil inn Willi, tbe llowaiil Stock 

Co., nt Ilinloii, Maa»., openwl lu tbo 1'lliuinot 

I'ark July u. nuil reporla niwitliiH nitli .iic- 

to«h. Slio will do* at llrldileBort, Conn.. 

Aug. 4. nml begin rotwaranln Aug. U wllh 

' ■"IBCT I.lllea ('■>.. with whh'h ah» la alsnei 

Bontirt'tto roll's anil €lo lu'r ,anpi..laltr. 

.» Kiuatu Is at rnrn«on Park, N»n- 

I no wltb tUe Horry Bryant Show ngnlli next („,|, ( ,t iipm-i.. Musi., nud report, tbat bual- 

season. 

Hm 

Jack, 



Attkburo. Maaa.. with lloiky Point, Proyl- 
dcoce, and blani to fullow. Thjy have 
signed with ltoblc's Knlikerboekers for nelt 

Se GKO.' X. Wiutos writes: "Since • t cloacl 
with Harry Ilrynnfa Show I have bPi-u kept 
busy playliiB UuoiWer parka. I ini all booked 
in until tho show opens B^aln In AilRUSt. 



writes: "1 have signed w ' » " |r nmMe De MonvlTle, goes with « tbe Vise 
".'" ;"S C . l 5,. To .h.*.. C -Sie New Vo k SrodnclloL, aild'l return to n)» }J' f , , 
t S.;'.S," , ™:.'K,H W !S.: «W standard, a (Icriiian nnuologue, u one ^ c » 



H*nRl UoNr, manager for the trnrke-r '"»(,,! (iib'aud, one of the very few anrcen" 

...cka Co.. writes from l'ninesvllle, l>.: '«o fl|1 monologue wowen, lias In preparation a 

2* ,»'"•;'''"'•, '*&&•£ \Ji"i^l: 'and "reletting things In shape for. ilext season. ^'Vinologne. »h» bn. uot " 

Their cottage Is on the »«f«Jl TO fSS ""* "» L'"tker Jacks ptomlMa to lie one ..£ „,„,„ Oilunor lust, only In trove 

llshlng Is grent. Little hthe I rod bet two b w( TOmplln | M „„ lh o road. Thoro la M „. ASB MllH , ubi Sll.w III 



nut recently 



. lost a week 
vel. 

nform us I bat 

play Itlalro Musla 

- -hat 



ert painted, and next season we go out with rtogers< Brothers In lrelandT" who has been 

SHSSlilH Bffi^^^*^ ^^^^^^^^ BEB^i^^W aa^^.rain, 

*#£ &a*fiy*m*I^J*™^^ ^Ak^JL90m^!!L3^SSJ^i World's |m^--0S which opens »!■■«- ZS-*&OirmEm. Our oTlo of »W Stii? vTk, T&SSSSm, where 

e held over for another weak. 



Violet Le Cleare and Jessie 



neta Salisbury, 

B Ch*rles Count, character cctor, wrltee 
tbat he has copyrighted a new comedy drama 
called "The Coonti'y Editor," and two com- 
p'lules.wlll ;be launched the coming seraon 
playing North and South Carolina, carr, ~" 
Special scenery for the entire production 



North and South Carolina. carr;iug 
uptiai scenery for the entire production. A 
*^-"- |b tho .way of advertlnlng tvHI be revival of Sol Smith Itiiaaell'i "A Poor He- 



hla brother,- Jules Judels. He will atart re* 
hearsals Aug. 4, with the Catherine Pnrnell 
Co.- ■ - '■..-... i ■ . l i ■ 

Tbh '9AttA MacDowald Co., In "Adrift in 
New York." direction of 1. E. Ackerman, 
opens In Baltimore, flt Blaney's, week ot Aug. 
20.' , ■ •■ 

Let! D. ElLrwobth will be featured 



pu"aTl.tt^urg. ^-'»i» "J-"!,-*' fp"e t ."n.r.e«"Tere"ne\,r-™i* SS SaTS Sw^ffBS 
Uoland U, P»«y. """l'*^..?,- 'iJ^'SSl great rhom,, will have tlie desired effect— .,{„„. | Io „. K 
agent l Wrest Stanley, J^dwnf^ fotn «,„,, ra i urn , ff„ m ,h« boj olOee Tho pre.- eimia Aug. 4, 

lllnslrels Aug, 7. ror mriy weiss, anw- 

nic bis novel spei'lrtlty, tlie r'uiiny lli'y llnbe, 

(liuauial Kt, UuAItt Wrltto friun Crorii, 



aamva'n.'lWSoott," John H.t'umpaoii. Jean ffiSLgja f, [ or a 8m) d aruson. 

Rowley. Joe Doner, WJIlle Sheedy, Charles ">f , }■ HAnvBY writes: "iUoa. l'rosto a»d I 

Hodgea. I,. C._.Martln, Mae Joyra, Ajlee Jfere- ,„;« illasorved pnrtocrslllp, and I will Join 

if" John W: Vogel's Ulg Minstrels the coiling 1 



next season, Under mnnagement of 
& Davis, opeblrig Aug.. 12, ' ■>■ 



,u old faahloned ioitntry newspaper, sent latlon' 

out as a herald, pobllsbed dally and edited Eugene- 

by the country editor. ... ,\ Notrs raolt lllB.B0N.s«tt,HTOclc Co^— Wo 

Notrs and ltosTiiu of the FttANC.fl GutBNB are organlnlnp. and will open In David City, 

Co"-— We clone a seanon M thirty weeks Aug. Neb, Aug. 22.. playing through Nebraska, 

1 and will reopen Immediately. Roster : Iowa and South Dakota. We have a nice list 



FriUKla Greene, On* K. iMacDonnld, Itoht. 
Hnzlett; Victor Fauat; Lionel Paris,. W. H. 
Kent.v.Ved Alvord, Will Cowlea, Mnttl, Mac- 
Douold, Blanche Hanson, Minnie Thorne, 
Mrs. Cowlea,' Baby Cowles and Alice Greene, 



of fair flate. for our opening this season, 
and will feature Lucas< and Lucas, In tbelr 
novelty acrobatic specialty. We will carry 
twelve people, and: make- three night and 
week stands. The Cmiter reaches us here 



Mrs COWieS, liaUy COWICS nnu A, ICC \iienua, wees Kltlliux. am,, LUli-r.M iruun un irc... 

All -people will-- remain : except - Paris aud on Saturdays, and we are always glad to 

l-'ausf, who linve signed with Field's Mln- get M. , .. 

atrcls, add VKlug of Tromps.7 - ^ J ■-:■ LftHXAta. A. F.MMERT asd wife (Mlna 
Notes 'mow tjie "sly Wife's Family Co. arifflu) have Just closed a auet'essful ten 
(Western)i W-. BlcUowan, mutir.ger.— we are weeks' engagement with Oscar ft Cook's Ma- 
li- our forty-seventh cobsecutlVe week do not j Mt)c g tack Ca at- Klkhart, Ind. Mr. Era- 
intend closing, and are booked solid until fflert WB , dlrectlni; the stage. Mrs. Emmert Blanche 
our opening of, the regular Beaaon In august, doing all leads, ..Tbey, will take. a two Weeka' 
We feel,'conudent that wo are entitled- Jo re , t , before opening' with the Datrymple 
the record tor keeping out a .trlctiy flrat Comedy . Co., where Mr. Rfomert will direct 
class attraction llfty-two weeks without los- tlle plage- and Mrs. Emmert will 1 be featured, 
lng a night, nnd,- above all, cleaning up. a TBt! gistEaa McCohkeu, will be strongly 
good proht, on the season. Credit for this featured by Is M. Hoyt and Fill f^Vy. late 



Hodgt-n. , 

dlth, Nellie Doner, Anna Ward and net 
Sheedy. "A Wife's Secret" Co., tinder the saute 
management, begin. Its season at Columbus, 
O, Aug. -2.4. with the. following . roster : 
Joseph Mount, manager : C. N, Button, agent ; 
Clement lirrwioan. George B. CeUBur, Wat. 
J. Bhnv.- AHdn jst- JoTln, Tommy Toner, 
Frank Edwards, W. W. Newton, Grace Hop- 
kins, Winona Bridges, Anna Little nnd La- 
tent: Dudley. ,. ■ 

Tub nrfl Orano 'IH»at«b at Ilcndfrsoo. 
N.- C, with a seating capacity of Sou, will 
be completed about Oct. 1. B- B. Aronson 
wlll.be the manager 

. Kd. HtflMStiAW, Irish comedian, hna signet. 
with Vance &■ Sullivan's "The . Burglar I 
Daughter" Co., playing a part and doing spe- 
cialties. Tbe past four seasons lie has been 
wltb the Jas. 11. walilck Amusement Co. 



will close. wltb llnrgrenve'a 

Aug. 4, nml will open with HI llenry'a 

Minstrels Aug, 7. for roily weeks, Inlrodilc- 

"' ; <!B< 

llullv'la. S. A.!': ••just" a few jlnes to lot the 
•Isiys' know what n lively plnue Bolivia Ib. 
1 linvc traveled all through It. Afler leav- 
ing toy partner, Monterey. I Joined rt small 
circus In Chill, and nfler playing for a few 



hid FKnv, of the Fern, Comedy Four, 
writes: "I have signed with Wine, Wouinu 
and Song Co., lo play the lend and work Willi 
the quartette lu the olio. r 
itnfse 

mnalr7 a'iiii' biisineBa" ti ~S preVarutlbn for [ u Vre J 'lV"iu>'7irilronif'lo'''tUe~lnti)rlor. so It 

took one buiiilri'il iiutlea for cargo mid per. 
toimcrs. The life we led wtfa not the best : 



. The Four act u „„,|| m lu .llficront rltles wc slnrtril for Ho 

promises to be the greatest singing and h,i„. mir llrst, Junii. was to cocbnlmmlia. 

cotnfdj four Hi tlie _ Western wheel. All nyw i: vpi-yi lilug had Id be carrlrd on miller 
music 

Tnfi Verno:. Sihtbhs, Amelia and Kath- 
ryn, will sail for Kuropo Sept. 28. Their 
otject, they write, Is to afltls an estate 
vvtilrh they Inherited through tho death ot 
flielr tincle, Dr. F. II. Mver, In Paris. Jtatli- 
ryu Vernon, nfter a relapse from a surgical 
operailon four months ago, has fully re- 
covered her health. -... _ 

John asp Alio McDowell were com. 



must be given our able manager. Mtt. Aic- nutnaget. tw Chester De Vonde. Tney are to after an extended cohsultatlon between 



be glv 
n, . who 



lug 

produfjtlou 

Aator Tbe 

production hen been under way for three 
years, a series of peculiar Incidents have de- 
layed it. The announcement was only madn 



Gowan..wTio lor yearn successfully ha.tdhul „| a ,. a n leading rolfca In the productions 
the Walilck attractions, and this being bis w bfch will he stlectsd tor the beneOt of their 
llrst ventnre on his own account, It was oalf ability. - Their specialties will also be a, 
natural to suppose, after Ills many yenis-ol strong featnre. 

Caklrton Sistehs Co. SdlEB.— The Curie- 
ton Sisters closed their company at Grand 
Valley PSrk. Braatldrd, Can, July 21, after 
a prosperous season of eleven weeks. They, 
Kranklyri Vail ant! P. S. Wltbnmi Join the 
Myrkle'Hardcr Co:, Eugene J. Half, taaoa- 
ier, to resume thelrforier bosltlous— Hazel, 
for leading soubrettes : Daisy, for Ingenues 
' .for-.leadB, and 
chafactera. 'J. 
Irvbag Southard And^wlfe"^ Etnme^ Salisbury 



the productions w fl tsh and her managers, and after she 



tlirru are no liolela on the wny, nnd all you 
meet on tho mud are Indians nail llamas, 
but when you nrrlvn in a clly and your net 
is gond the people certainly like you. When 
1 .Till my Solto da l.n Vidn,' for the Brat 
time, the people went wild." ,t 

ilKOUim Balsto?., atnge machinist (of 
Loml ot), has signed for tlm cnmlng season 
with Marry llrynnt's llurlestiiiers. 

Al„ Hi lIBI.riilli nrrltos: ''Wo have soma 

good lime booked. Including Pastor's, N. ¥., 

nnd tho Hownrd, Boston. Our act, 'The 

Tom BatbMas hn» Jttal llnlsbcd fourteen i r |, tt polttlcluu,' bus been revised, nliw 

successful weekn wilt, the J. F. Harvey Co., „,„»„ added, auc, la making good My wife a 

nud Is resting until the week of Aug. 20. ■ „uuoge from a llowery girl to a Fifth Avenua 

- gUCBSIllfl." 

j anu B«r,r,A Dottn write 

met Willi big BUUCSMS sloct, 




L.j» nud Is resting until the week of Aug. 20. . oHuoge from a How 

!fi„ Xotbk p«oji the new ulltlstrel orgonlan- |„|| |, re p» ,bem gi 

"P? tlon, to be known as Bryant's FuinoiiB M n- KMt onronm 

„ n °, Blrcls.— Next Bcuaou will llud this now mln. tbat llioy liavo m 



... Ilnd this new rolB- tbat they liavo mot Willi big success sloes 
signed a, contract to continue under their Btr0 , or g Hn i 7 ,atlnu uot In the rear, but In tbc coming Kast, presenting thulr novelly act, 
dlrecttoa. for. a term of years: '- • ' froht rank. tl. W,. ringlehrelli, who has been introducing trick. dniin.nlnx on a gold uriimj 

■ un. In vaudeville. Thny were well 



lyoke, Mass. Mr. Leslie is one j or lending soubrettes: Daisy, 

linns of the company, add reporta Bnd hoavlPS . Frahklyn Vail, 4 

ilbv great aucdess. 'TnM have P . g. witbam. for principal 

B, «:■ Whltney.'a "Isle of Spice 1 i rv vng Southard Aid wife. E: 



-.-. who hna been introducing lrlck.drii.ninlng on a gold drum. 

FiiAMK Mills has been eugaged at lead- , |i aver ij. Primrose, Dockutader aud ,| le on |y una In vaudeville. Thny were well 

lng mnn forOlga Nethcraole In her next tour. tnn flfli class couitianles, will lie luftlmger, received nt llurtlg A Benmon's Itool (Inrdcii. 

" S. NoaTHBDU hfls been engaged by the BiBBiifi S ami ititeriocntor. He Ims iii-ho. N . y .. week of July P, and htlve slgnsd 

doted with him Hurtle Melliuru, wljoso with llurtlg ft Seiinoii'a Trnnaatlalltlc Co. 
reputatlOu Ih very exleunlvc as a black fan f or „ext aeasoo, 
conicdlnn. A challenge band will be carried, 
nnd the dally tmradc and open air concerts 
will bo a fenture. Ou barada the mciubuca 
will be attired in full are»» uniforms. Ihu 
first part will be » maalerplece. Tlie cos- 
tumes worn In the llrst part wlll.be court cos; 
tutues ot all the world's governments. Thd 



cxp.Honce, that he would Bcore a success 
lorbliUBelf. Next seanon ;Mr.: McGoWan will 
have several nttractlons on the road. Includ- 
ing two "My Wlfe'a Family" companies, 
both playing the Western territory. • 

Ma. and Sibb. Jack l.osL.E.who ha-vebedn 
in vaudeville, are playing at Mountain i'ark 
Casino, Holyoke, Mass. Mr. Leslie l.r - ■ 
of tbe comediai 
meeting With' 
clgned with' B 

Co. for next 'season. '' .....-,. «. a SouThafdV Ifty off a few weeks at Mt. Clement, j/TiYfleu, Harry Moore, Andrew MacKnight, u|E' Wt iVcompr7M »«« of"the beat acta pre- rXiinH7mMe"io" il» uii 

" No-fBd from HoitT'a Comedy. Co.— -we t0 eD j oy tnb bathf , there, pwvloua to re- Joseph II. IJenner, W. A. 'laylor^John Mo- " nttA . n vaudeville houses. TUe paper will S? | (1 n uttfl fjelKtwt 
ns t'hrll jolhltig the ThoB. B. Shea Cd. ■ , -a Keuna, Lauls C. Tenches, Juggllorf L>e Lisle, ^ „f upeolal dcsi K u. There wlfi be two g^Ju 



Shaberta for "The Hornet's Hpt 

Clara Marnts!, who -algoed a contract 
with Lew Fields, has obtained a, release, and 
Will appear In '"love's Lottery" under Alfred 
E. ■- Aaioa'a mandgemehi. She waa Mine. 
Sl-Ihi ma na-lle Ink's understudy last season. 
II. .W. TAiLon, manager of Taylor's Stock 



Co., hflti signed the following people for next 

oh: William Dale, Ken K Urbg, KrauclB 

* idreW MacKBlght, 



acasoh: 



opened our nrellmln'.try season July 



Casino Theatre, Keokuk, la., -td over three swkely, shii-man & Co. lSotils. — Ar- Al. Anderson, J. Hamilton Oolncs, Ajine Ivua, 

thoueAnd paid .admissions, the largest num* rnngementa have been made by which tbe cavrle t>e, Kthel Hnmrlck and Zula El|s- 

ber of paid fldmlfialona at one performiinee „.,,_ ^.p^^ DoeheBJf of Devdnahlre.'r by worth. Nine players will ho 111 the repertory, 

ever la-.tte Casino. Our business haa been Slra. Chas. A. Doremus, In which Sweely, with - seven vaudeville acts. The tour IB 

very large, and we remain one mora week, shlpman & Co. will exploit Hoselle jKnott booked for a Heawm oi thirty-eight *«■••. . 

We have • the strohgest company,' both dra- tIle com ing season, will be novallz6rt, and Jno. P. ltoowpi (basso), formerly or tne 

matlc and vaudevilTe, we ■ have ever carried tne D00 Vf placed on the market by Messrs. team of Talbot and Itogern, will aUrt re- 

(eighteen people.. Our plays are -all new fl roas ,t & ihuiiop. la conjunction wllh the hearsaln with the "Mttle Jack Horner Co. 

lo repertory, and ore all scenic produetlona. tmir Tne gju,,, „ rni h nf , n i HO arranged with julv 30, under the management of Melville 

Notes mom An. W. Martin's "Umclh tne a^ye mentioned publishing house/ to jj. Ra) 

Toai's Cabin" Co.— Kverythlng Is - prpgreH- . tiace the theatrical cdmona of "When 

lng Ih the fine shapfi at the headquarters or n-nighthood Was" In Flower'.' and ."Dorothy 

the <fhow. The new scenery It* all built, ana Vernon of tlaOdoa Halt" upon the market, 

will be n revelation to theatregoers. A num- Harrv M. Baylor, who was 'Stricken with a 

her of novel scenic features will be intra- t \\[>i\'t: touch of paralysis two months ago, 

dueed, and Manager Martin will have the nn j nn( , since beea under treatment, at, the 



tiHonta ahead nnd u force of nam asslatfliit«. 
The general press ageut Ih Harry Hra-tlngei'. 
r'rellniinary fletalls will bo -rarrled v**Wff 
their hvidquartera, Jtiith Uulldlng, Clnclh' 
jiiiti. M 

Batkm ano Kbnb«t, Oermfln conieqjahs, 
bare signed for .next seasoh Willi • red ir- 
wia, through Wilfutn & Klynn, of New York. 



Noikb r»0H Dukcak Ci.AnK.— 'Wie "Mr. 
Booiey of Ireland" Co. will open its aoajpa 
early In August. Duncon Clark's Lady Min- 
strels Co., »"pt 3. the Kailtlle Hill Co., Oct. 
J, and "Tho Claim Agent," Oct. Hi. " . 

IliiiKUes abu LAUHouuBnk have sinned 

with tins illll'e "HmBtt Wet" Co., Mini 

ii old woman iiiuriUici. 

u strong lend fur Mr. 

Hodges. 



nVDiond. 
BILLI MiKWE 



wrltea : "My 



vaudeville 
season 1 



vrlu, through 
Cuba Evblyn 



riie Military Maid," te- 



Bll, TlfAIItlU AKIl llBLENB Timi.B write t 

"Wu «ro lu our null. jv*»h with the Jli;o, 
W. UudUu's Tllltls'B tMyuliilo Show, Ml"* 
Tnllle'B dogs lire innklug a b g hit thriiiig t 
Peiilisylvaula nnd West Vlrglnlll. Wo will 
lake u Kiinrt rest the last of August, at our 
home, Llnesvllle, Pa." 

IIabhv TiiiiHHOH, lu hla monologue, IB 
featuring a new Hut of songa. lie writs* 



go ..with W. F. Mnnn r a production of .'Ab 
To(d In the Uills,' doing tlie black face role. 



eeni Iv uuderwei t a surgical onerntlou for that hl» bookings for next mason are lleiirly 

anftJdlcltli f In i Hie Massachuse^s liosnltal, compieted, and Tie Is to prudiico a brand HW 

Hoston. and will aoou leave there to begin monologue. ....... l- m 

hw sei \wh work 5 V.lAemim, nf Albert Jncuucs nnd IJro,, 

D ^. ltw ™ u .?_"v.. k- b ,_. o^i,.v,n,i *t.ai. ,...i,«. ,i i i,„ ^jiu ovrrcolue by the heat 



best production that he has ever had, ana p^gt.flrndiiHte Hospital, announces his speedy been ■: 

that Is saying a great deal. Following Inst recovery, and will soon he at -his desk again lteved 

year's successful Innovation MdUager Martin j n connection with Hwcely, Shlpman. &■ Co. end tl 

will hot have dny parade, but Will still teat- Krnest Shuter, who has done excellent work of mu: , 

ure hlB Peerless Concert Military Band, lr¥ , t jj e ^minei,!, department o( the tour of composers. American composer: 

which will tbla season be again under the n 0M n e Knott the past season, bns renewed Ushers are concerned In tbo measure, because 

direction of Prof. Woody Van Anda. Par- „,„ TOntrac t with Sweely, Shlpman A Co., or recent yeors much American music has 

titular attention will be paid to Ihe cost, t0 0( , t „ business manager In oxploltlng been stolen and republished here. 

Which will Include flfty male and female rtoselle Knott In- "The i Duchess of Devon- chuvbial .Hbrnh bus been engaged tor 

nctorB, selected Irom- the -beat lalent. Arlj s bire" the coming Beaaon. tbocast of "Told In t be H 111,. ■ _ 

other feature which will be used again, will i^m James announces that ha haa con- Mr. abu 'MBB, H. II. Iiivino will appear 

be that of an all white company. . when Bnmma ted IiIb arrangements for his coming as co-stars here in the ball. 

Manager Wllllaths llrst proposed this Idea toUP | D "Tha Merry Wives of Windsor." clipiob CBAwrnsD has arn 

last season, the kUoWlng odes predicted that opening the New Frlck'a Lyceum, lied Bnak, tisatlon- of " 

the innovation would not be practical, and n. .1., Labor Day, Hept. 3, the tour wllL extend ..pi. lu Tales 

would be abandoned before the season was to [be Pacific coast, returning to New York "Miilvonev I 

half over. The success- of-the show last year i n Anril. to inaugurate an: Indefinite engage- - 

was unprecedented, and tbe management laid mout'here. Mr. .latncs wlll.berthB lolly, flit 

It to the new methods employed, therefore flnQ - flirtatious Sir John Falstalf, and wilt be 

lbs saMo' policy will, be maintained. Maha; a bij assisted by, Nellie Mcllenry,. who hns 

Ker Martin looks ■ forward ■ to a Heoson of been specially engaged for Mistress Quickly : 

Biicceas, both nrtlstlcally and llnnnclally. The ApUle James .will, be tho. -Mlsti'ese. lord, J and 

season-will open Aug. 8. nt Peru, lnd., onU charlotte Lambert the MlBtress Pago: Nor- 

tbe tour that follows embrocca every large mm Hnckett plays "' 

ter.Pag. 




during the evening performance <m HBtllrday, 
July 21, at tin- ilrnnil Oiiern Ilouss, Pitts- 
burg, p.. They Hnlflli their act with it 
■triiuk mfslery/' 111 which Mr. JarcJIles IB 
iiauili-ilircd. iilaced III n tfiink, and a ciiuyaa 
cover Ih wrunpcil nruuttd thn triltik, innklug 
It almost ttlrllght, After Mr Jncuucs dls. 
covered that bis brother had fainted he hart 
Hie curloln MM «nd, with the usslat- 
aniw of the performers, opened the tl'liUK 
nml found lallxi iincoimelolis. They worked 
over hlin fm' over an liuur befom reviving 

l'aiibivee a»i> Urn tale J.ibi closed ii Hiuh- 
mar Bonson of fifteen weeks nver tb», X, C, 



cltv and town In tbo country. ■ Aronsou, Master l ( age:Wm. Clirystle Miller, 

David BWisostos Is spending his vocation justice. Shallow; J: Arthur Young, Platol ! „, M ,i«i, «..T,n« 

ot his fruit farm at Orlnaby, Can. c. D. Burt, Ilardolph. and IJIIInn Lanmster. nobert II. Mantel), 

Al, E Bavlobd musical director of tM Hwccl Anne Pate. -The production Is brand c.aub Boubi, w 




Joseph Hii- 
Mr. Crawford 

Madahb 
With the 
some year 
or J he act. 

BMT0A i - - 

la a uew piece doting next acanoa by David 
BelaHio, <■■ -■.■*■. . L 

Iiii, [a* KlNuRBunr has been engaged by 



in Kinn-Nbbb write: "At Oklahoma, City, Kglritvllgiulr.il Co., fn 
■riiiav lilglit, July IS, Molis. Klus-N«r MS, llluylng the kiisl 
ned on urgnn on his chin, while Mils, houses. 



Graud Opera Bouse, Syracuse, N. Y., and M w, and. will, he massive and complete 

his- wife, Mabel Btnnton, ate visiting their every detail, while tile costumes and ejubel- 

dauglitcr In Syracuse MI.B Stonton has llahmcnts will be historically correct In the 

been engaged for the "Sam Houston" CO. last act (Heme. Oak) some startling nnd 

'I'licv will lieturn to New York about 'Adg. 1. novel electrical cited* i are promised. _ 

Mh.mied FLottA, Who haa just closed a notes i rami Tim w, KJ"*«> B '™*>— 

long aeasoo In vaudeville, which extended to Barry- Cboote, who was with this company 

the Pacific coast; linn been engaged to ploy ihe past season, remains with „Mr. .L ewls, 

the part of Mantle Modlgln, In tne new lb. 

alcal production, "Panhandle Pete,' which 
opens early lu August, with JOUiea Hnrrl- 
gab. "the tramp Juggler," Ih tha title role, 
ltehearsala begin shortly, 

CIIAttt.ES E. KI.UllIDOE. lor ii»v J-:"." A"- " ■" 

Zeke HwntieV, of the "David Hul-iira" Co., ntttaotlotl. Bonier: W, P, I*wls. Horry 

I « returneT to the clly from Sarntoga cboale, W. B: Darcy. «us Rapier, Bar Par- 

Burinis where lie has been spending hi. v.- rlsh, Ross Wlnterateen, Albert VoDlmka. 

caiion ■ • • -' Chos. Johnson. Karl Sinnstury. Iva Lewis, 

E arthPA IticiiAnnKos. who formerly wa« LiiMno Montrose. Jessie Rapier, Vlolett Iladd- 

wllh tbe liaker-Vnnde- Co., le resting: at ley and Baby (llndys. i • ..• -■ ■ 

Rocllestcr He joins' the Cook A Harris Co:. 'emjIETT 1.1TTLltll.v, for ihe past ten sea- 

n August, ^fc»r>rItown. aud will pilot boo. agent for the Frank De'luium Co 

be comnniv ihrongh the towns they played closed with that attraction »la)r 18, and 

ait ra™ Ml. snd Mrs. Cook are at ftylvar. joined the Guy Stock Co., In the ;..<.■ 

._.... B^b. .. — any. y e report, jrood business in ^rtbern 
.ana. 



will support Bertha Kallch, 

Jameb Bi.akel>:v Arrived from Europe July 
ill. and started lu rehearsals with "Tbe Little 



on I 'i 

Khf»">«r pTayi!JThc"'snflM,for7twb minutes. 



... Ilie ilermilll "cotundy 
ilstcrn Wheel of liurlcsi|us 



'llils dented unite u bodioHou." 
lltiMBB anu Lewis Inform us ihat they 



Cibil Maiidb will preaent "Trlplepatte 
enjoying Ihe best of health.- So far our Tristan Bernard's futtr act piny, at rite Duke 
KunliHer season bns been both. pleUBODt and of -York'B Theatre, London, In September. 
nrotltalilc, and, as a rule, our mammoth -.riie Hcapegrnce," with Poullne Chase, will 
waterproof, tent is crowded or well illlpd be used as a curtain raiser, 



are not with the (leu. Adams Pniiioiulmc Co,, 

bv J Hartley Mnnn.rs. nnenln. on tbe road opening July. -.1. at Kig.in, .in., win. i 
aboni Hept, 10. 



(i.Tga riioit 'run New Ywik mibbtiiklh, 
— Ililslness la ntlll gsoil wltb us, There h.ve 
lieeu very few cliiltiges In tin- rompntiy from 
Wluit It wua wbuil. we storied out. Prof. 
Joe TebMlnat hmi left In Join Bench A How; 
' libici 



, :,, o en' the road ^Xokla fir next season 



er's Klluw, nnd III Ills 
llurr, who Is leading 
Pi 




. wa hava i'rof, 

he baud. In n very 

ruf. Lancaster, our or- 

(ieo. 

Still 

MS 



.. , ■: : ,', ..as been engaged. by Charles 

CliAht.nB CeijiMme; fot.fijj! year, the .eawn^Mr. Lewis wlll^put^oujj^one ^ght n. . Dillingham for one of his new produc- 

l'lw SnOBBnfB will star Eddie Foy next 
season, in .,"fha Wild and Wooly lioy," by 
John D. (lUbtrti 

MELUOL'ltNE M 

detective. Jatert. In sul 

aye. In "Law and tha Slab," neil season. 

RuOBBB Cowlb^ will be In Marie Cahlll'i 
support, lo "Marrying Mary," 

CM.. T. AltBTOB bBC 

(Jreen Room Club with 



Beach: Mr. Dofr, the musical director, it 
hta home lu Defolt : Geo. Shaw, at Coopers 
town, abd Sam Shaw, at Oneonia, N. Y. 

DASibr, E. HAblon has been engaged for 
Ih, pari of Saaballat, with "Ben liur," for 
the coming seaun. 



uaclt 

MbT'ano Mbb. fbbo MtciBB ha*. , signed 
for a term of years wltb Walter. A affttuewt, 
to be iUlred lu a rural comedy drama, en 
tttieii "H, Town CIowd," 



"obS"" cibeX" 1 ' writes; "I am now per- Hil£n bus "muiie fbr iiiniseif a big homo out 

fertlhir arrniifteiiil'iits for Itumchlng iny new here, anil wc nave booked Ihla niuuliy for 

«nnw .be 'fwentlelh Ccdrury Vniiilcvlllo nelt annum. ,, .,. ., . 

Star.' orand Pantomime Co. and. Moving maiicblw A»n ItBnTiioi.i.t. wlih the r bc- 

Plcturt Show. I feel confident that tills rnliotlc cncknluos, nrrlvcd from llrnr.ll re- 

Bimw will ccrtaiiiiv prove the novelty show reatly. . . .... „ L 

Ttnoalre, wllh ih" Wc oiolU muvfug pic- IVim.B pLAriKfl OtiiBrio Beach Park 

ftres lam gi i da to inaugurate an nlwolutu- Rochesler, N V„ Oac«r Paul, bnslui soloist 

i »,w Idea whfih will prove a refresliltig ot the I'aulls was made ..Master Mnsot, 

$£&&&&& »',7t ISSi- '*•* B ^ °' W """" BK Suin^^^uKlle'tt m, SiiunV 

? 2ffijS.*^!*Sl* l0 Vo«" coffioffinBI™ ! repatt. fneetlhg wllh Hoi.ll." Co., for the Winter .season. ... __.. 



ilAcDowKii. will appear as the 
iort of WIlloB Lack- 



O'Bbien A^n West, pt-lnclii'il Irish nnd 



WtlSory r of"! n .%..g?»x« York & «S3 iveMluV ^^^, ^ „ ^^^SJ^fLU The- 

ZSRsrjsi'siT-'*'*- m£mlmfiP n * &£ifflB^&>° ; ™ 



634 



THE NEW" YORK CLIPPER: 



August 4/ 



J. B. DYLLYN 



*w*Eator, 



THE PLAYER of many WJ parte .who never falls. Did you sen '•LTTTSJi JOHNNY JONE$» aW. 'THE 
"TDTHE 01KL"Co.r Two entirely different roles. 

If yon wl»h the other nuraitcr, I can fiend I! to thee. Cn-Hsn Bays: 'I 



.ny 
BAHX AND THE OIRL" Co.? Two entirely different roles. 
"Tncre am I waiting at33. V yon winri the other naiaiwr, loan send lit* «... 
wonder wliatliaa become of tlie man Dint nas the Monr 1 Hesald: We the only thing for yon Is to 
gel a little mn w|tn a company of 2. then yon can fool the Irish and wont bave to skidoo.' My 
agent won't let me." Permanent a«MreH-, HOTEL MAIlIA, 133 W. 41at St., Naw fork. 



Jni.ra asm- But Oarrihon are malting, 
elaborate plans for their novelty production 
of "Hamlet,'" wrlttim by Will t\ Cowper. 
.Mi. MM will assist Mr. Garrlaon In di- 
recting rehearsals. Mr. Garrison will 1m- 
porsonntc tbo melancholy Dane, and Mrs. 
(rarrtaon will be the Ophelia. They will 
have npproprlato costumes, original music 
and Bpeelar scenic and electrical effects. 
There will be tbreo people In the act. tne 
seaaon opening at Hyde & Bcnman's, Brook- 
lyn. Kept. 17. 

Will and Mat Reno write: "We have 
been In toe Kaat since June 4, ami have brcn 
going merrily along. At present we rue 
playlog the Alf. T. WlltoH park circuit, and 
meeting with nnccess. Wc bave signed wir.h 
tne r Bdwin Barrle Stock Co. for next nettmn." 

Jambh A. Studrick, formerly of Walters 
and ShaoMck, rcporu meeting with good 
success tbroogh Oregon and Iffabo with his 
eccentric monologue act. At present he Is 
■rm the Young circuit, and haa six months 
booked ahead for his trip East. 

Thh Topbt Ttjrvv Trio how concluded 
seyenly-nve weeks of iracc**ss/ul engsgrrarctfl, 
.thirty of which were played in California 
nnd the Northwest. 'Iticy hare rented a 
85HL 'arm at Port Angeles, WaHh., In tha 
Northwestern extremity of the United States, 
for the Hummer, and are apejidlng their time 
■hunting and flablng. The trio will icanme 
roali engagements in October. 

. DimiNG THEIR BNOAOEMT.WTf flt the Novelty 

.Theatre, Oakland c t!oJ. ( Dave Morris, of the 
.Broadway Trio ; Harry La Koln. the Amer- 
Jcan-.inp juggler; and the McHenry Bros. 
ilP*27 ftJuJ f,fanIt ) ww InltJated In IxmIrs 
No 26, of the T. M. A_ located In Oakland, 
Car • 

WALnotnw akd WmTifBT write I "We lust 
closed. ten weeks In parka, and are spending 
our vacation at onr florae, Imlay City, Mich. 
V-o have signed with F, W. Marks 1 No. 1 
Show for tha regular season, which opens 
Aug. 20." "^ 

. Chas. JoBBAir writes: "I am at pn»Fent 
advance representative for the Holllnprworth 
,Wwlns Co. Wn have played a very BiUTesKfol 
season in Texac, playing the prloclpaj purlcs. 
We are In Ansttn until July 2D. Opened Joly 
8, at Hyde Park, and plnyed to S. R. O. tha 
iirst week. After our engagement here the 
■company closes for ten weeks, when we will 
,nold i-cboaraals In New Orleans for tie com- 
l Ing snaron." 

Thb Two Macks. BBslsted by Alice Kellogg, 
will be eeen In their new act next reason, 
'Who* 'a the Odda," written by Tlnn Clayioa. 
They ore rehenrsiag at Atlantic City. 
. Jl.dw.iho Wai.dma.vn. the RhskespearesTi 
'actor, reports meeting with sneceao with hia 
condensed version of "Dr. Jekyll end Mr. 
Hyde, ' la vaudeville houses an the Pacific 

'COBSt. 



Frank CooMnn, for two yean stage man- 
ager and principal tenor with George Prim- 
rose, will next weapon enter vaudeville In a 
ono net musical comedy. Mi. Ooombs la at 
present engaged as leading soloist oa tho 
Steel Pier, Atlantic City, ft. J. 

The BMH8 Trio write: "We hare re- 
ceived our new comedy sketch, entitled The 
Yellow Streak.' Tho sketch, is very strong 
In comedy Hue*, situations, etc. we will 
produce It early in September. Our new roller 
bkatc dancing will be a thing of the past in 
a few weeks/' 

"Carlotta" has returned from her Sum- 
mer vacation at Richmond, Vs., having signed 
for the eoiaiog season with B. Id. Forrester. 

Nat S. Jk&omk, "Oar Yiddish Friend." 
writes that he is now In his ninth week In 
stock at the Trocadero Theatre, Chicago, and 
haa Higned for next season with Fred Irwin. 

Dick and Auck McAvoy have been spend- 
ing the Rummer months at Toronto, Can. 
They bave signed with "The Peddler" Co., 
which oners early in August. 

The Bo-iifmian Taio write that tbelr new 
net, "A Model Ron," is a big success. 

Rgo. W. Hvsarx, ventriloquist, Informs as 
that he Is booked up solid. 

Ella Frascis and PAnoHTER ("Llrtte 
Trixle") are upending the Summer months 
In the mountain? of Colorado, after flniahlng 
their vaudeville dates in the Northwest. 

Jas. A. Fitwjhraxd, baritone, aaa returned 
to romp's Pavilion, St Loula, for the rest of 
the Summer «ea£on. 



4'» 

OCR AUSTRALIAN JLKTTERi 



rUOii OLTt OWN COBKKSFO.tPRIfT. 



DM and Wiuios were encaged as a 

peclal attractioa at Jloiwrnftre Garden, Far 

tockaway, after which they make an ej- 

'tensive tour of the h«ft houses. 



-spec 
.Bad 



.„. Brach & Bowers' Hamni will open 
ibeir MM Aug. 7, with forty of the best 
^people In the business. They write: "Our 
•show will be one of the best on the road the 
coming Etason, carrying a big baud uud or- 

i^mH AKD Ha ssan write: "While playing 
with Pain's 'Fall of Pompeii,* at White Cltv, 

.In Chicago, Chaa. Hasaan met with an aecl- 
iSFi cislocnting tluee tlugrrs and spraining 
.hia wTtst, through whieh wc were obliged to 
lose two weeks. However, wc opened In 
Jianiyis City with the frame ahow, nod rejnnJu 
two weekfl, after which we play the Uopkios 

►circuit of parks." 

BtjpwoBTB and Wrlls. comedy sketch duo, 

■closed their Summer work al the Crystnl The- 
atre, bt. Joseph, Wo., Salui-itay. .Inly 21, and 

■Immediately Biartcd for tbelr home at White 

.•iJcar I^ke, Minn., where thev Intend remain- 
ing until the latter part of September, when 

'tbelr Fall and Winter bookings commence. 
1 hey will have a now comedy sketch 1o offer 

'coming season. Chne. Lrmden Carter has been 

-com missioned to write same 

Boo McGinlit writes: "We have terml- 

I Bated a flue var:ttion at our old home on 
Cnlifbrnla Avenue, San Francisco, and go to 
hrinU Cruz, Sauia Harbara and I,os Aogelrs. 
,Wo will <ipea our sruson at Glasgow. a?ont., 
Aus - \\ S" Dln y ^r old lerrltory in Mon- 
tana North and Sooth Dakota, Alhcxta and 

JManitoho, Minnesota ond Wisconsin. We 



Sydney, Jane 12. 

A capacity audience witnessed the per- 
formance of^The Little Michus," at Her Ma- 
jesty's Theatre on Saturday night, Tha at- 
tractive duets sang by Margaret Thomas 
and Florence Young are especially' note- 
worthy. "The Little Mtchns" Is very popu- 
lar, nnd Is expected to run for the remainder 
of the season. i- ' 

At the Theatre Royal, "For England" at- 
tracted e large audience on Saturday.' Fran- 
cis Ross, Hanie Ireland, Messrs. Baker and 
Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Bland Holt' are 
chiefly responsible for the success of the play, 
the laat nights of which are now announce*!. 

At the Criterion Theatre, WKIougbby nnd 
Ward's Company, headed by Grace .Palotta, 
are aa popular ea ever In "The Man From 
Mexico,' the humor of which Is keenly en- 
joyed by vast audiences nightly. V 

Lydla Yeanwins-TitUB ami Leslie ' Harris 
are Just concJmrlag a succeasfal season at' 
the Potaco Theatre. Leslie Harris Introduced 
several new nketches on Saturday' night, 
chief of whieh was "Twenty Minutes With 
Some Notable Rntertalners," with examples 
from the works of Corney Groin, George 
GroKsmltb, Albert Chevalier and Mel. B. 
Spitrr. The Blnglng of Bosbui M ■irhamu.a Is 
also a feature of the entcTtalnnjent..-! ' 

At the Tivoli Theatre, on Saturday ■ night, 
a oew sketch, "The Late Lamented, ' was 
performed by Blake and Granny, and was 
much appreciated, the theatre, aa usual*- be- 
ing crowded. The prognimme this week also 
Includes* the. Masoa-Keeler Co., the Mlles- 
Stavordule Quintet, the O'Natla Troupe- of 
jugglers. Mile. Omega, also a newcomer, and 
Alice Face, a specialty duncer. 

In Melbourne all the theatres were well 
patronized on Saturday night. The Ameri- 
can comedian, William Collier, and hia com- 
pany, enlered on tb* last six nights of FThe 
LUctator," at Her Mnjesiy*8. The Brough- 
FletnmlngCo, scored another success at toe 
Princess Theatre with "Little Mary," which 
was produced fur the first time In Melbourne. 
Win. Anderson hit the melodramatic taste 
with "The Death or Glory Boy«." at the The- 
atre Iloyal. The bill at the Opera House Is 
a strong one. Alexandra and Bertie, aerial 
performers, end Vaaco, "The Mod Musician." 
being exceptionally good, while West's pic- 
tures aad the Bresclaus are doing excellent 
business at the Athenaeum Hall. 



Tn Old Rrliablb weekly. tmnU* DrtnS 

nas been oognged for this aeajion to do her 
rag time piano novelties, and Bongs and 
danoes, st aa increased salary." 

Mblvillb anh Azbj,l*i have purchased aer- 
ernl vlllnge lots at Gram Lake, MJcb., and 
nrfl building n business block and Summer 
.come there. Thr-lr art la booked nearly solid 
tor Dext neoson, npeolng In November. 

Ediiir Wood, formciiy of Wood nnd Berry, 
MM Jack Inglla. Into of tJie Big Three Min- 
strels, have joined hands, and are doing a 
comedy singing, dancing and talking net, uu-1 
■ meeting with success. Tula wenk they are at 
• JsunneJly's Casino, Kontb Beach. 

Blanch Lathi. i. has closed a siicressful en- 
gfiLxment on the Flynn circuit of porks, ond 
will return to New York July 31, to start 
;xehenrRnlo with Billy B. Von, lu "The Krrand 
■Boy to play the rubo girl, the part tho 
created. 9 

■ Aokrs Maitr, "The Aoacrlrsn Tommy At- 
Bag. after closing her mason at the Ma- 
lesiip Th.mtre, Chicago. HL, haa gone to Bca 
Bright, ML J., for a rent She will remain 
there until Sept. 15, rehearsing eonie new 
<lancea for the romlng sea-swi, 

Tub i Musical wolfbr. Hen M. and Mamie. 
:jiave just tlniBhed their engagements over 
the rnydeji RIJou ctrcutt, Tliey plnyed tha 
Olytnplc, Springfield, m„ week of My 23. 

MCWA M l lMtf A w Informs ua that she la 
still making a tremendous hit with her nov- 
elty Buster Browo" net. After closing the 
present park ecneon she will again take out 
her own company, under tho management of 
the Majssrk VwdsalBs Co. 
. Noth 1 from J. K. DunLBT's "Nrw Dark 
Town" Co.— Wo are meeting with good suc- 
cess around Chicago. Wo openrd under tent 
here July 1. This Is onr first trip Rsat. and 
wo «.' , Df ,n ttl<1 « roiln d I** <^ity until Sept. 
•-V w "' OIWn - 0,,r regular acason about Sept. 
aC, and play through tho New England 
■4>tatrs. Our lime )• nearly all filled. We nre, 
.having our car overhauled aad repainted. 
We parry thirty people now and will carry 
thirty-five nest RtM Wa played Uuoii«h 
South America lost season. And did ytwy 
well. Many of the company sro from there, 
and they will be with ua next senson. We 
called on the Carl Hngmbcck Shown, and 
were treated royally. Our new Hurricane list- 
let la a big hit "Dark Town" and its muaic 
was written by Mr. Dudley. 

Abkltn, the dancer, informs us that Rhe 
haa jMft (luliihed fourteen sucresefnl weeks 
over tho Gus Sun circuit, and Ja booked until 
January. 

Tnu AVftBA St. Lbo* Tropts of acrobatv 
and muFdcinns have just mod© a ixlp from 
Progresaa, laeafan. to Belize. Bridab. Hoa- 
SnJS twenty-nine days. They nre tour- 
rng HrttiBh Iloodurns with their own show. 
Alf. Honey, bar performer, has an Interest 
In tho show cnLled Oreo Anglo-American 
-Mr Aaron Is with the ahow, *uul Is doing 

T Ghacr Itan Is on her way Enst, after a 
«ure weeks vocation, spent In Denver and 
Colorado Sprln|p\ She will start rehearsiug 
wjw oongs xor-4hA.a«ning jeaaon..la yamie. 



Of Interent 1n American PlatTwrlschta. 

The New Theatre Association of Chicago, 
being organized for the encouragement of uie 
drama, will, during lia lust wesson. Introduce 
a piny content. With this end In view a com- 
mittee has brcn appointed to pass upon and 
setoct a new play for production. The names 
of this cotrLmtttee wli: be published later 1 . 

From the plays bubmltied one will be 
chosen for a careful production In the New 
TJicatro by the New Theatre Company. 
Should It prove sufficiently interesting lu 
the Jndgmeiu. of the management. It will he 
played for a full two weeks, and. If possible, 
ngaln at tho close of the regular season. The 
author will receive a royalty of D per cent. 
of the gross receipts, should they be less 
than $.1,500 per week, and 10 par cent., 
bhould they exceed that amount. 

The condition* of the contest are as fol- 
lows: 

1. The play must be an original drama, 
eonirdy drama, or comedy, and not a trans- 
lation, adaptation or dramatization of any 
novel or ctory already published. 

2. It muHt treat of modern American life, 
nod bo written by a citizen of tho Uoltcd 
States. 

S. It mriFt bo substantially In a form for 
acting, aud will be judged at* an acting-play. 

4. It must be In three or four acts, with- 
out change of scene In any act; must not re- 
quire over two and a half hours to plav, and 
imiFt not have ovor fifteen speaking charac- 
ters. It must bo submitted not later than 
Dec. 1, 1906, In n plain scaled envelope, ad- 
or*Mwed in typewriting, to the New Theatre 
(Play Contrsi), 17 Van Buren Street, Chi- 
cago. Tho play must be typewritten npou 
plain paper, and must have no signature. In 
Ihe envelope containing tho play most bo 
another plain pes led envelope, upon the; out- 
side of wJdch shall be written. In typenrrltinK, 
tM name »f the pbty which It accompanies. 
Inside this envelope must be the autograph 
isipnatore of the writer of the play/jiime of 
play, (he full address, and a statement that 
all the conditions of the contest haia been 
compiled with. ■?" 

• o. Excepting S3 stated befoiro, all- rights 
may be reservrd by the author. 

♦*-♦ 

Msrsaret Ansrlln'a Plsni. 

i 55! P T , , DC ?? 8 .. T11Mtr ' ; wl » n B aln ] 'o«se Miss 
Anglln tills Kali, and she announces that she 
will appear as Mrs. Dane. Jn "Mrs. Danes 
Pefensc. In whlrb she ncoi-ed a success some 
years ago. Oilier characters she will offer 
ere Lady Tcanle, In "The School for Scandal," 
add Queen of tho Amazons. In "The Kiemal 
J-emlnlnc." in nddllion 10 which "The Great 
Divide,- by Wm. Vaughn Moody, will be pre- 
sented, * 



00 Wanted 60 Wanted 60 

SE 11 ' *£?* Tr *P Dnimmor, A Piano that doublfa 

rti?' C ? ,, ^^ , ™ 1, • !"«"*a «ny Actor Ttrtnniiiii. 

bud. SattrlM, not nnmilsrs. Uivwond A Jc»n. 
com' Kntetprliw, t*3i KlmlarkAvciaicino in 

WANTED. ENGAGEMENT. 
3111M11111I111 

JT'KBT HAHMOJOCA AND BOTO PI.ATKn. Xoir 
luHtlTOIcnw. H.i.CAJlEUtaS.MKiCUrrfil 



MANAGERS AND ELECTRICIANS, ATTENTION!!! 

Onr new 1908-07 CATAIrOGUE la completed, with fall description of and showing method of operation of every- 
thing pertaining to electrical stage craft and park amusements. Price of Catalogue, 25 cents, which amount 
will be deducted from first f 10.00 purchase. Sent to regular customers free. 

JOSEPH MENCHEN ELECTRICAL CO., 

Ut.U.OF.ST HAjrr/TAOTCKBBS OP ELECTRICAL STAGE AJ'PLI AXCES AUD BFFECTg IN THE WOULD, 

394 'WEST SOU. STREET, S. Y. CITY. 



THEATRICAL HOTELS 
... B OARDING HOUSES. 

P ALACK IIOTKL, 101 S. Out St, OblUC". 

■aroma, It per ™t; utijnnn bata, »i. 
rarrhh »»ih, too. H.».anMTHasT,rrot. 



TBaFAJ.OAB.IU-117 £.u. n.t.jbp. seiui. 
load, or Hulc, heweT. Boom Wo.. ;ic» II, 
ILK day; sue » si -mi. W.D.HASNIQlJM'na. 



Wakui A ICsdlioi, 0HI0ASO, 

0. 0. Y.ojh.n, rrop. StncUy 

American Plan. S8-1S alnil.; 

IT-lldoBblq. VnodBTlUc patroBAge lBTltCd. 



HOTEL ST. DBMS, 138-138 Wat Mirkct St. 
lodiAoapollR. lad. CoavnileDt to all theatres. 
Seat Utile Hotel to Indlaa.poUa. Actora' Bate.. 



CLilEROON HOTEL. fZXSZASi 

w DOIII ft JENNINGS, Trops. 

if. Clark St ., cor. Ontario, Chicago. 

RateH, to, W a,nd B per day. $2 to $6 per weelc. 



SA1*ESMKM.—A*ent8 wanted to noil Buborban 
lotn and colUgee. Work this; good side line. You 
can Tasite $iS to two a weefc. commission oasis. 

Apply ROOM 622, 2» BROADWAY. New YorlC. 



AGENTS- LeglUmaw snbrmtnte for Slot Ma- 
chines; patented; sells at sight for si. Qoodter- 
rltoryopeo. FartlcDUra GJSHA CO., Anderson, ln<L 



Mt'lflO COMP88ED ABTD ABJ&A5GBB 

for amy inttranSDt or nomher of iaitrnmeati. 
IORn,wordaand maiic, aketchee, etc.feeaa ttamp. 
DHXB.ULgyi8,<2> Rtokmoad St., Ctaclnnaa, 6. 



DODGERS, Heralds, and aU kinds of email 
BtntT. PRESS SHOW PRINTER Y, 
Johnwntqrf, Penna. 



HOW TO START IN SHOW BUSINESS. 

(Ooiyrtthwd), 3 different books, l«o. AilkiijdjacL 
MORPlfBT'S HCHQOL, 127 N. 12th 6L, ruila., Pa. 



HOW TO BECOME A CONTORTIONIST. 

Pront and Hack Beadinj, eacn trick ninBtrite* 
»5o. Morshet'g School, WT N. 12th SL, Phlla., Pr 



AT l-IUKKTV-Ai pianist, sifht reader, 

transpoecr. Soher and reliable. Address 

WT. M. COI.B, Box H>7. Milior*B Kails, Mass. 



WANTED, Man for Heavy, JuveaileMan.Lead- 
tnn StHibrcit* ami Character Woman who can play 
a Wuthpart. Those doing; specialties given prefer- 
ence. Tell all in flrat letter. Boozers and ciiastrs 
save Hlampu. Address F. B. SANDERS, 

■ 205 K. Adams St-. Pittsburg, Kan. 



WANTED, CHARACTER, LEAD AND 

Comedy Man, to support Oertrndc Wellman (niece 
of Walter Wellman). Write aU first letter. Salary 
low and enre. Open Sept. 15. No Bends. Cay R. 
Alnsworth, cure of OaVn Hotel, Clear Luke, Iowa 



WANTED, Sketch Team, lady fake or play 
crcati; man must be strong song and dance come- 
dian, put oa acts and make them go. Salary low, 
hat sure. Also 40oft. San Frnnueco Disaster for 
sale, $no, new. Address John Francis, 43: E. Wil- 
llaw St., Decatnr, III. 



THEATRICAL PRINTLVG-TlckctS, Con 
ttac^, Dodgers, Letter Heads, Heralds, etc. Sam. 
plea and prices. Bout work; lowest prices. 

S0HMDTZ ITO. CO., Voosler, O. 



AT LIBERTY, 





WW SOBER. HARD WORKER. A Mo. 1 
REPERENOKS. ERNEST A. PROVESOREB, 
civre or Story's Stiow, Enflelil. X. n. 



HARRY POLLWORTH 

WANTS 

Versatile Medicine Performers. 

Open Air PluUorra Work. Sinters Uiat plAy Guitar 
or Banjo, veotrtloqulBt, Good single Ma.lcal acl 
Good salary to tlio right itmn. state all In letter. 
Don't caa. No bonzo. Addrea, 

JMIKDCLID AVE., Clegcland, OMo. 



"^IP'^a.lXrTIS] 

TO HKAP. KBOM 

REP. PEOPLE 

!ll-j U m nM V. A! plllnl> "ff" ">>« ooublea 
band. \Voald like to hear irom party wlah- 
Inj; to Bell tent, seats, etc. AddresT 

ROBT. n. GARRETT. 
Ilox R;t, White Sprintrs. Fla. 



AT LIBERTY FOR COMING SEASON, 



P. PIE • • 






Highland Park Stouk Co^ York, Pa. 



no vise picf ore rams fob sale 

loo w.nahBt-.N. T.citr. 



Two Elaborately Spangled Soubretle Dresses, 

SMALL S1ZRS. 
1 "OUT. 618 w. lath St, New Tor*. 



AT MBKKTY, 

No. 1 M. P. OPERATOR, 

With or without machine. Add. 

P. 8AH0, 70 llethune Ays.. Dfjolt, Hich. 



BASEBALL 

NATIONAL LEAGUE. 
POLO GROUNDS. 

With St. Lonla. July 31 Au«r. l 2 *1 
With ChlraR., Au K .%.fiV7.8. g ' ' 



RACING. 

BRiflinw mm mm mi. 

Brlght.il Bench, July U-Ang t. 

UI.aB, 1 3«li8tF M i7. CoasyWutl 



VIVI- PHOTOS 

600 for 54.00 1,000, 38.50 Second 1,000, $5.00 

HEAVY CARD, tii XI la. TWO COLORS. BAilPLES FREE. 

HENNEGAN & CO., SHOW PRINTERS, Cincinnati, r. 



WANTED, BY AL. MARTZ SPECIALTY CO. 

Vaudeville Performcra In all branclic= of the brjalncF?: Want Strone Slnc'c Torn. alw> TYornlione and 
Baritone, to douhle second violin and clarionet; rIko Clarionet for II. and O. All letters anxtrrrcd 
State nalarj, it la sure. Drinker*, don ; t write. I pay an. Will advance tickets to parties I know*' 
Short Jump from Boston. Stay out 'till I<ent. Addrew* AL. MARTZ, 

Conway Ctr., N. H., AQg. 4; JackRon 6, Bartlett T, Tam worth 9 



THE GREAT GOLE BROS.' SHOWS 

WMT FOt MUSEUM UD VMiDEVILLf ANNEX, 

A few iaore'Flrst Claaa Side Show Acta, Lady Bar Pnnchera, Mualcal Act, Midget, or any nigh class 
Novel Act performed by yoang, Rood looking ladies. Canalaouae two First Class Oriental Dancers, 
Wardrobe and appearance must be first class. Address 

JOHN E. OflDEN, Manager of Annex, Hamilton, Ohio. ' 



FILMS 

From mc-ffraph, Pathe or Uelics are original 
and always make good, and we are their 
agents. Powers' Cameraeraph la the acme of 
perfection In Motion Picture Machines, and 
ibosc who tee a Powers' Machine are not 
mtisfled nntil they own one. The ORIG- 
INAL fireproof magR7.1nes on Powers' Ma- 
chines are really fireproof, and not. merely 
In name. Powers Is the Originator, but 
the pirates loved hhn ' so well that they 
copied his Invention. Strange to say, how- 
ever, the copies . are not fireproof because 
they did not dare copy la its proper form a 
legally patented article; Moral : Buy Pow- 
ers' Cameragranh with the Original fireproof 
magazines and he 'Tr." 

WE ARE SOLE SELLING A6ENTS HERE. 

Beware of the fellow who olers Powers' 
Machines for 10 per cear. less than Hat. 
They cannot deliver New Machines of Late 
Pattern. Watch the number of the machine 
—that will tell. 
WE ALWAYS HAVE THIAMIN STOCK. 



Likewise Edison Exhibition and Universal 
Models, the New No. 4 OptLgraph, a good 
cheap machine, and there you have the 
choice. These machines In slock all the time 

SLIGHTLY USED GOODS. 

EdlKon's '08 Model, Complete $451*) 

Optisraph, No. 3 Model, Complete 45.00 



Double DisootvlQe Stereopticon, U size, 
Darlot Lenses and Utgh Pressure Diasolver, 
»60.0Q. 

Double Dissolving Stereoptleon, with Optl- 

Saph, No. S, complete, $56.00, Including 
Issorver. 



Song Stereopticon, Electric, $20.00. ■" 

Beard's Patent Calclom Regulators. Coat 
$30.00. Onr price for both. $10.00. 

CoDdenaers, the best, 4%in., S1.00. or Biz 
for $0.00. 



' IAmes. the best, S1.00 per doz., or six 
dozen, 55.00. ^^ 



Reels, Carbons, Gelatine, Cement, OH, 
Ether, Oxyllthe Ontflta and Comi>ouDd, 
Lamps. Lenses, Rheostats. Carbide. 88 test 
Gaaollne, Slide Carriers, Etc., Ktc, 

attACniHES and FILMS ~W ANTED, 

Provided They Are Good. 

LEWIS M. SWAAB Ac CO., 

338 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
L. D. Phone. 



SCENERY 

The Tiffin Scenic Company, 

TliTlN OHIO. 



ABERDEEN, MISS. 

I WANT A FEW MORE A I ATTRACTIONS. 

Season opeafl 8cpt, 1. HubIdcbs averaged 1206 
ecu nlglil last seMos. Wnio frr open time. 

If. B. YODNO, ilgr., Temple Theatre 

WAjTEj, jgoving Piclore Machlnt, alsa Films 



Cars. 



OTIIEKS "° B«a"B tJ'8 rnoner 
. . Crrr . b T navln» goon, ordinal 
acts. Whj don't tou r I TrrltS Srglnal SS 
inonoloKiies, sketcliN, dramoi, comedies, etc. 
to order, hnt rate.. Best orljlnal mate: 
■* HOB WATT. MS Walnut St., Phlla 



lout. Hound Top Cuvu, irtth 1 middle pieces 
one Mtt. natoar. Address SOX BI10S 

831 Snmmlt SL, Toled.. oil. 



C. A. HAWKINS, 

Mfr. of OyramsrJo Apparatus. 83A E. 4.th St. s Y 
formcrlj or in E. 13th St, liorlzo.tal bsrs le'sp 
lag boirds and bars, barrels, crosses, rlobci elc 



WANTED AT ONCE, Some Good All 'Round 

ifr^f, C e l Sor PC S„ ^ SV IJ A V n S ';e?S P • SUte * U1 ■' 
CLARK A KlSSlXQKrt, Bubo!,, Clearneld Co., Pa 



At Liberty, BOBBIE DE CASTRO 

Wire Act, Acrobatic Work on Wire. New »n,i 

2K2TEJffi*S S» to ]""' SWSS! 

datcs^d^MJ^easjD^Ar^Wejawiinre N J 

STREKt ME^. 

I.ORIIA.N'3 "DEATH TO WOHH8" ITtyw 
URRS1 brines worn,.. ,rr.„lc .„"™. HK 
Va grou, Address PROP. tl. p. L0BSIAN, £ b™ 
UM h. SAUL bL, i'miadelpiaai Pa7 





[ 




Write far Samplei aad Prlcei, 

THE iOMLBSON LITHO CO., 

NEWPORT, KY. ' 



To Circus Managers. 

A BIG THING, 




24X6 feet In clear. Beautifully band-carved raii- 
lngs; two life eize Bison heads Id front and two 
lite size Lion lieads in rear; all solid carvlngv; 
hraas anisbed. Coold bo converted Into hand 
wagon at a email coat. ITsed but little, good us 
new. Built hv Jacob Rech A Sons. Ooata 11,000, 
will noil for $M0. Apply or write Pror H. P. LOR- 
MAN. M.D., 1704 N.gQtn St.. Philadelpbla, Pa. 



f ELTINGE 

FEATTJRXD 

I PALACE - LONDON 

A o, H. HABRAS, Perstnal Hgr. 

N M.S.RENTHAM. 



HIGH CUSS 
MAGICAL APPARATUS 

At moderate prices. Large stack, lmmease 
variety. IUastratea Catalogue Free. New Ham- 
Biota Catalogue Jnst Issued, 2Qc. Jnst out, list or 
aewbeekaonMagto and new list «f hargaias in 
tricks A. ROTERBERO, 171 Oltarl* St., CDIrafo. 



New Liie of Repertoire or Stock Co, Printing 

CONSISTING or 

1-2-Sh , 1-Sh, 3-Sd. and 16-Sk. Studs. 

Bend for Samples and Catalogue. 

GnG.iT WE8TE1L\ PRINTISC CO., 

' tit, IsouIa, Mo. 

Printing tor Dramatic CjorapanieB, Fairs, Cttrnl- 
vals, Roller Rinks, Circus, Wild West, Labor Day 
Celebrations, etc. 



USE A CROSS" 

LETTER HEAD 

AMD WOKK EVERY WEEK. 

Pree Samples, Contracts, Tickets, Envelopes, etc. 

CROSS Jig DEARBORN ST.. CHICA00 
Ptg. BTAOK MONET, 15c. BOOK OF (HITS, W. 



W A T*4 TED 

LADY 'CELLO, TBODOIE, OLABIOIET 
ABB DBDIS. 

An year <ro<ud business. TUEATBE. $20 per 
ireek. others, wilts. 

BESSIE BURNELL'S LAI1T ORCBKSTRA. 
Oklahoma OUT, 0*J». 



CONTRACTS 

LETTER HBADb, ENVELOPES. TICKETS, 
PABSES, CARDS, Etc. Write for EA) 
Webb Ptg. Co.. 358 Dearnor. St.. Chlcseo, 111. 



JUST OUT, 12* PA6E ILLUSTRATED MAGIC 

CATALOOTJE, 24c. ; SOP. CATAL., 5c, None 
free. O.It N. K. Arent for Mabatma 10c 
W. P. LBROY. 103 Court St. Boston. M»«s 



SNAK 



Csolce lot ot Prtnoni. Bolls and Pine Snake. « 
tfie lowest prices. Broke to handle. 

J. QOPE, No. 36 N. »tn St.. Plillnnelphln. Pa. 



WIGS 



Q. SHTNDHBLAl, 118 » 
2«tb, St., N. Y. Tb. up-to- 
cata THEATRICAL WIO 
MAKER. Send .tamp f« 
law Price List Jnst ent 



BARGAIN 



IS BP.COND HAND 

SHOW PAINTINGS 

K. J. HAYDKN It CO.. 

IPS llroadway. Brooklyn. N. !• _ 



ACROBATS, CLOWNS, HORI- 

JOMTAI. BAR rERPOBMBRS, write lowest first. 
IiflyHEnmRn.ii |W lYprfpir , /1 r rn H '■'•"'' Neb. 



AUGUST!/ 



THE KIW YOBE GliEPPER 1 



IvASKA'S 



WOULD LKE 
TO MARRY YOU 

THE BIGGEST SONG HIT OF "THE EARL AND THE GIRL" IS NOW 



|e.\\ BE I SED IS A I 
SOLO OR DUET. 



RELEASED 



WRITE FOR QRCHES- 

TiUS IN ANY KEY 



It will be the HIT OF THE COMING SEASON. Be the first to introduce it in vaudeville. You 
take no chances by using this song as it has "MADE GOOD" in a big Broadway production. 







126. \oV. 4<4tH ST., INI. Y. O, 



(Sol© Agents tor Flatt r»ut>» Co») 



. TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

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Features of tlie Weekly Show— Illustration*.. 627 
Onirics Froliman'a Announcements V ..02S 



FROM OTHER POINTS. 



Miaa Clipper's Anecdotes . . . 
VlW * Erlanper'a Plans... 
fi«rW of Lighter * Co..... 



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nr, C4'» 

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835,030, 037 

Sew York City t 040 

Deaths In the Profession * «•>• 

liultr the Tents 640 

THEATRICAL CORRESPONDENCE. 
Oklahoma. 



Bam H. Harris — Sketch 

Suerk-s Answered 
ur Chicago Letter 

Clipper Pout Office 

Wf-rld of Ploy*™ 

Y.iuq>rllle sod .Minstrel 

Our Australian letter i 

Of Inlere>t to American Playwrights 

\( urgs ret Anglln'd Plans 

On tic Road, 
.gtest 



Latest bj Telegraph. . 
VaiidevllTo Route List. . 
New 
Den 



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... it of 'Cotuaitiio . . . "'.'.".'. .." 

Mer;l«M 

l>tllllllia 

Mlncewta 

New York Sltite 




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LATEST BY TELEGBAPE 

GOLDEN GATE GLEANINGS. 



£ptrlal Dltputrhc* IoThb New YobkCupPCB. 
1 RAN JfHANeisco, July 31.— At the Or- 

fbeura, (located at the Chutes), the bill 
or Week opening Sunday, 29, Includes: 
Tlie Mnrco Twins, the Basque Quartette, 
Hickman Bros., Ida OTJay, Paul Spndoul, 
KcWatters. Tyson and Co., Camllle Comedy 
Trio, Kcllv and Kent, and the Orpheum mo- 
tion pictures. ■ 

Notes. — The new Alcasar Theatre, to be 
erected bv Belasco A Mayer on the south- 
west corner of Butter and Btelner Streets, 
Will- coat 8150,000 when completed. The 
comfort and safety of theatregoers have been 
the principal objects of its builders. The 
seating capacity will he 1,500. The theatre 
la on two streets, and there will be ample 
exits. On Stelner Street will be five exits. 
To the right of. the main entrance on Sutter 
Street a court eight feet wide will extend 
from ton stage to Sutter Street. Three fire 
escapes from the balcony will lead Into this 
wide, court, and three more will lead Into 
Stelner Street. The building will be erected 
so a i* to comply with the new building ordln- 

?|pe In every particular, the exits being 
wtnty-flve per cent. In excess of the width 
required bv law. The structure will be claisA 
nod fireproof. ..The Incorporation of the Be- 
lasco ft Maver theatrical enterprises was filed 
recently In the office of the county clerk. 
The Incorporators are : Frederick Bebseo, 
M. E. Mayer, J. Lewln, Charles H. Pool and 
Emm Levy. The company Is rnpltallted at 

¥100.000 The Graumao Skating 'link 

rpnjpaoT. Incorporated, with Lawrence Ruck- 
lev. 6 F. Grauman. Sid Ornuman. W. K. 
Sullivan and ThomaH Burke as directors, 
•off a capita! stock of $100,000. 



Pucks Are All laolngf Well— Some of 
the Popular Price Houses Open for 
the SeaMon. 

Philadelphia, July SI.— Walter Jones 
and Mabel Hlte made their local vaudeville 
debut at Keith's, to a capacity house, and 
scored a big hit. ... ...Stock burlesque draw 

capacity at the Bijou The Lyceum had 

a well filled house Big patronage was 

bestowed on Willow Grove, Obestniit Hill, 
White City and Washington parks. 

Chicaoo, July SI.— "The Vanderhilt Cup" 
opened Sunday, at the Colonial, to a crowded 

house, and was a big auccesa The two 

Monday openings were the "nameless" play, 
at rhe Grand Opera House, and Wm. Norrls, 
In "A Strenuous Life," at the Studebaker. 

The holdover attractions doing well 

were - "Told In the Bills," at Powers' ; 
"Brown of Harvard," at the Garrlck ; "The 
Land of Nod, ' at the Chicago Opera House, 
and "Bedford's Hope," at the Great North- 
era Vaudeville nt the Majestic and 

Olympic, and stock burlesque at the Folly 
and Trocadero, did well. 

Boston, July 31. — "A Scrap of Paper," 
at the Globe; "The Pirates of Penzance," at 
the Castle Square, and "The Minister's 
Daughter," at the Bowdoln Square, were 
ntock offerings faring well Harry Bul- 
ger. In "The Man from Now," opened pros- 
perously his tenth week at the Tremonc....' 
Vaudeville, at Keith's, and stock burlesque, 

at the Palace, attracted many Fair, 

weather Sunday brought crowds to the parks 
and beaches. , 

Cincinnati, July 31. — The Chester Park 
Opera Co. put on "The Bohemian Girl." to 

increased business Bryant's Minstrels, 

nt Coney Island, and Herbert A Whllng's 
Big Southern Minstrels, at Ludlow Lagoon. 
both drew well. ...... .Weber's Prlee Band 

Jammed the Zoo with music lovers. 

KANHAft City, Julv ill. — The regular sea- 
son opened at the Gulls Saturday night, with 

"Nettle, the Xewsglrl," to a large house 

All the pnrkn enjoyed great Sunday pros- 
perity.... At Electric Park the Bands Roesa 
opened Its annual engagement, and was en- 
thusiastically welcomed. In the German Vil- 
lage, Hammond and Forrester were the head- 
liners At Forest Park, Lenge's Band 

and the Frnncellas, on the lawn, and Lazar 
and Lnxar. In Old Heidelberg, were the feat- 
ures At Falrmount Park, Helner'a Mili- 
tary Band, Bole's Submarine Craft, and 
Pendergnst and Howell, la the theatre, all 

6 leased. At Convention Hall, the Royal 
[awallan Band opened a week's engagement. 
to a good house. ... ..Pain's "Last Days of 

Pompeii" continued to attract good attend- 
ance. 

I.onsviLi.K, July 31. — Threatening weath- 
er did not prevent a big crowd being present 
at Fontaine Ferry Perk Pavilion Sunday to 

witness a fine vaudeville bill The 

Gregorys , at Jockey Club Park, drew a large 
audience Sunday. 

«■ ! 

J. R. Jackson, manager of the New Fam- 
ily Theatre, Siom City, la., writes, under 
dote of July 23 : "1 just received a wire from 
Omaha, Neb., tola a, h., from the manager 
of Crystal Park there, of which 1 am owner, 
saying that Al. Chrlstal had been found dead 
lo bed. I will go there to-morrow and at- 
tend to the burial. I don't know where his 
home Is. or anything about him, so If you 
will kindly ask, through the columns of your 
valuable paper, anyone knowing anything 
about his relatives, tf they will communi- 
cate with me, I will gladly give them all the 
Information I can." 

Jim Mi.'rray. of Murray and Aider, and 
Joe Kills, German comedian, were recently 
the guests of Oenman Thompson at West 
Hwnnzey, N. H., and had an enjoyable visit 
with the venerable actor. 



ttjjgjjj Rome Cist. 

Tb.ii list la made up as nearly ac- 
curate na It la possible to make a Hat 
of vaudeville bookiug». To Insure in- 
aertlon la thla department the name 
of the theatre or park, a* well aa the 
city or town, MIST arcompauy each 
booklntf aent ua. 



Acker & ailday, Klectrlc Pnrk, Newark, 

30 An*. 4. 
Acme Trio, Crump's Park, ChkIdo, Macou, On., 

30-Ang. 4. 
Adler, Flo, Keith's, Boston, 30-Aug. 4. 
Adulr ft Dnim, RtTerxIde Park, Kagiuaw, Mlcb., 

-30-Auf. 4. 
Adella, 14, Wenona llesrh, Bay City, Mich., 30- 

AllU. 4. 
AdaniH A Mack, Old Orchard, Me., 30-Aog. 4. 
Adonis ft Drew, Pastor's, S. V. C, 30-Aug. 4. 
Adamlnl A Taylor, Temple. Detroit. Aug. fl-11. 
Addison ft Ltringston, Oodfroy'H, Orand Ropldi, 

Mlcb., 30-Aug. 4. 
Ahearn. Oats, ft Jar., Central Psrk, Dover, M. 

II.. 30-Aug. 4. 
Allisons (8). Fontulne Ferry Park, LoaiHvllle, 

Ky., 30-Aag. 4. 
Altttiorpe, Flora, Paxtsng Park, llarrhbttrg, Pe., 

.10 -Aug. 4. 
Alfarabl, Had), Keith's, Bostoo, 30-Aug. 4. 
Alba*, I.unu Park, Washington. D. C„ 30-Aug. 4. 
Alva, Alice. Milwaukee. Win., 30-Aug. 4. 
Allea, I-eou & Bertie, White City, Hpringneid, 111., 

30-Aug. 4. 
Alpha Trio, Buckroe Beach OsmIoo, Hampton, Vs., 

30-Ana. 4. 
Allora Bron., Atlantic Harden, N. Y. C. 30- 

Aijg. 1. . „ . 

AlburtiH A Millar. Hippodrome, London. F.og., 30- 
Aug. 12; Kmplre Tour, 14-31. 
Alito A Armour, Athletic Park, Montgomery. Ala., 

30-Apr. 4. . . 

Alexis ft Schell. Shea's. Buffalo, 30-Aiik. 4. 
Altliea Twins, Proctflr'M, Newark. N. J., 30-Aug. 4. 
Almond, Tom & Fdltb, Old Heklelbcrg, N. IT, C... 

gO-Ausr, J. 
AuiiTlcus Comedy Four, Meyer* Lake, Cantoo, O., 

30-Aug. 4; Farm. Toledo, 0-11. 
American Trumpeters (4). Forest Hark, St. Louis, 

■Maw i> ' 

American Newsboys' Quartette, Orpheum, Spring- 
field, 0., aO-Aug. 4: People'*, Chicago. 0-11. 

Aniterfoo k- Cioiwc. Kellb's, N. Y. O., RO-Aug. 4. 

Apell A Byrne, Majestic, Clileago, 30-Aug. 4. 

Aptlale's Iteors, DogK ft Monkeyn, Indlsoola Park, 
Oolumbui. 0.. 30-Aug. 4 ; Snminlt Park, Orls- 
kaay. N. ¥., 0-11. 

ArlliiKton Cwnnly Four. Henderson's, Cooey Is- 
land. N. V.. 30-Aug. 4. 

ArllnRton * BeUton. Proctor's, Albany, N. T., 
30-Aug. 4; Hoatf Lake. Wotjusaoket, ». I., 0-U. 

Arto. win.. Sanotoga Park, Pottstown, Pa., 30* 



Arcber ft Crocker, Park. PliiKdeld. Pa., 30-Aog. 4. 
Archer ft Cartelle, Dewey, Ctlca, N. Y., 30- Aug. 4. 
Armlnla A Burke, Klectrlc Park, Newark, N. J., 

Auk. 0-11. 
Aahtoo A Rarle, Orpheam. BprinfrSeld, 0., 30- 

Aug. 4. 
AHbtons, The. Jockey Club Park, Loalavllle, Ky., 

:W-Aag. 4. 
Auntl&B, Great, Anderson, Ind., 30-Aug. 4; Koko* 

mo, 6-11. 
Aootlns, TosalDg, Bock Springs Park, R. LiTer- 

pool, 0., 30-Aag. 4. 
Avery A Pearl. Star. Aaron. 111., 30-Aug. 4; Ma* 

Jestle, Ctalesgo, fl-11. 
Avolos. Muxlrat, Kohmer Park. Montreal, Can., 

nO-Ang. 4, 
Aitell ft Dog. Maonlon'a Park, St. Lool". uO-Aoc. 

4: Cook's Park, Rvansrllle, Ind.. Oil, 
Bards. Four. Keith's, PUIIa., 30-Ang. 4. 
Bailey A Flckett, Bay Side Casino, CanarMe, N. 

V.. aOAni. 4. 
Bartlett A Oolllnn. Lakemont Park, Altoooa, Pa., 

no-Ang. 4. ' ' • 

Bales ft RrnMt, Sprlnr Lake Park. Trenton, N. 

J.. 30-Ang. 4; Manilla Orove, Tamaqna. Pa., 

ML 
Barlow A Nicholson, Atlantic flar-len. N. T. C 

80-Anc. 4. 
Binnins. Joffllng, HemlerMti's, Coney Inland, .N, 

Y., 30-Aua. 4. 
Barnes A Edwin*, Terre Hante, Ind,, 30-Ang. 4; 

Phillip*, Rlcbiaond, fl-11. 
Barr A Evans, 0, O. B„ Plitaburg, 30-Aug. 4. 



naaderl.a Velle Trio, Oak Hmnuilt Park, Rtiios- 
vllle. III., 30-Aug. 4 ; Wonderland Park, Mil- 
waukee, Wis.. (111. 

Basque Quartette, Cfaillrs, Situ Fran,, Col., 30- 
Aug. 4. 

Barnes. Stuart, Temple, Detroit, 30-Aug, 4. 

Barnarda, Wonderful, .Klectrlc Park, Ktiwsrk, N. 
J„ 30-Auff- 4. 

Btdlal A Arthur, Proctor's, Ncwiirk, N, .L, 30- 
Ang. 4. 

Berry A Bprry, Fust Kml Piirk, Memphla, Tenn., 
■log. Ml. 

Benton, Klwool A Mnggte, Ranatoga Park, Potts- 
town. Pa.. 30-Aug. 4. 

Ilell-Prevost Troupe, .Ui'iidenoti'n, Ckiney InIhiiiI, 
N. Y., 311-Aiik. 4. 

Berbnr's Arnhs, Snhrwr Park, Montreal, 30, 
Aug. 4. 

Beecher A May, Yeapr's Park, Kn. River, N. J„ 
30- Aug. 4. 

Beyer, Ben, Valley, SyracuHe, N. V., 30-Aug. 4; 
Keith's. Bosion, Hit. 

Bedouin Arnlis, Ingfrsoll Park, Di-k Moines, In., 
RO-Aitg. 4. 

Beroer Bros.. Lyric Park, Ft. Smith. Ark., 30- 
Ane. 4. 

Bells 421. Belay, Nalmot. Mass., 30-Aug. 4. 

Bean A Hamilton, Ki>lth*N, N. Y. C, 30-Aug. 4; 
> ii, o. II.. I'ltt-iuircr, oil. 

Beano, (|eo. A.. Majestic, Chicago, 30-Aug. 4. 

Blnney A Chapman, Meyers' Luke, Canton, 0., 
30 -Aug. 4. 

Bijou Comedy Trio, Farm, Toledo, O., 30-Aug. 4. 

Bijou ClU'iis, Huniinll, X, J., 30-AujT. 4. 

Hlniuoctte & Newman, I,ouI*vltle, Ky., L'D-Aug. 4; 
St. Louis, 0-11. 

Blaon City Trio, Alnlome, Rmporla, Kan„ 30- 
Aug. 4; Alrdume, Sedalln. Mo., tilt. 

Bh/Hjwm, Nat, CryMnl Park. I>atlas, Te»., 30- 
Ang. 4. • 

Bhmpblu A Helir, fltiverna tor's, Atlantic City, N. 
. J., 30-Auk. 4. 

Blair A McN'uIty, Green Front, Demi wood, H. D„ 
30-Atlg. 11. 

Black IluasuM (14), Coliseum. 30-Ang. 4. 

Black A I^slle. Cry«tul, Trinidad. CoL. 30-Aug. 4. 

Boylan. Arthur A Mildred, l/reelmdy Park, New- 
port, It. I.. 30-Auir, 4. 

Bowery New«lv>ys' Quartette, MuJeMte, CMcngo, 
30-Ang. J. 

Bowery Quurtette, Flgiitiuir tlie Flames, Atlantic 
City, N. J-, 30-Aug, II. 

Better, Harry A Co., Pastor's. N. Y. O., 30- 
Aug. 4, 

Bowers, Walters A Crocker, Ontario Ileanti., N. 
Y,. 30-Aug. 4; Islat.'l Park, Auburn, (111. 

Bottomley Troi>i<e. Dream (illy, Pittsburg, no- 
Aug. 4; Newport. It L, 0-11. 

Bootblack Quartette, original. Tuiabllng Klin 
"Park, PoilNillle, Pa., 30-Aug. 4. 

Bolieminii Trio, Park, Kvansrllte. ind.. 30-Aug. 4, 

Boyd A Yiifll, Lyrlr-, Parsons, Kan., 80-Aug. 4 ; 
Lyric, Muakogce, I. T., 0-U. 

Brookx, Horliert, Old Hebletberg, N. Y. C!„ 30- 
Aug. 4. 

Bryant A Savllle, Tnoibllng Dam Park, Bridge- 
ton, N. J., 30-Aug. 4 ; Spring Lake Park, Tren- 
ton, Ml. 

BroookR, Franklin A., Pt. Gratiot Park, Dunkirk, 
N. X. 30-Aug. 4. 

Brand Sisters, OntHrlo Beach, N. Y„ 30-Aug. 4. 

Braaut, Kelaia, Keith's, Cleveland, 30-Ang, 4; 
Bhen's, Toronto. Can., 0-11. 

Bradley. Margaret, Pavilion, Hea lale City, N. .)., 
30-Auir. 4. 

Bwtbst 'i'rly, Noniralwga Park. Bosion, 30-Aug. 4. 

Brockinau. Mack A Belmont, Paatnr's, N, Y. (?., 
. 30-Aii*. 4. 

Brooks, Ji'Hiine, Oonk'a Park, Rvanavllle, Ind., 30- 
Aug. ". 

Brlnklcy*. The, White City, New Haven, Conn., 
..'iO-AUK- I. 

Browne. Whistling Tom, Spring Grove Park, 
Springfield, <>-. 30-Aug. 4. 

Brown, Jack, A Lillian Wright, Rocky Pt., R. L, 
30-Aug. 4. 

Brt.oks ft Jeanelte, Palace, BosKm, Mais., 30- 
' Aug. 1; llihrldge Park, Mllfonl, u-ll. 

Bosch Family, Lyric Park, Parsons. Kan., 30- 
AiiK. 4; Lyric Park. Muskogee, I. T„ 0-11. 

Bnrke's Dotes, Nonirnhesn Park. Boston, 30-Ang. 4. 

Buckley, Mr. A Mrs., Providence, R. L. 30-Aug. 4. 

Buody A White, Pavilion, Ardnwre, I'd., 30-Aug. 
4: Clifton Halaiits, 0-11. 

Rudd Bros., Majestic, Chicago, 30-Aug. 4. 

Bucli Bros., Allenlown, Pa., .tOAug. 4 ; Raaton, 
OIL i i 

Bnrkner, nreat, Budtverls. Builnpest, Ana., Aug. 
1-31. 

Bnckere Four, Heodtraoo's, Cooey Island, N. V., 
30-Aag. 4. 



Bmkleys, Musical. Itwky PL. R. I., 30-Aug. 4; 

Talntjnegu Park, A«tlelH>ru, Mass., (1-1 1, 
husklrk A Itleli, Blemllug's, Itockawuy Beach, 

N. Y., 30-Ana. 4. ■ ■ 
Hyruu ft Bhiiiih, Crystal, Klwoo-1, Ind,, 30-Aug. 

4; Orpheuro. S|irlnglleld, H-ll. 
Il.vr.-n A Langdoii, Mujesllc. Chicago. 30-Aug. 4. 
Byrne. Myrtle, Ilraidairsoii's, Coney Island, n. Y., 

3U-Aug. 4. FT 

Carroll A Clurke, Trn*aileru, Chicago, 3n-Aug, 4. 
Lnrilii A Of tu, iirplfeuui, I.<h Angeles, Onl., 30- 

Allit. II. 
Carson Bros., Hucnudaga Park, 1 1 lovers vllle, N. 

Y., 30-Aug. 4. 
Carlisle A Baker, Henderson'*, fVmey Island, N. 

Y.. 30-Aim. 4. 
Carletnn A Terre, Boulevard, MisTf.ml. Masv., 30- 
Aug. 4. 
CampliellH, The, Luke View I'nrk Terre Haute, 

luil.. .'io-Aiig. 4; WUnderlaiid Park, Danville. 

111.. • II. 
Cm-Bun, Klversldn Park, Mobtreul. 30-Aug. 4. 
Casuils i'lVt). Pernio, 111.. 30-Aug. 4. 
Carl Bros., Novflty, Denver, CoL, Aug, 0-U, 
Cnnlowiite Sisters, Aluuicdn Park, Btiller, Pa,, 3ft- 

A UK. 4. i - 

Carroll & Baker, Old Helnelberg, ' N. Y. C 30- 

Aug, 4. . . 

Cadleiix, Fiirni. Toledo, 30-Aug, 4. 
Cameron A Flatiagau, .ulympli:, Chicago, 30-Aug. 4. 
Cnrr ft Lliul, Keith's,' Bostini, 30-Aug, 4. 
Cnldwell ft Wentworth, Ouverualor's, Atlantic 

City, N. J.. 30-AUiY 11. 
Campuell A Johnson. Keith's, N. Y, 0., 30-Aug. 4. 
Caprlco, Lynn ft Fay, 1 Majestic, Chicago, 30- 
Aug. 4. 
Caprice, "Origins I," Wonderland ['ark, Freeporf, 

III., Ana. .'.-ii. 

Cnntllle Trio, (»n|fes, Snn Fran., Cal., 30-Aug. 4. 
Carroll A Giinlner, Kmplre, Ht, Puill, Mltui., 30- 

Aillf. 4. 
Camlllo ft Fonu, Orplieuni, . KurlnftOeld, O,, 3H< 

Aug. I. 
Corson ft Wlllnnl, KcIIIi'n, Cleveland, 311-Ang. 4: 

Keith's, N, Y. C. 0-11. 
Carrolltoii ft llodges, Orpheum, Wehti t'lir. Mo., 

.'KJ-Aiig. 4; Lytic. Muskogee, I. T.. (Ml. 
Cnrletun. AL. Culls>lllli,' Cli'velmid. itU-Allg. 4. 
Chrlstciilier. Brecliwotsl I'nrk, Maysvllle, Ky., 

30-Aug. 4: Orphluui. Hprliigneid, O., Oil. 
(,'herry ft Bates, Ifclgetrorxl Park, Shaiuokln, Pa., 

30-A(ur. 4. 
Chick, Great. Aim. Pork, Albany, N. Y„ 30-Aug. 

4: Ciirnh.il. New]sirt, It. L, 11-11. 
Cliadwlek Trio, ()lei)|U|igy I'nrk, Columbus, »., 

30- Aug. 4; Farm. Toledo, 0-11. 



Ind.. 3U- 



Clintbuin Sister-, Crystal, Frankfort, 

Aug. 4. ' 

Cliilders, Grace, Keith's, Cleveland, 30-Aug. 4| 

Proctor's, Newark, N. J., 0-11. 
Chick, (lertrude, AIim Park, Albany, N. Y„ 30- 

Aiur. 4: Carnival, Newport. II. L. lilt. 
CDfToril. Billy H., Music Hull, Urigliton Beach, 

St, v., nteAtur. 4.' ' 

Clifford ft Iliirka, fork, Ifnyomte. N. J„ 30-Aug. 

4: Keith's, Itostoii, Oil. 
Clevelmtd. May, Orpheum, Ht. Paul, Minn., 30- 

Aiik. 4. 
Clnrk, Cbas., A. A H„ Boston. 30-Aug. 4. 
Corhrnn, Frank, Orpneuni, SprlugReid, 0-, 3d* 

Aiiv. 4. 
Cooke A Madison, I'rocfor's 23d St., N. Y. 0., 30* 

Aug. 4. 
Cornelia ft Kddy. Keith's, Cleveland, 30-Aug. 4. 
Corbet i ft Forrester, Pusfor's. N. Y. C, 30. 

AOg. 4. 
Cnx, Hay, Old lleldellsrg, N. Y. C, 30-Aag. 4. 
Coleman, Al., Keith's, I'lilia,, 30-Aug. 4, 
Cook, Frank, A. ft, H„ Boston, 30-Aug. 4. 
Ooiiroy, John A Majiile, Loketuotit Park, Altoooa, 

Pn., 30-Aug. 4t 'Paxtsng Park, Ilerrlibunr, 

Collins' ft Hsrt, Victoria. N. Y, 0„ 30-Aug. 4. 
Cole. Will. Casino. Aabmy Park, N. J., 30-Aug. 

4; Majestic, Chicago, (Ml. 
Conroy, John ft Mamie, Lakemont Park, Ailoona, 

Pa.. 30-Aug. 4. 
Columbia Comedy F&ur. Temple, Detroit, 30-Ang. 

4; Shea's, IinfTalu. 0-U.- - 
colonial Seiitctte, Ye. Shea's. Buffalo, 30-Aug. 4. 
Coffawella, Cycllna', Tottrlng Mexlci>. 
Cooke ft Sylvia, ft. G. II.. PIMsburg, 30-Aug. 4. 
cow|ier, John, Lyceum. New London, Conn., .Id- 

Auk. 11. V 

Cooper ft Robinson, Proctor's. Newark, N. ]., 30- 

Aug. 4. 
Creeo Bros., Morrlstown.-N. J„ Aim. fl-ll, 
Cralne, I/.mr A Crslne, Ifollywood Park, Ralto., 

30Aug. 4; Luna I'nrk. Washington, D. C, 8- 

Crnlg. Kktir >V- Keith ft Proctor's, N. Y. 0., 80- 
Aug. 4. 



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THE NEW YORK OUEPPER. 



August 4. 



'JMfe ISy^^Z m-a*.- j 4. L - 
iffi\ '"'' wlia *MM sWeTFa.. »• 

Juniper si,*.a,es,, nlTonor. Park. Portlnrrt, Ma., 

KatSa bS».j White citr. Milwaukee, 36-iog. V. 

Kaufoiali^Ijsters. Ssvln Bock, iter Hareu, Conn.. 

Kaufbutt Troupe, Forest Ptrk, Kansas Cft'r, alo , 

AUK. 6-11. 
Karoo', Pantomime Co.. Freebody Park, Newport, 

"1 Mrs Alfral.'WijBrilt: 'CbfeMo, 



Srllit Adams, 0. 0. H., PltUpurg. SO-Aug. 4. 

Dili * curlew, fmmSil tX9m*fk as*., 

Datu 4 Wilson, Boaamoa Garden, aYr Ttockaway, 
N. Y.. 30Aug.ll. /^.v,. S*\ 

DeTla, Uark aliun, Chestnut Bffl Part, pHR*., 
30AM- 4. A?' 

Dajtelle, Madge, Caalno, Ontario Baa**. N. I., 
30-Aug. n. 

Danaody. Cook'a Park, E, Seville, lad., 30-Aog. 

4; Cheater Park, Cincinnati, 0-11, 
Danovas, Lea, Cmhetap, L Webb C 

Aug. 4 ; \^dc,VSk,Wmmt, '■ 
Ilawsoo A Whiaffir-'MMMk S»n 

80-Aug. 4; OBP^ ' 
Dajra-ell. AnrletV^ 

obea'e, Buffalo, V-IY. ' «uit '_. TO lu 
Dankmer Troupe, flohmex Tan, Mocttrehf, 30- 

AOf. 4. -. -j..-» t 

Da.eoport. Harrj. Kelth'a, wrtpn. 30-Ai 
Darren. Bnbert, Partang Pttfk, Hnrrlabd 

SO-Aug. 4. *.' ,-nr p,,„ . .• ., 

Demoolo A Belle. Tlorney Park, Allenlnwh, Pa., 

30-Aug. 4; Kris, Casino., So. Bench, M.,,!.,'*- 

Do doe, Harrr, ldora Park.^ottngatowa, O., 80- 

Aug. 4: Park, wneelltu/. W..Ya.. oil, j ■ 
Deagoo, Arlbor. Kelth'a. |B«tfM»d. 80-»»- 4. 
De Vllbta, Oreat, Coney: laltta), (Wkoatl, 30- 

Dervha. las. T„ tone jpitri. itftjakoiw. ¥.'&.. 30. 

Aug. 4: Lyric Ho*. »^>nijth. |UMI. 
Dolmore A rf.rretl. Prwior', 53d 8t„ • K, 1. 0-, 

30-Aug. 4: KeWs; PtitH.. »1t. '- •' ■ . 
Delmore A Oneldi,. Proetor'a 23d St., N. I. c. 

30-Aug. 4. 
De Vloe A Kelly, BIlou. Dnllltb, Minn., 30 Aug. 4. 

s, <8 i«eV mtt* 5*g».> «. 

>A blnstnorc. 'T-lric. Ardnwre. 1. T.. Aug. 

The. Lake S'liimuc, trybViu'fle,' Ha,.., 

Anferi a*iriS'*!'T. O.. asjamY 
. Broa.. lana-raoll Park. lies Maine,,, la.. 
,6-11. i. -.,; p ,., feu 

" -oa.. Fair. Winnipeg, Can., 30-Ang. 4 ; 
rook Caalno,'. So, Bend. Ind., ttrllay 
owera ■ A Dixon. I.gkeshle Casino, Akron, 
„ Aug. |i r^r&l«fif¥kfk. Dartoo, . *J». 
Wort), CteifeePat*. .Cincinnati, JO-"*- 4. 
Hire.. Hrjjjjtcar, J?ng., jOjAHfs 4 ; 




<-'--'■ i r '"n't tru-aiiuji. -v a 

il,, Soiitlismpion, ■■ 6-li ; Hip., Btritijl|adiain, 

irty.' Vifi;'iiuSfeo.t.|»irt. Rietimonfl, Vt., .Ti- 

' ft Rnaaeil. t>orr.cy Park, All rat own. l*a., 
... W 4l WoodlJinU, A-bkad. (baa*w 
IWjIe'ft-dmift*!', Uighland nrlr.' -Viewport, III., 

.LQ'Aug. 4. 
Doberty'a Poodlea, KelthV Phlla., 30-Aoj. B,. 
Donrtfsn ft Arnold. L«K Vtn, Aabtrn, Ke„ 30- 

Drlcula, A., ti'nlque. dan Jo'(*c, tal-. 30-Vitg. 4; 

Bell, Oakland. 0-11. 
Dubtura. Kljlng, White City. CMcazo, .10-Ans. 11. 
l)nrbj»?tle, Loa ft Kar. Krwbody Ptrk, Newport, 

■R 1., SO'Aiis. «. 
Dfinn. Arthur, Music Hall, BrightOD Beach, N. Y-. 

DQhVift*" Xhe, A. & a., BoMon, BO-Aog. 4. 
OgiiliEtTrv ronr Csstlrrir, m*«(f lew Patk, CUIcago, 

tftlSft^-'leiorla. N. V. C, iit-Uk f 
Rrl. ft BArtfetT, Be*coo Pack, WekBter, 

tarJ A WUwn, Boblnaoo Park, Ft, wajne, lad., 

Kurlv ft Late, Ponce de Leon, Atlanta, Ga,, 30- 

Aug. 4. 
BtflE Virginia, Proetor'a 23d St., N. Y, O., 30- 

*$££ Warner, . Elflridge Park. KtnUYa, V. t.. 

SCKAug. 4. 
Dckert ft Ben. Tenpta, .Uetrolt, 80-Aug. 4 ; Bock 

^prlops Park, B. Llierpool, O.. rt-U- . kw 
Edify, Arthur, Elysean Grove, TiiacfJn, Aria., 30- 
r AUg. 11. 
Edward*. Gub, ft Co., Sobmer Park, Montreal, 

30-Anf. 4. 
tttwarda ft QleoWOftfl.'Olipjpitf. <3hlc»»o,.80'Aiig. 4, 
Edaall ft Prfbea. Procior**. Newark, N. . J., 80- 



Mim., 



Atlg. 4. v- ira 

Kilmonda ft Healy, Gtean Bajr, Wis,, 30-Am. 0, 



Cal., 

EldrldgeT Great. Spring Qrofe Park, Springfield, 

0., 30-Aug. 4. 
Elton, Sum, Wietarla Orore, N. Y. 0., 30-Aug. t. 
Elll>i-No*lBii Trio, Sbea'tt Buffalo, 30-Aug. V 
1 roniptt, Oracle, ft Co., Park, Lexington, Masa., 

30-Auf. 4. - _ .. ^.^ ■ 

Emtnett.-* Kiirve. Belalr ftokd Park. Balto., 30- 

Kmpire Cl'ty Onartettu, Moafc VhU,' IHHi 
^arb, N. S'., 110-Aik. ,4, ,.» , 

Lmplre Cotnecly I'our, Bloas ft Stoll Tour. Eng., 
UO-Auit. 11.. . ,-.•* . ,. .. .. 

Engliali Roaebuda, Snn Bernardino, Cal., 30- 



Akg. 4. 



Hack, Intuan'a, Coney laland, N. ¥., 



Eiijiri ,-ft Lofetta, Whtlo City, New HuTtn, Conn.. 

ao-Aun. 4. . . .■ -, 

EiuneruJita, Unyvra Lake, Csttfon, o., 90-Aur. 4; 

A*go Park, .Vouomtown, ,««U. 
European Nurelty Trio, Acme, Norfolk, Va., 30- 

*ug- »..■.•.- 
Evera, Geo. W , Park, Pueblo, Co)., Bo- Aug. 11. 
KtVrett, rBlaiieht, G. 0. B , Pittsburg, jO.-iag. 1. 
F.«i>OHltloii Four, Keltb'H. N. Y. €.. HO-Atig, 4. 
FfinlaM ill). Vorkvtfle CkdltJo. V. Y. O.; ItGliMf. 

4; Canilval, Newport. B. 1...0-11. . 
Padette Orc^entra, TvpUh'a, Boston, SO-Ans. 4. 
Faybio, ivUntrli, Peoiite'a. KxoeTator fc^gs,, Ho., 

30-AitK- 4; Alplomr, Toyeku, Kin.,«-ll. 
Fay, Cofcy ft F«y, ^herter Pqrk, -011101111186, 30- 

Antf, 4. . . - ; ■ . 

Faruufti, Bud, Trio, Hanlan'a Point. Toronto, 

Can., 30-Aag. 4. 
Furelt-Tsslor Trio, Proetor'a 23d St., N. X. 0., 

Ifo-AnVV 
Fagau & Byron, Proetor'a 23d St., N. Y. 0.. 80- 

.Aug. 4.. . 

Fnrrelt ft I* Roy, Elflredge Park, tthulra, ft, Y., 

V*Jmf ' Tyson, t.uhi P«k, Joota&wn. Pa., 80- 

FereiiMiii* Muck,, Tlvott. T:mdon, TMvg.. 30-Aug. 4. 
FeYgiwon & ' BaTron, t3odrroy*8. Grand - Raplfla, 

Mlcll.. ^O-Aiut. 4,. , . . . . ... , , .; 

FerrlH-WUey Trio. BIJo'ii. Appletob. Wla„ AYlg. 2- 

4: Bijou, Grwn Bay, 0-8 ; Bijou. Marinette. t>- 

rerimniie-Jlav Duo.' invertoll Park, t)ea Moines, 



Gaffy ft Friw-T, TjinhRtn) JWn' Park, TotdMrW. 

'riaaitnan, j2epMn? TetrrnleT netroTt. 'Ko-Aug. 4. 

,4^ 4: Prortor-i.Attianju N.Jf., *-ll. . 
Wlonl, Ikinnlc. Orifbenra, Jjc« ihgelea, Cal., 80- 

6afD9tt,' TBf."Vr»booy Krk, Ne^part. R. 1., 

30- Aug. 4. 
GayJor ft Graff, Rotoo Pt.. So. Norwalk. Coon., 

30-AUg. 4. 
Qmrltii FhLit. Proct«>. AJtany. N. Y., 30-Aug. 

-'^Ircr. (3), -mcxWa-on-the-Bay, Ot- 
,. Ang. O-ll.Bil/-,^ 
,rW, Krltli'n 'C>Ve!*ni1, 30-Aug. 4. 
tn. ingpr^oii pgrt. I>,.i Uolnea, la., 

. _ JVrlngton. IHMMMft. Toronto, Can., 

Sfc^iiWMil. Bijou. fcc«orh. 1)1.. 80-Ang. 4, 
T A rv«, Fmebnily V»rt ( Newforr. R. I., 30- 

r.(l[". Grnmf, .ijgfion, 'ind., 30-Ang. 4j 

... BtrB., Keltiri'/VW'B-. 30-Awt. 4. 
Ormit. Topi. Klertric f'arky : A?»any, N. Y., 30* 

Glpard. Slarle, Cryatal Park, Omaha, Neb., 30* 

o/trthjin ft Perry, Bitnoua l*irt, Grand Rapldt, 

_■ afl&tJMww fey 

Relei. Crit.. 30-Allg. a. 
Glrard ft Gardner, G. O, It., Plltaharg, 30-Aug. 4. 
GIlMm, little. Old Heidelberg, \. Y. C, 80- 

Aug. 4. 
Ooter ft Pitta, Rlvenlde Park, Montreal, 30- 

lUg. 4, ■ . -a ,.... J., 

tlob, Mr. ft Mr*.. Ezcelstor Sngo., *!(«., tW- 
' Park, Joplln, Xo^fti-11. 



■^Carthy, «rW ^oblano Park, It. Wayne, RaxIi. McAny * l« ;u j ■airtt, 0^0^!?, ^ (J 



Wc^ft'WBi'Wafaqn. Broftflfe. %. K «6- 



tone kJK Cedar Pty.WMii 
a c . 4 ; Ukeripi* Park. Terfe Hi 





: .Temple. VgjfC' H ft" **J 



g o.. id*. 

t», ind., ft- 

Ufltriaa 1»>. BeoVraon't, Coney fafiusd, K-'Y., 

30 Aug. 4. 
Mertltt, ltaymond. Unique, Loa Angelea, Cal., 30- 

Slaten, Jfaaleal Halt, Bclgbtoa Beach, 

$Jkl£; A &ifat*, Wabe^fVR. if. S* 

tomVa i^tei1ff«< hMfc k. Jr., ao- 



.-^jd.'o. 1*.. "PHtiftirt, 30-Xb. k 
•oi. Grand Raplda, Mich., 30. 



K (Si^Pagtofa. N. Y. C. 30-Aug. 
tfrra A La?lne, Oxford Lake Park 
ih., 3C-Aug. 11. 



Anaiito-j. 



Boy<<r. Atcblo ft Co., Farm, Toledo. 30-A 

Hoc 1 ""*" 



7, 'Or;-heum, Loa An- 



- Atig. 4; "Lyric Park, Jop 

flE >\ E , To- Aug. ill 

(," tjiflk, Yorkrille Casino, 



1 Ranalan Troupe, Loula»l/le, 'Ky,, 80 Aug. 



■ 4.j".fltrJjojifl, t»-i«. 
Gorton * jOlincon. Junction Park, Pa.,' 80-A*i». 4. 
M>rlc, Music Hall. Brlgfiton .Beach, N. 

_ :($)," Jocky Club Park, liouWlBe, Ky.', 

.as. ,4. . . ^-.- .-. 

1M ,Ajt Iliighpa, Casino, Sea Isle "C.ty, N. J.. 
WW 4. iifkJlttf 

Grand .Opera Duo, Yorkvllle Caalno, n. x. C, 30- 

Grtt%Rf., CTieitcr Par*. Cincinnati,' BO'-Xur. 4. 



Otfl 



[jl'rlonettea, 

S0~-Aug. 4., 
Nlel, Acme, Norfolk, 



-. Stf-XUR. 

Caalno, Hamptao .fltoadj, 



itm, ClcTeitqid. 30-Aa«. 4. 
__.M, San Frffia* Cgl.. -W-AOg. 4, 
f, Norvfoato*-", N- Y. tt,.«|-Jl8|-.t 
r A Kptaj. iO*Iion. M.«, : , Aot...2-4, ," 
r, Dnti KpflK Olympic. Chjcago^ 30-Aug. 4. 
ey SImw.. Fwnlly. L.tfay^tc, Ind. t . .30: Aug. 
a «i>Glynip^ j <aac r iiBo, 0-11. ._ -.. c .. 
KeMiedy ftjillkgn*. Parndlw Park, N- Y-, 30- 
- AJ"t- 4; TIeiidO£tt)n , <4, (»ney lulantl, OIL. 
Kicifr,- Wtn J Udi SmtM, 11. 1., 30-A'jg. 4. . 
K I w- Nrr« , Tl;p, , Coney Jaland, .Qtw-lrtijall , 30- 

SBt flr«.. Jockey Club Park, I-oulsVllIe, Ky., 

->l Ikpa ICeW* *. i 0., l SO.AifA 
_. \h, 'Ontwood rartt, -plftBhrrrr. 30-Ang. 4; 
Ijikemonc Park, Altoona, Pa., uVll. 
Klein ft Clifton, Sobmer Park, Montreal, Can., 

80-Aug. 4. 
Klein h Klein, Lakeside Park, Dayton, 0., 30- 

Mnclcttl, Bopklna' Park, Memribli, Teon., 
-.*.;,. Park, Ro^kfi?rt,,irL.,rfai. 

Wr, tpBR, , P^ntagVa, Portland, Ore., 80- 

1 Ou- & Wk-n, Family, Butte, Moot., 30- 

"ft ko'ppe,' Unooter Park/ %eVldn,'''oooD., 
>ng. 4 ;. ijiike-CoriipoDnetf, .Sojthta*on, 0-U. 
I'Trlb. lU'aa Parli* ColflaCbla, «.C., 30-Aug. 
^trnnrter.hojt fnrt,.SaVantiab. Ga., 8-la. „., 
ft ?lt.rioQ, LCaqroo, Ontario Batch, N. I., 
Angc 4»' • ■ u_ t-i'. ■ : .,-:' - I 

ll'a IJogs. HocliWfcr. N. Y.. :iO-Atg. 4. 
Jalr ft West, Sbailysifle Park, balto.. 80- 

LaiGeite. 'idea, Vend Bu Lac, WU.. 4% 4. 
*^lenr _ ft Bowen,; Wooderland Pali, ,B*rere 




__. Va., SO-Aug. 4. 

Hnnton ft Jamea, Atlantic Garden. N. Y. C, 30- 
AUg. 4. 



t^tBrK'r^nffi^ark. BroittS,. &£ 
30-Aug.. 4. 

— , Iplee, Caalno, Aabnr Park, N. 1., 90- 



B«a.' 

t>. Ed. 5,.. C 
lien A Folic 



natl. W-Aog.4. 



tford. 1 



Harp, VA. 'Ci. Coney laland. 
Hallen A roller, Boole.ard 

Aux. 4. Fas >l ^ WS ■ 

Halej A BNrtr, ColnmMa, I'tica, N. J.,M>kit. 

4: BartMmai'a. Ontario Beicn. 4-1U. :1I 
Iltll. P1UJ, i. A a., Boaton, Sfl-Atlf. ,*. ,. 
VarrlB-Benrckanle 4k Co., Eenwlck Park. Ithaca, 
^N. YTjMMTag. :*.- T -• E.-.r 

Harrer A .TJ* Vdra, Orpbeuin, Seattle, Waah., 

ft«»k1m;'l*4. rJtWt Fifk. 8t'. lartii, 30-Aoj. 4. 
Harden. VlrglnlB. 0. H.. Alexandria, Ind., 30- 

HniltaaD. Joe A.. I.akemont Park. Artoona, Pa., 

Flrtrland A Holllson. Beacon Park. Webster, Ma.,., 

BTlSrd, Johti. rtocW'a, rMrirk. K. J„ "30- 
Ang. 4. 

Barman A Franklin, Par.. New-castle. Eng.. 30- 
Aug. 4 1 Tie.. Leede. 811; Hip., Birmingham, 

tlimptoi'a Clr^,'-«!lerr^>»rk,'%iWfk-A, N. I., 
30-Aug. 4. .7 ..j «.„. j. 

Hamilton A Wfley, "Etnptre, *prloi»ead. HI., SO- 
Aug. 11, irrj-,' - ,^ta 

Bajwanl. Con«jjt at Hannfrd, ISkiralde Part. 
Dayton. O., 30-Aisi. '4 : Slalestlo, Cnlcago, 0-11. 

Harrey, Elale, Oakford Park, Qreeoabari, PA., 

Harronrt. D,lsy. Palace. I.onnoo, Eng.', 80-Attg. 

Mnaa., 
t, 4. 

on, -Oajlel'J., , Meyers laaka. Canton, o., 
I. 4ri™r *llle Weft.TSTe, P*„ 4-11. 
Trio, ftJIMreO 1'ark, taprtngneld, ill., 80- 

a.'l^ijrnrng gflfty, olein HkVen Park, Eocbes- 
_r. B. y.,«(-Ail»t 4. . ' 

Ilc,iiry, JfoungA .Cottltn, Sbellpot Park. TPittnTtrg- 

'" SlB6*Hfc*:a», 

Day t flfi, O.. jtS. 
-jom, Folles Bergere, Paris, Vr,', Atrg. 

nerbett ft i'rnuk. Spring GroTe Park, Spr'lnBin^ld, 
O., 80-Attg. "- 



Lavp^ll'ta. -The," Vbite. City, RyriicuBe; N. t., 8tr- 

Lnaelfa Troupe, Atlantic Garden, X. Y. C, 30- 
Ang. 4. ^ 

Utte, CannSn, Tfl., irO'^ug. I; Or- 
'fcd, 0-ll.j- , - 

10), Bijou, Weft Superior, 

, Tenpfe, Detroit, 80-Aug. 4. 




HIWl D. f. A.'.Vu OV-a^UJ,. V. 

„|IaiesUc, Cblcago, Ato: 0-1 1. 
HL Elwood, Ind,. JD-Aug.4. 
m)i^idet»ark.'Sa|bj|,w, F^- 

jferRle ^Caalno, N.*' 1 ¥.' C 

L.klW*"lieonard,.T«m Ante, Ind., 30-Ang. I 
La Zelle. Ertunrd, Caalno Park, Kalamaioo, Mich 
. 80-Aug. 4; Majestic, Cblcaap, 0-11. . ,.' 

La&Slon Harflle. DreaixiTa^dTTo^atui, in., ko- 

La^ BlancW Marie, Paragon Park) Boston, 30- 
Ang. 11-^. . -i , ., 

La. Ret ■WonOerfal, *G. 0. H., 'Pltttbum, 80- 
Auk, 4. 

Lar.Tell Broa., Caalno. Kalamatoo, Mich.. 30- 

,;*?*• 4 = Lalte p « k . MiiBkegon, 0-11. 

fSS* A^WllllauiH, Haoorer Park, Meriden, 

^ ~Mmk i mim. o.;8o-Xu». a. 

Leop ft Ma 

Au.'. 4., 

Leohi.rti.-.GMi, Manifloa.'B P*rk. St. Louli. 30- 
_ Aug. 4 ; Cook'a Park, ETansfUle. Ind., 6-11. 
Lewit A TlMlUgtoD, Orpkeutn, St. f aul, Minn., 

30*Ao]r. "4, , . " 

LenJundts, PaTHoVa, N. Y. C„ 30-Anc. 1. . 
aLe-TBtni, Grefct, -Temple, Detroit, JO-Aog. 4; 



rlngileld, 0., 

? St 'Pani, lb*ton..' : 80- 



30-Ang. 4; 
ldora Park,' Youtigstown, 0., Aug. 
B„ Pittsburg, 30- 



IlarwoOil. Wat. Park. V. 
AojJ. "<. ; XakVslde Parlr, 



Hearn, 
10-31 

a • 



¥,, 30 



'i^rM 



He^i^ft-'drirnam, %thctrieaj7ue lalknd,' Va., 80- 
Aug. 11. 

IlewlettM. IliF. A'lcatar. tJeriVet. Col., SO-aVii. 11. 
Hill. Will, RHaflt I'ark, UUca, N. Y^ pO-Aofi. 4. 

Uao City., ind.. 30-Aujf. 4; Bauona Park, 
Gnmrt Rapldk, <Hlen., •«, . " . 

Hickman Bros., Cbutea, Sab Fran.. Cal., 30-Aug. 

UllV* Dogs, Albaniora, So. Beacb, 8. t, SO- 
Aug. 4. 
Hill ft SernKHir, Proetor'a, Newark, N. J., So- 
il;)], -Miirr'ar K., I'rocto'r'n, Aloa'tiy, H, Y.. 30- 
Aug.,4; KelUi ft Proctor's, E ¥,,-0.^0-11. ^ 
Hobrirtb. Ourtta A Co., ^!ootUo^iet, ft. I., flO- 

Aug. 4; hocTciw-ny Berich, N. Y., 6-11... ; 

Hoffomntj. Tho, F-*ui(ly. Helena, - Mont., 30-Attg. 

4; PaMly, iBittie.j S-ll* . s ^ „ , ; . ,- 

Holdsvvorilia, The,. Caatoo Park. BrnghamtoD, N. 

Y., 30-Aug. f; Park, Bayonne, .(hll. 1L . 
Halt. A(f, ( Kwrdre Tour. .Rng,, ilO-Aug. 31. 
Hodge'r. ft lAitfictiniere, DrwrnlitrfL Coney Island, 

.».¥-. PO-Jkng,^., , ,l;_.„ , ..;, 

Park. Gardner, Mass., 30-Aug. 

OUgrb, 0-J1. - 1 U'l v 

Proctor's 2Sd St.. N. Y. C., 



Shea's. Buffalo, 0-1.. 
L *-*S rr « Snyjire, Atchlaon. Kan. 

CrjiStaJ. St- .-lTo*epli, Mo., 0-11. 
LerfMMt, AT., ldora I* ' 

Le .'Boy ft Woodford, 

Aug. .4. , , 

LeiEla, Georgia, Cbarters, Majestic, Chicago. 80- 

Lewla ' ft' Hbtt. Ortlbeum, Chmicotltt, O., 8C- 

■*Ug. ,4- ... 
LesFii, Dave,. Olympic. Oilcago. 80 -Aug. 4. 
I*wU A CUaplQ. Trocadero. CJdcaga, HO-Aug, 11. 
Lew^.lln,, Jutes. ■ 4t,.Ooi Klectrtc-Pork, Panost, 

•JjCan., 80-Aog. 4 ; Hyde Park. Unakajue, I. T., 

M-H* j i ...»..-.._ 1 . , ; .„.|.K ..: . . '."" 

Lem»n, Herbert Bert, Alexander Park, Boiler, 
Pa., 80-Aug. 4. . , . 

Lnmbx. Ftf9. Shea's. BUffaTo, '30-Aug. 4. 

in 9k PftSSiiSaBSa 

ao-Aog. ll 



onkeya, wblle "City. Cblcago, 
Atlg. '4. 



Loe> «VtRler. Wettona Beaeh, 'Bay OTty. Mien., 
ao-Aug,4; Oak SutnmlL firansrUle, lJd.,11-11. 

Liice.Jt.Lnc*,,^, BanjiftB. Mo.,^3o-Xi». % 

Ircler, Mr, 4 Mrs. Sr«,.c>«K:o. ToJedoTO., 30- 

kASfilSTfflral Wit'Newgrt. {pfT*- . . 

Ijyle. Flo. Orpbeom. «t. Pan!, -snore 30-Ang. 4. 

L WIi# floojpa.jglDe - ,,. Kokomo, Itrd., 30-Aog. 4 ; 
BoeHIngV. logknatiort C-ll. ■ ^ 

Lylton, ,«ellle, IforkTjIlc, Caalno, N. T. fc.. BO- 
Aog. 4. : 

Marabal), Bert, Four Mile Creek, Erie, Pa., 30. 

Mnrtln slaters, Empire, St. Paul, Mian.. 30-AUg. 
Slnrsnan', »!<*», Vulectrlc Park. OjlTeatcail Tejt.. 

aTaraitelt 1 !^ . "> Syi*TeaWr, 'Rohlnaoii ' 



Howard, Great, PaVlllon, Dowaglac, Mich., 80- 
Hpffpiao, Kittle. Prneburflt Park, Worcester. 

K Aug, Ml.,., -, -■ ,■. -■ ..-..-: 

4 "PlttBtieliL'U-l'L' ' HofTmnn. Le«*. Tumbling Run Dam. Brldjreton, 

Aug. "4; TeairTe, Detroit, Mich.. Ml. Hognn, Rrtiwt. Victoria. K. Y. G, 30-Aug. 4. 

FlflK/WnrTT flfeff Park, YoangiSoVn. 0.. 80- B A Lewli, BUou, Wine, Wis., 30rAng. 4; 

Bijou, Oslikosfi, 0-11. i.; .:, 

Uoston ft.Ddlas, Ukealde Patk, MIddleiown. 

Conn., H0-Auv. 4. . ..- -,^ 

Bmm Jlroa,, Mm UUe Creek. .Brie, Pa., 80- 

Aug. 4; tfaufto, AkWin, .Y^JaATT* 
HuMey_a«ft. 1: W., Alameda rark, Bhtler, Pa., uai 



30-Aur. .4. . . -....•■•. 

Fisher. Mr. 'ft Mrs. FAMBt. Proctor's 23fl St, 
N. Y. 0., 30-Ang. 4 ; Proctor's, Newark, N. 1, 
O-ll- ... ... -, •■ .. V 

Fltigerald ft TralWr, No. AdaTna, Mass.. 30-Aug. 



. .. ; Collins' garden. Cplumbus, j-Jll. 

■ ft Johnson, marr, Atoorh, III., 30-Aug. 4 ; 



iVaiae. Ind., 80-At«. 4 ; White City. Milwaukee. 
Mad I o ij,' Mart, Godfroy'i, Grand Rapidi,' Slcb.. 
M«k, Joiu. 'ft Carrie, Orpbenm, uknaoeld, 0., 30- 



■L Pastorla, V. J. 0.. 3(I-Aajr. 4. 
:f«.<3),~Park, Lexington, Tifiss,, 30- 



Dowlhig's. Logaiiflport, lli(1..:6-ll 
'ltlReriVId 'ft OUTlay. iHland ~ 



_ Park, rtodson, 1^. Y.. 
. . Valley, JSTrncutc, ML . . 
Miller,. Grand. Pern. Ind.. 80-Aug, •! 



Family. .Lafayette, fl-11. „ 

Flyun, Wm, Electric Park, Kansas City. Mo., 80- 
Aug, 11. 

Hood Bro*., Rfreratde Park. Saginaw, Mich., 80- 

IrMHT Staters, White City, Syracuse, r«. Y-, 80- 

Kord HlKters ft Bro'tneTa, VlAbrla, N. Y. 6., SO- 

Fo* ftOrty. Ko. Beach. N. Y., 30-Aog. 4; Rock- 

awny Read). 0:11. „ . . ».»«.-, 

Fox & fttigVea. 'Caalno Park. Salt Lake, U., 30- 

Fontl Bonl Bros.. Klka' Fair, Erie, Pa., 30-Aug. 

Furreat ,& Maynanl, Gr|ibeuni, St. Paul, btlnn-. 

Foster. Kil.;" A Dog. LaUealde Park, K'knni, 0., SO- 

Fosfer A* Foster. OlyntrJc, 'Cnlcaito, 30-W 4, 
riSS ft Ditre. Wirlnglferortk Park. So. Bfnd, Ibd.. 
■Ip-Aug. 4; Lake nlcblgau -Park, .muskegmi. 

rtfiff 'OtUs., Alirdome. lola. Kan., 80-Aug. 4 ; 



.0-11- . ... -.,.; ...-, -oi .Z-U. 

Hyirc, fiea.1h ft Wkllb. Avon Part, Yomgatown, 
-D.; »-AtuT. 4. ' ..... .... -.,-. 

" >, .Bob.ABertba, SteaolerkftM rk>k, Briage- 

rt. Conn.. 80-AUg. 4; Safin Rock, Sew 

il^>.r^tn. M Bblly*Ond,Phi;k. Balfto., '80- 
A«g.A. AnVdyairle'Pkrk, Halto.. 0-11,.,, 
Irmea & By an, lAke Michigan Park, Muskegon, 

Itiilloii, .Trio, Henderaon'a, Corey Tats'nd, N. Y., 

Jsmw ft^b'sTis, Hprtitg take Pkrk, Trenton. V. J., 

Jaffiif'^ofc. HeWeraon'k. Oooey UttSfc V." Y-. 



Aug 

Jack Kin ft Hum, 



aSorumbega Park, Boston, 30- 

Jacnfaji' ft Vantyk. Electric Park, Newark, N. 7., 

Ktw r BT»" PPmliy, Butte. Moot.. Sft-A^r. 4. 'tck-Mr, ft Mrs.. Fsriu. Toledo. O. 30-A\ig. 4. 
KrtSrtck, l'ttil. - 1C»in.a, Phil*.. -.TO-Aug. 4; jfiShi, TOW' ft:**., Aton Park, Yomigalowp. 0., 

MhswaJK 4- . , .... ■', . /I-. 

Jo^fiiW*.- Xlbert. & Fro.. Star. Donork, Pa„ 80- 

Aiir. 4 : 8tar, MojiPitsen, fl-ll. , . .. / ■ . 
.TrnnlnM A BeiVTreV, 'Mwk Pirt, twiagstown, 

■«., SO-aMtk^aV 1 >.-'■' ■. -■-,-- - ;,, . • 
Jranre * Kllsworth, O- tt.. Paterson, N. J., Sti- 

Jbhuktbr])'. sWa1eal v AIbafcbrt, XOndm, hag., SO- 

Jtftawm ft' Grant, Andltortam, NutWlk, Va,. 80- 



KeJU. ft Proctor's. N. Y. C, fl-ll. 
■iQK N&S IVwey. lUlca. N. Y„ 80-Aug. 4. 

FrerierlrkK ft Don. lirvdoinrd, .Medfurd, Mans,. 30- 

Frencli, ■ L'pnrl, Music. Hall, lWjr>r^n Rpach. N. 

Kranclaoos Wk VafOM Plirk, Little "Rock. Ark., 
30 Awr. 4: MnnnltrnV Park. 8t..*.«fls. O-ll; 

Franklin. Lillian, Noeerly. Vlctbr. Ctrl.', 30-AllR. 4. 
»r, Henry. Atlantic Ganlcu, N. Y. C. 30-Aug. 



Mack ft Di 

Marshall A Lorraine, Keith's, OereWl, 30- 

■Aui, t4- » ... 

Marcey ft Kforan, Proetor'a, Newark, N. U„ S 1 ©- 

Martln! & MMlUn, Olympic. Chicago. 30-Au 4. 
Mardo WrQ, Fontaine Vftrry.Park, -Lonlarllke, 

iaalpiieF ft Wilson, Alrdcime. Emporia. Kan,, fto- 

j WW ^syfal Ohutes. Bra Fran., Cal. 30-Aqj, 11. 

eaflWwaj. ^ .Nevaw A Mareena, Meyers Lake, Can- 
ton. O.. 0-11. .•■■-- i . 

Hmtf il). Jockey Grub Park. LoabTrlUe, Ky.. 
30-Aug. 4. ... 

Mr ft Mac, Camden. Me.. Aug. 1, Vtsal Haven, 

MaJreme 4 -Trininaa. lialtli'a," N. Y. C, 30-Aug. 4. 
Math. ens. Goditoy'a. Grand Rapids. Mich., 80- 

Mfl\*toBu,"MuiJvw, Atlantic Garden, N. X. C, 80- 

MkMga'U,' Bert, AVon: Park, VoiinaKtown, 0.. 20- 

AUg. 4 : .Four Mite Creek Park, Ktle.-.Ba.. 6J1. 

MaHbi.' Dato> -P*tct». Otatid, .Vkctorla, B. O., 

S, 30- Aug. I: Grand, Van CouTer u .«.lL 
■*ur>w, VlctrfT,a:;N. Y. K 80-Aug. ». 
aiHjev & Knmer, (Jodfroy'a, Grand Raplda, 

MAnq ft Fox* 0. O. H., Plttaburg. 30-Aut. 4. 

L4*CaA'arMta A Monkeys, Ordbotnn. Loa Angeles. 
CM.. SA^ttR. 8. .- ,-j ■ 

M#f|ca ft fte*3ie. St. Ry. Co., Portartnt, p«.. 80- 
. Aug. 4. . -.. 

HiWcb, Qoofroy'a. firand RanlQi, Mich., 80- 
Aug. 4. 

U«OW% Crthtn Forest Part. 8t. LOdIb, SO-A-ig. 4. 



McWattftn ft M.Frtpn Co., Oirheuwh Rao Fran. 

Cal.. aii-Au*. *4i'i Orpheura. ,Lai Aagetea. r,-ii. 
McnMlan, Jna., iRUJou. Ihunth, Urna.. 80-Ang. 1. 



Frjy, 

Aag. o-H. ■ J 



Jones A karoArii: Cry»tal, Derrott. Mlcb.. Atrg. 

*■«,• . ■„ - •• ' - • .,.- 

Joke, A Hit,, Kelth'a, Pklla.. 30-Au.. .4. 



UcCullottgh. Carl, A Co.. OlymplO, CMeavo, no- 

- ■wig, ., '. ,- '*.•■- ;..- ,- .- i ■ .-. 
UcKlnnon ft Reed, BlJon. Kalatnaaoo, kfitb.. 30- 
..■-Atkr. 11.:. • .r™^ . . 

McQlitnl, Bro, , White City, Woreeater, afaaa., 

3(«-A,l«. .4. 
UWoole,; H'ra.. Mkleatle, ' Chlckgro. BMaak 1. 
McCree^Juule, * Co., UaJtaUc, Cklokko, JO- 



*8s-sr 



bSrli. Olympla. Pk«a. , F>„ - krk. J+^i 
_6*434(b. Colfseua. derelanu,. 10-Atat. 4; 
*gr5e„»ti»ll. 0-U-.. A... i.,7"L--'i.- a 
mltter A "Eda-ar'l., llljoa. VnldO, Him., 90- 

Mljuon, .Helen, Empire, St.' 1'atil. Mnsn., 30- 

»U\kS>. ri<o. W.. Mr. » airs., star, Atlita'ta. Oa:. 

;# iewli, Cajlno Park, KalamiMO. Iklcti,, 

" Jp liWrr,, Wo6dlynn> rar», 'datnoeo/, X. 

j'orir'ft ^»Wntne. i'lciu'r, N«Wci*Ie, : ^Ir-d., 

" If. 4.' £ «a.--tc'i> 

.,, Lanra, S^p. ,J &.i'.PIttsborg,3kHm. 4. 
llton A Kaiser, Eldora Park, Cnarleroi, Pa., 30- 
Aug. 4; Islsrd Park. Johnstown, 6-11. 
Millard Broa. (BUI ft Bob), Falryiew Park, Day* 
ton, 0„ ao-Aug. 4 ; Spring Orore. Springfield, 

Staffed. ABo.Tlsb, sWedy's. NcWpcrt at 1-, 30- 

aittSf' A' KreikO, Heiloeraon'B, Coney Islsad. N. 

,JfM.541-Aag. 4. .i.v;'.-. -^ .-■«.. „:,. 
BIKWtli. Dnnchrt, Farm. Toledo, 00-Aug . 4. 
SUlla,* Horn,, }3ecrr)c Part ..SoMBfrarry. Ala., 
K 4; 1*008 del^JO Park, aVtLWa, Oa., 




JL Conway, Eaci 
JStatTelotr,, Lyric 



rl Cora. Faintly Perk. Site City, la.. 30. 
jaj 4; Omaha, S»b., (Jl.,,. , — ■ 
MtttS * . Edwatos, ■ Bljon, Superior. Wis.. 30- 

jioor* torn, Electric 'Pick, Nekr'ark, Nf"!.. SO- 

htoote. Myro .Troupe, PIeairi(e fetyV IaVrai Branch, 

MOfSiey" A. HofbetD, PalataV,' iSrAon; : Ttn|„ 30- 

Jlcere, IftlWeJ. P*o. Dultrfb. itlnn., SO-'AVg. 4. 
MontagiBps Cockatoo Clrcua, Young's Pier,.Atlan- 
. He.Cltr. fcj,,M-Aug7lfi ... V-M- 
atotoglr], La, Rtckard'a Tour, Anatralla. 
Motse. Bon. Luna, Park, Pittsburg, 30-Aug. 4; 

White, City. Wrajteanor,. Jl. i.. int. ,..., . 
Moire, alsten,, VMn, NOHotk. Va.. 3g,A«; 4. 
MoVgan. Clirj. t)e*ey, Utka. N. Y., SO-Aai. 4. 
Murray, Clayton A Drew, Bockaway Beach, N. 
t., 30-Aur. 11. 

Wp£ft »fe&e?i,' fjC*r 

Mylip,' Sjtm, Cheater ParXcinclnnaft," 30-Aug. 4! 
M) era A Uoae, Krtth'a JBofton, 30-Aug. A. 
Neola, plycoplc. ChJcagd,.;80,Aua. 4.'-,. : . 
.Vewaboja Quartette, OppMtun. Springfield, 0., 90- 

NH«oo' A' Nelson, brpheum, St Pa'jl.'attna., 30* 

NewJ^n A Marguerite. Bljdo, Drrfoth, jathSn., 30- 

'...kky, Htnlin'a Pt:, TcSooto, .Van., 30- 
_ 4 : Tjtke Part. Klngaton, e-11. 
Nice. Kittle, Edgewood Park, Sbatookln, Pa., 80- 

S'oWn.SlaW. »**», CteVHaMC, A 1 *. 0-li. " 
SOW A Ttotoesv A. A S„ MS BO-Aug. 4. 
North, Bobby, Mason, Loa Angelea, Cal., 30-Aug. 

Notm. •The', s'toSftt Pi'rt, thjia, S. fc, So- 
Aug. 4. 

Kudo.. Famous (3). Blrerslde Park, Montreal. 30- 
Ang. 4. 

Nugent, J. C. A Co., Kelth'a, Clereland, 30-Ang. 

O'Da'y, Ida. Chutes. San Fran., Cal.. 30Atrg.'lf. 
Otlell A, Jtiujay, Cook's Park, EranaTUIe, 




Of. 4. 

.iin, Mo°''3o: 

l,^arrlet, OrrdHrom,'fe'«H,l. m nri ., 3,. 

■jgii A Kroh, Deway. '''Wia, N. T.. 30. 

_yy A BM»n,St>T*v J poeatello. ld,„ 

Jl* Darla Walbrldge PJrt, (Toledo, 0.. 30- 

r.Moaleal. White Cliy, fk Worth, Teg., 

SS Da'rU, Waltalda^pirk; Votedo, 0„ 30- 

V* Cheater, Famlly/ilfiilB, Moat, Araj. «, 

I * . M " rl< "' 1 Iol>r * *a4S,'Vormgatown, . 

*. K.,'ltoaa Ton,, lUte-'jo-log. 31. 
Kelth'a. Phlla.. 30?— ■ 
'Great. O. H., Baal 
(B), Hajnons, Or, 
Aug. 4. 
S»JJ«r«, Chalk, Park, Lexington, Maaa., ati- 

SC 3o''AuaV^° M " FJ ' 1 * 1 ' , P » rfc Cotu ' B W, aid., 

uWHloo, PhU>„ 30.Aufc 17 
-.caSrWU, S^aji^]^ni; , «3». 

^*Doga' PaaSr^3f r 'Y N ' * t J*^*' l » 4 - 
iCtV, tl'.errffi Park.' itontrnl, J sS',J" < 
AJteagle, Cotaljtle. S|s>k,»',. : WUIi,. 3,,: 

flu, Satan .I*-"?: . C - ^O'Atbj; 4. 

■^ligE 1 ' " < 

"SSkTBUI, ITfbeArtii NewarK f>. ■!.. 30. 

ifi'e axrrlna; ; plctmies, Qlea' Ecno Park 
^-»on,D C,^«-Aug. 4. ,~™ ""' 

^L..11^ra)efreV> Garden. CoWrAhe, 0,, 

Sbotfc fcTiWty, 'fereeusburg. Fa 30-5k%-4. 
Sharp BroaT Vlrtom. N. f. C, aO^klv,: 
Sliubert Qtrartette. Keith's. Clereland, SO-Aug I 
shannons .{A), Taloqucga Park. Attleboro. Mas,.,' 

SlaflgSwa, PaJ.,VC,rl^!e, Eng., Aug. 6-11: 
mp., Maocbesler. 13-18. " ' 

Simpsons. Musical. . Park, Lexington, Maaa., 30- 
Attg. 4. 
SUMou Brw. . Woodlyn Park. Camden. N. J.. 30. 

.Aug. 4: 'j<r*tn pier, Ooean ctt,, ^-11. 
Slater & Fincb. Scbaefter'a Garden, Colurobu, 

. 30-Aug. 4. 1' \, '".: fY ■■' . 

Smith A Ada'tua, Orchedm, St, F-aul. Miuu 311. 

, Aug. 4. 

Smith A Baker. Iteowlck Park. Ithaca. N. Y„ 30. 

- Ang. 4. ., m ' 

Smith, Peter V., Wipe 'Cltyi Chtcago. 30-Aog. 11. 
Snyder A Beynoldb. Manhattan, Nortolk. Va„ au- 
j Ang. 4. i ' . . . 

Sjaadrtul. Psiil, :t3]trteji, flau Frau., Col., 30-Attg. 4. 
aaVWja. A Mack, Olympic, SprlngKeld, 111.730. 

AQg. 4 ; Bltcat. Oaleaburg 0-11. 
Stark. Toble, Hyde Park, Muskogee, I. T., 30- 

sturrt' A\%oole>. tft'ellpot Park,: Wllmlngtou. 

Del., Aug. 6-11. 
Stgr^.A/JhonUa. Demllng's, Bockaway. N. Y. 

Steely, Doty A Coe, 0. O. J H., Piiutiorg, 80-Aug. 

Stevens. Edwin. Mitslc Hall, Bregntoo Beach. \. 
" 30-Aug. 4. 



fm 8I _. 

'ele'o, Whtte City Park, Milwaukee, ■&■ B> Sj! 



tAateOy Slatere, Family, Lagayette, Ind., 30- 
taa Olympic, Chicago. 6-11. ' . 

Tr* Le Roy, Crystal, Frankfort, ind., so- 
il Elwood. 0-il. 
k,%lttle, Renwlck 



Park, Ithaca, K: X, 



Oiirl. Allele Purrie, Paatang Park, Harrlsburg, 

Pa.. 30-Aug. 4. „ ■. ^.... 

GirkUI's Majestic Wuatrele, Atlantic City, H. J., 

■oVWe A Fraiik, Chester Park, Cincinnati, SO- 
Aug. 4. 
O'Toole. Jack, Btiou. Duluth. Minn.. 30-Aug. 4. 
Osborne, llml. Keith's. Pulla., 30-Aug. 4. 
Ou„. The. Brlttanla-r- " 

... IwE 4 ; «rre«ttte 

Patty Bros., iutoona Park, Grand Bapida. Mich., 

30-Aug. 11. 
Patterson A Gardner, Auditorium. Norfolk. Vs., 

Pjldl A, Wells, Old Heidelberg, k Y. a, 3u- 

Pero A Wilson, Wonderland, wnwankee, W^la., 
, AllaT, (Mi 



■on-tbe-Bay, Otts,w,, Can., **', 



Stlnson A kfertoa. Keith's, Bdstoo. 30-Aus- 4. 
Statsxaaui A Crawford, Uurernator'a, Atlautie City, 
■*'9l.faW-Au«. 4. 
atn-ttrrtto Trio, Olympic, Chicago. 30-Aug. 4 ; 

Teaapk*. Detroit, u-11. 

Siiti La Vardo, Elks' Carol,. I, Erie. Pa.. 

30-Aug. 4. , 

Stanley A Alleen, Crystal, Kokomo, Ind., 30-Aug. 

4; Crjstal, Logaosport, 0-U. 

—Maud A r -— 

W. 4. 1J; . , 

nuadii A QUrblith' TWhs, Crystal: -tfa'rlou, lud., 

, SO-Aug. 4 ; Ctyatal, Elkhart, tt-U- 

St. 4-eon A McCualck, Alcaaar, Denver, Col.. 90- 

A^g. 11. 
St.Ouge Bros.. Temple. Detroit. 30'Ang. 4- 
!ft. JlBsu, M.. Park, No. Adsms, Mass., 30-Aug. 
4 ; Park. PlttaVeM, 611. . 



Peffinl^'candlle. P«k. B. Lleirpooi, O., So- ■!» fBUll. .tBgljl II i;SMfc 1>V»» 
P8ra¥'^l«i, TIeri«eraoti'.,'Cot»y itod, N. t.. *■%!£•%• *• »«J««» , »n*. E ^ *• » 



Penman* Barry. Auditorium. 'Norfolk, Va:, 30 



'Atuj. 4.^ 
Petctriti, 



Sng 'Bro,.. Freeeody Part, " Wwiport; H, t. 

30-Aug- 4.- 

Pelot, Prod A Auule, Island Park, Anhntn, JL J., 
ip-Aug. 6j Sptaajiept, 



tpttaae Pack, Atlantic City, 



Phinips, B.R.. A CA..'!Ke;tlh>. Phlla., JO-Jluf. 4. 
Phjpipe, M«Same.,Alrdode. I'ltlstata. Kan., 30- 

Ani. 4 -l Alrfmne,. Cahtite., 6.-1V :- - ■ 
Pierce A UiLWl Tour, :Kub., 30-lmr. 31. 
Pierce * .Soaalyn.'.'.Kre'raolI. Park, Dea Mo'.nss, 

Ik.'. r»-Aug74. ' ■ . ;. . 

Pierce A Opp, Lincoln Park, Ne. Bedford, ataes., 

'SO-A'ug.ili:. _ ........ 

Plnhrd'.A While, GUTemator'a, Atlantic City, 15. 

J., 30-Aug. 4: Steeplechase Pier, Atlautie City, 

tj-H. ... .- j-.-,.,. -, ......^ .„. ;-,.-.-. 

Piccolo Midgets. Victoria. K. X. 0.. SO.Aog. 4. , 
Pluck At-Lnck, Star^. Mooe-aoo, Pa., 30-Aug.,4. 
Pint*. Gw- L..,*h«, City, .Wc*cmo5, Mass., 

SO-Ahg. 4. . ?• : - ' j. ' 

Pott-tlotllris A -Carmen Ulsters, Henderson's, Coney 

" limd. N..Y.. 30-Xrrg. 4. 



Pol? A^'Poik, *Lakeu»«' Park, 'Afoonk, iM., M- *W* 9S.J, l^kemont Part! AJtiona, Pa., 30- 



Sylvester. Jones, Priogle A sfonell, Wlit.tia 

fiw. N. Y. .0., au-Atw- 4. . - - v . 
n A O'Neal, Beacon Park, Webster,' Mass.. 
Aug. 4. - .. . 4. - ■' a • • 

Takes. White City, Blnghaufldn, ft,' at, 80-Aug. 

Teal. Sayauond, Baraona, OTand BapldB, Mich.. 

30-Aug. 4..- . „ 

Ten Brooke, tainbert A Co., BonleTard. Medford, 

- "C 80-A 

...... He. t 

_Pitt8rtlle, Pa4 Araj. «M1. 

TlSler SUterfc YorkTllrJ Casino. N.' Y. C. 80- 

Atar. i,- 1 .- . .-' .' 
Thijroe A HoWsworth, Star, Cripple Creek, Col., 
_. Nay -4; -Colo.. Springs, 0-11-. ^. . . .. 
Thoniae A -Payne, Sacandaga Park, OloyersTllle, 

NT. Y„ 30^Lug. 4. , - - .^ - . 

Threlkeld A Avlcke, PailUpa', Richmond, led.. 
' IPsaVam- 4.- -,.-.. _= ■ ■ 

Tiinrrton A Grey, Empire, St. Paul, Mine. 80- 

Toye„'ilu,lcal. Park, Wboellog. W. Va., 30-Aug. 
4i Atayera Lake, Canton, 0., 0.11. . 



Ottluajro, B4B. - . ,'.„.•. w . . 
rr, >TcfceToJeon. Fall Riser, Man., 



Atrg. 4. 

Polrera <8). Street Fair. Tipton. Irid., 30-Aug. 4. 
P<me, J. ,C, Sans Snucl.park, Chlcaso..3<).^«a;. 
• ..♦t.OI/rnnlc, Otllcajo, -6U 

Princs, Arthur, Victoria. N. Y. p.. 30-Atrg. i. 
I?rovuarilea 1"6). Ttatnoua, Grond RapH,, Mich., 

. :tOAUjt. 4. i-jT -T7 

Pryms.^The. Cascade Park, N'ewcaafle, Pa., SO- 

. Auc- 4:1 Junction Park. Bearer. Falls. QUI. . 

Pulley'* Dixie ieeretiaiters, Mae View Park. Mid- 

dletowp, . Conn« , 3B-Ang. 4; -Witdwopd Park, 

Putnam. Mat*., JJjli;, ., .;. ,.-. ,.. -, \L 

Pucella A Aruen, Park, Heuchester, U. 1I„ '30- 

.'Alrg. 4. ._, ... 

QuIbs. imct'e'y A Nlckereon. Sock Sprlhlr,, E. 

. uJeratttt, o„ JO-Aug^ 4. . 

Ray A Taylor. Salisbury Behch. Mass., 30-Attg. 

4;,SalTO, 0JX.-.--r - , 
U»po.*i«ter«. Kith'", teeton. 30-Auf. 4. 
xaain-ntavrarWaylritrn's, WisUrla Grore. N. Y. 0.. 

...30-Auaj. i.- .;■ ■ . ,, . . , . 

Ratio A Berlrpm, Keith's. Phlla., Ang. 0-U, 
IlaEn'e ilonkeie. VlctorUi, N. Y. a, aO-Ang. I. 
S. J....:*)" - 



Touhoy. Pat- A Hay, Onset Bay, Maaa., 30-Aug. 

t~. Wachusett, Gardner, 41-11. 
Trbman. Wallace. Kelth'a, N. Y. C. 30-Attg. 1 1 

Keith's. Boston, Ml. . ■ ti „, . 

Trohbadours . (3). Ratnona. Grand Bapida. Mich., 

IWsAng. -4: -Casino, Kalautaxoo, 6-11. . - 
Tsuda. Harry, Paxunj Park, Harrlsbnrg. P».. 

Sl-Aog,.-,.- . ■ .... 

Valaikytra, The. Tslanuege P.rk. Attiehoro, Mass.. 

.SO-Aug. 4 ; Mamiaouth. Berere, U-U. 
Van, Ollly. Orjiheum. 8au Fran.. Cal.. 30-»ug. 

Vib ejUrte: Pete, -Henderson'a, Coney UlaW; N. 

V., 30-Ang. 4 

Vl'n. wurg..* Fatrhto.' «ld kaaaaatWkk-'ft'Z. 0„ 

HO- Aug. ,4; ,. . .& - ,-i 1 - • 

Vslpoi, ,T4e, MosOUln Park, Hamilton, Can.. 

VaruImon..,Crya5BVP»rk. Sedaira, Mo.. 30-Aug. 

4; MceWc«*pg«., 0-11. .- .. 
Valledta'a Leopards, Farm. Toledo, 0.. 30-Aug. 
~lektec,.Pa,k. Clnctunsti. «-ll-. 



,., 1 A Valentine. Cape' Town, .'! _ 
idall.. Sallle. Spring Grore Park, 
' -l-Ane. 4, 



Reno. Will k Hay. Socky Pt. 

Attleboro. Mn^ ,1 11. 
Reno. Denny A Dotty, Pa'sllton, Montrose, Pa. 



SpVlostieia, 
B. I.. SO-Aug. 4; 



Varslon. Perry A Wilbur, Lakfi'view Park. Terre 

, llaute^Inil.. Jiug, 0-11. '..;.„..- i -,. 

Vic,.. A Vlbla Island Park, Strnhury, Pa., 30- 

'Ani " 



Vfdctfcs. The. Bey#re Beach. Malts.. 30-Aag. 4. 
Valltrmi Eflnnni A Co.. National. Sin Fran.. JO- 
-Araj. 4;-Ko¥eltv. Oalliknd, 0-ll.. : . -V. ^_ 
Waller A Maklll. Vonutaln Parle Gt. Barlniton. 
Mas.., 30-Aag. 3; Lake Pootobac, .PittaQcht. 
• 04a. I 1^. ■ , ■■• - 

Wceher Bros., Ballorau's'Purk, Mohcrly. Mo„ 30- 
«i«m- »:,*tu,;HiM|lnLt. thll.., .... 
\Varncr., iEiy, :jlanalpia , Perk. PotlslOwo. PJ-- 
•-M<g. ,4.; rfelyttwd Part, BslUmorc Md„ 



Rennler A Oaudter, Electric Park, N«V4rk. N. J„ 

AO-Ataj. 4k ■ ■ . 

Reno. Geo. .R., A Co.. Keith's. Boston, 30-Aue-.. 4, 
Helllr Johuny, Ha«iylanU, So. Beach, N. Y., 30- 

AJtg. 4:., ...... , . . : 

Kt«,w,tRecH; f s.PkrtTlew. Oojtunbus, Miss..*. -.Kll.,. . .„,. T, t..L1F -*-". — 

*ig. 4; Lake Coriip ..Pkrt. Blrin.IOgii.rh. Xl,.. wOhwrliflit, ttirle, A Co.. Tentple, Detfolt 80- 

Rlee- * Pitwoat. VTciorla. K Y. O.'. M-AIB. 4. Wiiffifc. Oca., UBotfi PArk. Porrland. lad.. »■ 

It cc. fanny. Forest Park, St. .Untia. 8"-Aa». a. -,U0». 41 mk«fs. Cotumbira,.0» 0-ll._, 

Riilge. Mr. A JltU. j, . .BockyJ 1 !.. R. IT. 30- *«!»«.* -Mandea, Sana Bubcl. Part, Chicago. 

Aug. 4; Talaqttega Park. Attiehoro. Mass.. 6- ■ ao-Ant,. 4, ...... . ...... '-..., - . - ;-■. .14, 

_',«• ■„ ■■ ■ '■■■■■-■■■ WiUcaw A wuiUon, Hopkins' Park. St. Louis, 30- 

B 'feT.. , *ki^ J 5--. Plttattreg. 80.A«. 4; ^loit 4; HoplUn.' Park. St. Louis. J-ll. , 

-,.-Jft4tk^.,CteeelaM. 4MJ^.. . T. . WAmcr_ Geo™ .MMer'a. IJma, 0.. 30-Aug. 4: 

"W'MKSl* *fi6 Olruvrtc. Chicago. Si-Ang. i-SfiseJer's, 0,lunjuua. 6-11.. j, .., ^ 

aljkWllt >3xuV!«g<L..e-Ji. - . ...- . , - - am, Im Rkaril,. Johaunesmtrg, S. A„ 80- 

Rltt.r A roatcr. flayonoe/K, J,, So-Attf. 1. M-Xiif' ' 

Itlrturila, "Jt, V|tw Part,..T?tro tlMOpotl.. St). Wtdirh, 

„W J J WundelUnd. TjVu*te, |yl.r:'o.lT. - i 30-.W 
rtlA, lack A Henna, Park. Erie, Pa.. 30-Ang. 4- 

Park.. Dhyton,' O:. Ml. - - . 

Rl St>K' "*'"' " ,h W * M| wl, *' ,, '« 10n ' Del.. 
Uqraat,t.-il,.° A Mrs.. Btjoil, Duluth. lilun., 80- 
, .-Blu*. 4«. , ,.,. „ v ,. ... 

Kess Sisters, olcolt Beaeh. N\'Y.. kO-Ana. 4 

™* Oire.wtw',. .llaVtfc.SS.fN. J., 



.,:.,;-.,. 



U, 



* ifennle, nryal'ai. FrndWort. Ind.. 

Well, frmii, Fottlallu. Fairy Park, tinlsVllle. 
, Kv-.'-na-AoB. 4.., ^_ , -. .' 

WaWs, larm. Bleardo, Johinnesburd. S. A.. 30- 
Atrg- 3-1. . Ls . 
WM4.ii', Farm Yard Clrcu«. afajeatlc. Chlcaao. a» 

(vj^'Hjjri |L.". Bl}uu,.DrJu"ti HH'lt:. **«'*' 
W.^ivSer».u.iuia Patk. .Ilartlord. Boau., all- 



August^ 



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VMM. Al H-. & Co.. Majestic, Chicago, HO- 

a in.'. -I; Keith**. Ctmbasft, 0-11. 
Westen A Roj. Wootllyu 1'ark, (jloster, N. J., 

Ask. ft* 11 
Wentwortli * Vesta, Society Clrcua, Wlntlirop, 

Mi-- 30-Aner. -I. 
Webb & Connelly, Inland Park, Auburn, N. V., 

30-Atu*. 4; Valley, i-.vracose, 0-11. 
-.Ve-dcoU, Km, A Co.. Spring Grove Park, Spring- 

Mi, 0-. 30-Aiif. 4. 
Whirr, K'l. n, ft Holla, F-dsewood Park, Shntno- 

kIu. Ta., '.O-Anj*. 4. 
White ft Strumous, t'aator's, V Y. L\, 30-Aug. 4. 
White, It lit!;. & Kangaroo Girls, Majestic, Chi- 
cago. 30-Ang.. 4. 
Mak Waltlo, Lakewood Pork. SkotvliegiiD, 

Me.. .10-Aug. 4. 
White, I.ee, Henderson's, Coocy Island, N. Y., 

30-Ang. .4. 
Wilde A R.ir, Albim. Havana, Oulra, *10-Aiuj. 4. 
Wilnon Bron , Sans Soviet Park, Chicago, :»1- 

A .a. i. 
Wilson Bw„. Pnikfi Roitel, ChlC6.*o, 29-Aug. 4; 

Forest Purl*, St. I*>itln. 0-11. 
WkkorT. Inns, A Co- Lakt-*iilp Park, Akron. 0.. 

Hn-Artjr. 1: S|irlng drove Park. Sr>riugfle1<l.'l-II. 
Wlxon ft Kalon, Utivenialorp, Atlantic City, N. 

J.. .10- A inf. 4, 
Williams Broo., Bijou, Nitrfnlk, Vn.. SO-Aiig. 4. 
WlMiuanii, Prof., uuverimtor's. Atlnntlc City, N. 

.!., IXAas. 4. 
WillftiuH ft Mel burn, Wonderland, Danville, III., 

30- Aug. 4. g 

WlUlflim ft Mayer. While City, Chicago, 30-Ang. 

•i; Xlajetllc. ClileaKO, «-ll. 
William* ft Walker (nee Club, Keith's, Pnlln., .10- 

Aug. 4. 
William* Duo. Tnle^uecn Park, Attlolwro, Mow., 

ICO-Autr. 4. 
Wkire Trl), Keith's, I'hlla., 30-Aitg. 4. 
Wilder. MnMisll P.. Keith's. N. X. C.. 30-Aog. 4. 
Wordeile. Bfttttt. A Co.. Keith's, X. Y. 0., 30- 

World' &' Kingston, Ingersoll Park, Dm Moines,' 

In:. Aiig. 0-11. 
Wood. Frsncl*, Pastor's, N. Y. C. 30- Aug. 4. 
Woodford & Marlboro, OTpheiun, Clillllcothc, O., 

.10 -Atur. 1. 
Yeoman. deo.. Novelty. Vntlejo, Cal., 30-Aug. 4; 

N-ivt-ltv. Stockton, 0-11. i 

Yeager, Kdwanl C, Alnlonie. Plttubnrg, Kan., 

'fu-Aitg. 4; Alnlnme, Cuuntile. 0-11. 
Young ft He Vole. Kleclrle Park. Bulto., 30-Ang. 

4; Kellh'*. pblla., «-ll. 
Yimiiik America Qiiinletle, Old .Heidelberg, N. Y. 

L\. :hl-Aug. 4. 
Zarrow Troupe, Collaetim. Cleveland. .Ifl-Aug. 4. 
Zasel ft Venion. Keith's. N. Y. C, 30-Aiig. 4. 
Zimmerman. Al." ft Pearl. Crystal, flotben, Ind.. 

30-Aitgi;4i Crystal. Kokonin. (Ml. 
ZiiigareHa. ElltV Carnival, Erie. Pn.. 30-Ang. 4. 
Zo ubonlakls. Crystal. St. Joseph. Mo.. HO-Aug. A. 

■ - ON THE ROAD. 



Supplemental Lint — Received Too 

l,".te for CIiihmMUmiIIou. 
■*At Cripple Creek." Eastern. E. J. Carpenter's— 

Wlltulueton. Del.. Aug. 8-10. 
Bnnle Stork (Edwin Bnrrle, mgr.> — Ioia. Kan., 

Aug. fi-n. 

Cnmmlns' Wild Went— Keene, N. H,, Aug. 0. 

Qmon 7. . _. 

Finn. Titos., ft Co.'s Circus— Mltldleburg, . N. Y., 

Aug. 4, Preston Hollow 0. " ■ 

Ottm ft La -Tour Stock— Wells bo ro, Ta.. .W- 

Aug. 4. Ci-Qetaii 0-11. j . 
Get-n-U Minstrel* — Lniomb, Alta., Can., Aug. 1, 

Reil Deer 2. litnlnflelil .1, Olds 4_ ,- 
J^nes. .1. A.. B. It. Shown— Port Royal. Pn.. 

Aug. .".. Ne<V|K>rt 4, Dnncanimn d. Quarrrrllle S. 
Pnrkvr. C. W.. Amu«einent Co. (Cinmei* & Tj'ler. 

nitfr«.»— "St. Jceeph, Mo., An*. U-lt. 
"Qnlucy Adams Sawyer." Western (W. O'Nell, 

„igr. i — Port Huron, Mloli., Anc. 4, Snglnnw &, 

O. Bsy City T, 8. Flint 9, St. Jolm 10, Owoaso 

11. 

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JiRW JERSEY. 



ArfjiToiiiru (,T.' M. Barton, mfloagcr).— 
I'eople for week of 30 : fnliimm find tiruut, 
Irene Sullivan I'ennmn und Barry. Talter- 
hou and tiurdner, Hazel Pierce and May 
Demar, and "The JufWatMn Dlrls," a bur- 
k'si|iie. by (Jiiy John -on. Business Is Rood. 

Manhattan. (Crlnninn Bros., innnagers) . — 
In addition to the regular stock, Kva Snyder 
nud Matll> Reynolds open for week of 30. 
Htislne^ti is good. Jack Stockton, after a very 
■emrfM seanon of four weeks at this bouse, 
closes 2$. 

< i > 
COLORADO. 



Newark. — At Proctor's, week of July 30: 
Bedln] and Arthur, Cooper and Robinson, 
Metropolitan Trio, Toliu Hazard, Seymour 
und Hill, Markey and Moron, Altbea Tv.-las, 
nnd Edsall Hud Forboe. 

Olympic Pauk (H. W'efers. manager).— 
Aborn Opera Co., In "Pinafore" and "Caval- 
lerla Itustleanu." 

HiM.suiB Pabk (W. Thallte, manngflr).— 
Hlnpodrorae, wild West ami vaudeville, 

Klhctric Pauk (H. C. Ounlap, manuger). 
— Hemaon nnd Gaudier, the Marvelous Ban- 
linlds. Acker and (illdny. J. W, Hampton's 
Cirrus, Tom Moore, Jacobs nod Van Tyle. 
■ 

Elisnlielh. — The senson opens at the Ly- 
ceum Thenlre {Klroy A Drake, manugeritl 
on Aup. 4. with "Young Buffalo. King of the 
Wild West" "Billy tlie Kid" 0-11. "Uuled 
(iff the Turf" 13-lrf, "King of the Hlgbblnd- 
era" 20-22. 

Jacobs'. — "Arlsona" opens the house 4. 

Tips. — P. James Carroll, treasurer for the 
past six ycni-p, 1ms signed with "Artmnil the 
World in Ninety .Minutes" (moving pic- 
tures), as advance New and handsome 

dreHsInc rooms have. been added to tb*j Ly- 
t-euni Theatre, and new Interior nnd exterior 

decorations made The Hidden, under lue 

in abatement of Browning, Drake & Rlroy, 
open In Pnteraan, N. J.. July 30. At the 
close of the week they will open In Brooklyn 
for two weeks, and thence to Montreal, Can., 

for one week The velernn stage maiia- 

irer. William Vroom, will control the des- 
tinies 'of the Lyceum stage for the coming 
Beaaoii, and Ocurge Hector, for many rears 
the ticker taker nt this theatre, will resume 
Ills position this sen sou as imual. . . ."Jack' 
Hogtin will retain his position as stage man- 
neer at JnrobB* Theatre for this yenr. He 
)<na associated himself with William Hyde 
In the scene painting business. They ship 
their handiwork fro m Hie theat re. 

Camden,— At Woodlynne Park (II. D. 
I.e Cnto, manager) business continues very 
good, the excellent vaudeville meeting with 
approval. The current bill Includes; : The 
Klllotts. Ornce Clillders and her dog, Adnms 
and White, Miller and Kortlner. Walter 
Stock, Itutler nud Lnaiar, In "The Dancing 
Bellps.'' 

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VIRGINIA. 



fi 



Denver. — At lillteh's Oardens ( Mary 
Kllti-b-Ixjng. proprietor) the Bellows Stock 
Co., with J. II. (llluiour and Olive Wyodham 
In the leads, presented "Sherlock Holmes" 
Itefare large bouses, last week, (ieorge Wes- 
sels made an excellent Professor Morlerty. 
Week of .July 2!i, the fitqek company, with 
Jnne Onker In the lead, will present "If I 
Were King." Miss Oaker Is a faiorlte with 
Denver audiences. 

Manhattan Bfu'ii IW. E. Halt, mana- 
gen.— TM Aiiguslln Daly Opera Co. pre- 
sent«] "t'loradorft" In Ike theatre Inst week, 
before large audiences. Jessie Bradbury, as 
Dolores, was a feature. Week. of 20, "The 
Silver .Slipper." To the outdoor attractions 
there hiivt- been added the steel observation 
tower, Hale'H tours nnd Pain's nreworks 
every Sniurday and Sunday nights. . 

CtKTis (A. It. l'clton, mnunger). — "Rast 
Lynne" wns well ataged by Theodore LorcU 
and company lant week, and was well re- 
ceived. Week of 21), "Monte Crista;" "Ca- 
iiillle 1 ' follows. - - 

Kmi'Ikk (J. B. Cllffoid, mannger). — The 
burlest|uers from Fischer's San Francisco 
theatre still hold the boards here, nnd with 
two burlesimes and vaudeville continue to 
draw good iiouses. "After* the Ball" and 
"Hotel Brown Palace Upside Down" were 
Inst week's burlesques. 

Novklty (Henry Lubelakl, manager) and 
the Crystal ((i. 1. Adams, manager), the 
vaudeville houses, four Khows daily, ore doing 
a big business. The tourist business helps. 

Notkm. — 'Hie Carulva! of Nations came to 
an end last week. A good sum was realized 

for the new Catholic cathedral Maude 

J'V.ily closed her engagement at Blltch's 21, 
and has left for St. Louis, to begin a four 
weeks' engagement as a stock star. She then 
goes to New York for rehearsals in "The 
Illusions of Beatrice,'' In which, she will 
make her apnearnnce, as a star, In the Fall. 

The Tullerles, a new park.'wltb open 

air vaudeville and the largest dancing pa- 
vilion west of Chicago, opened 21). 

4*» , ; — '— 

RHODE ISLAND. 



Coding, manager). — "Mistress Nell." n* In- 
terpreted by t lie stock. 23-2H. proved a valu- 
able drawing card,; and tolled the patrons 
to « nicety. Week, nf 30. "Margerys bof- 
era." , The ltostotil* Ladles Orchesirn com- 
mences a series of Sunday night concerts 21). 

Jekkhrho^ iC-ibn St t'ranr, inunagers). — 
The bill offered Inst week was a mirth pro- 
voker. It was "Who Owns the Baby":" -The 
large audiences attending were well euter- 
talned. "A Family Affair" :t(i nnd week. 

Rirwrrox Park (D. R. Smith, resident 
manager). — J. W. (ionnau's Imiierinls offered 
an Interesting programme. In (he rustic open 
air theatre 23-28, to heavy returns. Musi- 
cal comedy 30-Aug. 4 Alice Carle, con- 
tralto, made her reappearance on the pro- 
fessional stage at the Jefferson ThMtre, July 
23-28, after nine vears' retirement, on ac- 
count of lllneRS, and was enthusiastically re- 
ceived by her many admirers hi t b Ik, ner 
native city. 

4»» 

WISCONSIN. 



Providence. — At Keith's Theatre (Chaa. 
Loveuberg, ruaniger) ■ "Mrs. I-eHlngweJI's 
Boots" was revived Jnly 23 by tbe Albee 
Stock Co. "The Middleman" 30, "The Specu* 
intor" next. 

BMTttM (Spitz & Nathan son, mantgera). 
— "Ijirry from Ireland" pleased good houses 
2y. The benefit 25, for Treasurer, Sautuel 
Kaufman, Assistant Treasurer Arthur. If. 
■ Brown and Secretary Joseph A. Phillips was 
well attended. For the. closing week of the, 
slock company** season "The Unwritten 
l,:i\v" was played- The house will be closed 
a week or two for renovation. 

Notf.s. — Mnuager Felix It. Wendelsehaefer, 
of the Providence Opera House, announced, 
27. that Ife bad made nn arrangement with 
rbe Shuborts, whereby their attractions will 
Ih> booked at Ids theatre, lie said, however, 
that he would make no distinction In man- 
agement of product loots, booking any be could 
which met bis approval. The rrovlden.ee 
Opera House Is tbe old, leading theatre, and 
the most conveniently located of houses open 

to legitimate attractions The Shuborts 

Inst season leaned the Imperial Theatre, 
chancing Its name to the Shubert, nnd mak- 
ing Blwood V. Bostwlck mannger. It has 
not been possible to learn the future of this 
house. 

• •— ■ 

Newpnrt.— At Sheedy'a Freebody Pork 
Theatre (Otitis. C. Cook, manager) business 
continues good. Bill for week of July 30: 
Fred Karno's Mumming Birds, Fetching 
Brothers, (illday and Fox, Arthur and Mil- 
dred Bovliin, tbe Oagnoax, Utu ami Fay 
Durbeyville, r.oreli Trio and the Camera- 
graph. 

NBWi-oRT Oi'rua HoiJSB will open 30, with 
Lew Dockstader's Minstrels. 

Nam — Krnucls Byrne litis been engaged 
for Hie Rose Htahl Company. 



WASHINGTON. 



Norfolk.— At Ocean View Casino (Otto 

Wells, local manager), considering the very 
disagrees!"-- weather, business for week of 
Julv 2:i was remnrknbly good. Crlmuilns and 
Oofe. In "A Warm Match?* week of 30. 

Bt.rnii (Abb. Smith, manager).— New neo- 
,jle for week of .10: Margaret La Mont. May 
Mtirphr. Claudlnc Randolph. May Daihis. 
Moore 'Sisters, and Williams Brothers. Busi- 
ness Is good. 

Acme (Wllkerson & Manzle, managers). — 
People week of :tO: 1-hiropeau Novelty Trio, 
Mell Orant, Helen Lovett, May Maxwell, 
Babe Laurl, and Edna May Scbaar. 



Seattle.— At the Seattle (John Cort, 
mannger) the Frnwley Co., In "Madame Sous 
Oene," Julv l."i and week, scored a big me- 
cess. "Mollis" 22 and week. • "Ca pi a In 
Swift" 2ft and week. < 

Tiuim AvKJtttE tltiissell & Drew, mnnn- 
geisl. — The Ayleaworlh Co., In "Under tbe 
t'ltv Lnnips." l'i and week, had excellent 
business. Dark. 

siAti <K. J. Donellan, manager). — New 
people week of 23: Chaa. A, Mason-Lew 
Kelly and company, LcwIb Prltxkow, Cbns. 
H. Carter, ( tussle Taylor and company, Peter 
Dunsworth, Dave nud Percle Martin, John 
Dunn nud Wllbelmlna Frnucls, and moving 
pictures. . 

OiiPiiKt.'M (T. J. Consldlnc. manager). — 
New peojde week of 23: Clifford and Lune, 
Bowers nnd Able, Wooda, Arthur Itlgby, 
Harvey and Devorn, Tracey McDermott, and 
moving pictures.. 

I'ANT.vm:n* (Alex. Pflntnges, manager). — 
New people week of 1**1 : Tecliau Tavern ()niir- 
tette. Musi I tier's trained sheep and pigs. 
Little Helen, Chink Brown, Phelps nud 
Havnes, Arthur Blwcll, and moving pictures. 

Notrs.— The Strand. Thalia and Gaiety 

Theatres hove rinsed for the Summer 

Work Is rapidly progressing on Pantnges* 
new stock cumpnny theatre. A novel feat- 
ure will be nn escalator, or moving stairway, 
in tbe main entrance. . , 

■> - > 
MAINE. 



Milwaukee. — "A Strenuous Life" wan 
booked for Pabst Theatre July 28, 29, but 
canceled, it being -impossible to get tbe piece 
ready. 

Davidson.---" A Btranger to a Strange 
Lfiml," by the Rrown-Huitcr Co., scored .big. 
"Hesiirreetlon" week of HO. 

Aumiun.v (James A. Helglcr. ninnnger). 
— S«-aRnn opens Aug. 11, with "The Time, 
the Place nnd the C.irl." Cecil 1-ean, Flor- 
ence Holbronk, Olive Vail. Oeorgle Drew Men- 
diiiu, Arthur Sanders. Mart Lofenz, Fred 
Walton and Billy Roblusou make up the list 
of principals. 

WoNPEKLANi) (T. O. Whaling, manager). 
— Clnnder's Rand returned for the rest of 
the senson. Week of 30: DrokD's perform- 
ing bears, the Zatnora Family,, and Eddie 
Snwyer. >i 

win City (Chna. E. Witt, mnnager).— , 
Fred Brunkhover's Band, principal fen lure. 
Kates Bros, and Itussell ahd Adams week of 
30. 

I'abst Pauk. — The United States Indian 
Band closed a aucressfril engagement 28. 
Scbepp's Dog and Pony Show SO, for week. 

•"»•♦ r— 

t DEATHS IN THE PROFESSION. 

William J. Cooswrctx. an old time' actor, 
died oa Friday. July 20, nt the Natlounl Mili- 
tary Home, Milwaukee, Wis. Mr.Cngnwfil. 
Who was born Feb. 21, 18.13, at Nantucket, 
Mass., was one of tbe last survivors of tbe 
old school. , He was a prominent figure on 
Broadway some tbirty-uve; to forty years ago, 
having played principal pnrta with the cele- 
brated players ■of his time. During hi* ca- 
reer he held prominent roles In compiinles 
bended tiv John McCullougb. Mathllde Her- 
ron, the elder Booth, Stuart Hobson. Wm. II. 
Crane. Charlotte Cushinnn, Charlotte. Thomp- 
son. Avonlft Jonei. fcfffe. Oeane. Landers, etc. 
He was. with Rohson and Crane for n long 
time. In' "The Comedy of Errors." When the 
Civil W"ar broke out he was a member of (Com- 
pany B, 103d New TrV>rk Infantry, and fought 
with great distinction throughout the four 
yenra of the war. When peace was declared he 
again took to the stage and continued until 
a few Years ago. Ills Inst appearance was 
with "Bedford's Hope," blaylng the pert '.of 
the Earl of Bedford, which he Intcipreted 
with nn ease and grace that won over HI the 
New York critics last Wluter during Its run 
at the Fourteenth Street Theatre. The de- 
ceased was never married, but leaves a slsier 
.la Buffalo, and other relatives lu Chicago 
and Salt Lake Cltv. Lincoln J. Carter Is one 
of his nephews. IBs Illness was caused by 
a stroke of paralysis, which curae on nome 
six wcekB ngo. He was burled with military 
honors, nud taps were sounded for the lust 
time over Ms grave. 

Neli.ih Pbsnoyek (Mrs. Harry Scott), for* 
tnerly an actress, died July 8, at her home 
In Philadelphia, from Brlght's disease. Tbe 
deceased whs bora Aug. 8, 18(1(1. the daughter 
of the Inte A. H. and Clara Pennoyer, and 
mode her debut nn the stage as a baby la 
nrins. She played child roles with Oliver 
bond Bvron. Lucille Western, Clara Morris, 
1'nnnv Davenport, Kdwln Booth, J. B- Booth, 
Agufs Booth . and Joseph Jefferson. After 
reaching young womanhood she was nunc 
juvenile lady with Lotla. Barry and Fay, and 
Harrison and (iourly, pluylng In "BklMM by 
the Light of the Moon," with the last named 
firm. After her tnurrlnge she retired, nud 
Itnd since rarely appeared In public, Hnu 
leaves her husband, a son and her mother. 

Geohok Liitkut. a circus freak, who had 
two hearts, .three perfectly formed legs ami 
sixteen toes, died at Salem, Ore., on July 24, 
from tuberculosis, aged sixty-two years. He 
had formerly traveled with Itnrnum'B Circus, 
and until seven years ago hi- had been In the 
Rbow business. Mm. Mnrv Biggs, a florist, 
of Salem, gave blm a home about seven years 
ago, nnd he remained there until he died, 

Li 7.7. ib Tubneh, an actress, died July 10. 
In Westboro. Miisb. About a year and a half 
ago she had a paralytic stroke, which de- 
veloped Into softening of the bruin. She wus 
formerly a memirer of the Lothron Stock 
Co., nt the old Boylston and Orund Museums, 
Boston, nnd her Inat long engagement was 
with the May Fleming Co. 

Jih West (James (1. Wesson), well known 
clown, committed suicide In bis room lu the 



s- 



FOR SA LB, high pitch C Clnrlottet, l'> keys' 
cost fas, splei'ihl instrument for inusiriii net; 
price flu. Low pitch A Olnr., 1.1 keys, com kio; 
price flu. low pitch l-Mhit Clax., I-; keys, fulr 
condition, perfect tone, in, Examination allowed. 
Will exchange for low pitch Oboe. 

Cart Sherman, a Hinllli St., Lynn, Mass. 



Al CORNBTTIST, and also HL1DK TUOM- 
HoNE PLATKK, open for eu gage n lent after Aug. 
4, Well up lu 11.LI hrancliesof the business. Thett- 
(re preferred. Address K. A. KKNDAbL, Hotol 

Clark, loaKust Hobiuson Hircei, Allegheny, pa. 



'WANTRU— I'eople, 2 Comic Turns, small 
wagon show. Will buy Laughing nailery or good 
I'latforiu Show. Good Mm*. Urge snake, umglc. 
Privileges for sale, tlrat/., Pa., fair Oct. io to Is. 

-j PROr. UAIUKY rtMlllI, llrat/,l'U. 



WANTKD— Hanjo mid Ouitar Tv&in, I-ond and 
Sweet Singers. Work fruiu S P. M. till 11..HI) P. M. 
Stop at hotel. Long engagement If good onter- 
taluers. Mate lowest salary. Waul Experienced 
tuaii with moving picture machine. lUiley'-* 
Ueataiimnt and Couoert Maloow. Ptvmouth, Pn. ■ 



WANTKD. (or Sail shu ry -Murray Stock Co,' 
Mau with KOVINO PIUTURR MAUfllNE 10, do 
Props and small PAris, Wouieit fur Juveniles itnd 
Heavies. Piano l'l*i it to piny small parts. 
Address S L M. LAltlRTr!. Wrtverly. N^Y^ 

FOB IAIiR-Niv :t0ft. Hound Top, no wall, 
f«i: Al .WXlu Sqnare I'elit Willi 7lt. Willis, foO; 
s Metal Mirrors and Front, coat lit;;., sell for 
#75; goodW-Toue Organ, (.no. All bargain. Cash 
wltli order. Also Indian Head Fortune Teller, 
116. W. II Ml AW, Victoria. Mo. 



STUAIIT-SCOMBINKDSIIOWS-*- Wanted, 
Musicians for Baud, Horizontal Bars. Trick llicyclc 
orTrlck House, or Small Troupe of Dogs. (Jau- 
vas Men, t'Ai per month and all expenses; 3 day 
and week staud». Ivklti, 111.. July :io, 31, Aug. 1; 
Uslexbnrg Aug. 2, :i and 4. All itiall wll< follow. 
Also will buy Moving I'lcinre Films, cumte. 



LADY will sell some hatidiome street und 
evening gowns, *fi tojl.v Kldlng llsbll, Tea 
Oowus. Opera C.ihi. Dc-suu, S45 W. 110th 81., oue 
flight, east. 



AT LIUEHTl, Ucturer and Olllce worker. 
SAiary $ifi, e-ipenflcs, or tt per cent.- med.aalefi 
10 per cent, gross receipts and ■JcpMMM, He- 
iiolre ticket. Sober and reliable. rUOF. MAU- 

K1TTCS, waJohu St., C'lact ntiat l, 0. h 

^R«i*rwiK8MArfN*S larVe troupe of Boca. 
"«;ri'rt!e-it- of all Dog Antu' 1 uud wonderful 
Trained I'lgeons. Address ouvernator's Theatre, 
ATJapilc oily, IJ. J., last week and una wuek. 
Have some open dates Falrn, Viiiidevilie,parks,et<:. 



Wanted 
GOOD JUVENILE WOMAN AND 
FOR HEAVIES 



Fnr KBPERTOIUR. JnID OD wire. Olhcn wrlto 
SI.Msll. KI1AMC .1. 1IAI1VKV, 

Stamford, N. V., till. week. 



FOR SALB, 

A FIRHT CLARH I'AVIMI 

Concert Hall 

Suitable for a Faml'y Theatre. Seats about 360, 
Inquire uf 

8. CRONHIBM, 

170 W»rfc«l'glr«.t. W.w.rk, Mi J. 



WANTED, 

Circus Bill Posters 

L0NU SEASON 84111111. Address 

W. K. FERdUSON, 

Care Kccler'a Hotel, Albany, N. Y. 



Windsor Hotel, SVhcneelndy. N. Y.. on Jul/ 
30. by shooting himself in the head. He left 
a letter 10 his wife, in which he said that' 



. Forllsnil— At Cape Cottage theatre <B. 
V. Pbelnnd, manager) "Old Heidelberg," with, 
an enlarged enst and fifty people, ween of 
July Ifil, drew big returns, and delighted the 
auolenr" 



Nlobe" ;k.i and week. 
Okm Tueatuk, Peak's island IC. W. T. cd next week. 



he wns 111 nnd unnble to work, and wns twtter 
olT dead. lie was forty-seven years of age, 
and hud been a clown for more than thirty, 
venrs. having lieett connected with the Fore- 
pnngh Show In 3875. In the early duys of his 
professional career he was one of the song 
ocd dance team. Whitney nnd West, and also 
nppenrcd In minstrelsy. In recent yeurs he 
lind been with lllngllng Bros.. Barnttrn & 
Ballev, and Hagenbeck. Ills wife survives 
blm. -•'-*/.•'■ ' 

John T. Kvass. for many years nsaocl- 
nted with Blmer H. Dundy, and later with 
Thompson & Dundy, died on July 2H, from 
pneumonia. In n private hospital in Kast 
Thlriy-flflh Sfrecl. New York City, aged 
sixty-five venrs. Mr. Kvniis was ls)rn In 
ICnglnnd. ■ lint passed most uf his life In 
Omaha, Neb. Ih- was nn Important ■ ROM 
ul the fimuha and Buffalo expositions. His 
wife and two children survive him. 

As vVfi f»J T(> 1'RKHN we h'nrn of the (leatli^ 1 
In Brighton. Knglnnd, on July :w, of John 
lawreitce Totile, tbe famous Kuglish come- 
Olan. A summary of bla career will be print- 



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1 

Murnmlllei! Indian Uluutesi, atatidlng seven Mot 
lull, Infhiit child In her arms, mi perfectly pre- 
served for ail nine. Kendfor descriptlvn circular 
auil prlL-e. M. W. PALM UK, Catsklll, N. Y 

EDISON 

SLOT PHONOGRAPH 

Hig sacrifice. -Will ship privilege of examination. 
MANHATTAN PHONOllBAPlI CO., OH (Jreanwlch 



R. R. CAR~ WANTED. 

Want In runt a Combination Car for small sized 
Co., three do j und weeksUDds; must maud In 
Hpectlrui. Best of enrc assurud. 
■ FU ANK K1N()8).BY, NorwJcli^N^Y.^ 

Wanted, for u, T. c. Co., 

Agent, People In all , parts; fAily with chjlti lor 



Kvs| Musician 



III nil jirtiu-i, isiii n,»i win" .«■ 

4 ; FeoplH Honbllng llrass proferruil 
MASUN BK08., (!o0Ucll*vHJo,ra. 



Ai.sKitT ClllUHTAi,, & vaudeville performer, 
whose name In private life wits Charlen A. 
Fetters, died In Omaha, Nek, oil July -M, 
aged ilfiy-slx yenra. He had been lining uu 
engiigrtuent In thut city when lie was mid 
deulv stricken. Ills home Is lu. West Phllu 
del|i[ilil. 

l.i 11 imf: MAnci:r.u, nn actress, whose name 
In private life was Mrs. Butterileld, died from 
cancer, on July !!•>, at Cleveland, Ohio. Iter 
home wan lu New York City. Hbe Is sur- 
vived by her mother and. two sisters. 
4 1 » 

Daintv Pottih Dale, a child nctress, gave 
New York residents an opportunity 1o Judge 
her skclch. "As Children See Us," tit I lie 
'Pftlace Casino, North Beach, July -'<>. Tin 1 
act Is reiHiitiil to have mude 11 big lilt 
Warral Hale executed Ills comedy lu u capubb 
manner In the net. 

" TUB Tint!*: Kbatonh bnvo signed wltli the 
Oeo. II. I-Viilicrg Co. Hinder Keulou will 
pliiv (be Juvenile roles, and the irlo will In 
troiluce tltelr specially. 



WMTED. II CANDY Mi. 

Must bo thoroughly competent lu all Hues of 
candy making and uuder»i»nd running of a soda 
fotuiuun. To work lu foreign territory with a 
ycar'i contract and trarisporinilon paid. None 
but experienced men with gilt edge 'ruiereticea 
need Apply. Statu terms. Address 
M. U. II., e uro o f N. Y. OhIPPBB, N. Y. 

WANTKD, FOR A 

BIG RECOGNIZED MUSICAL ACT 

WITH 8BAHIIN IHHIKEIi Kill.lll. A KII1ST CLASS 

OORIVISTCTISST 

Who iroublo* Violin or other tnslriimenls. Answer 
"MKS1UAI. ACT," NKW YDRKOI.H'l'Kll, 



WAWKDflCK,T0MfE0PL8 

Hustling Agent who can use brush. Strong Alfo 
to Double stage, l.tidv for Marie snd Kmiliue, 
others write. Those doubling concert preferred. 
Cshdy Uuli'hvr, Camp Cook anil lioss Hosllur. 
Sure salary. HEUT cilJ.MUll. McKutchliisviiie, 
o„Aii|g.;4; sycaintneft. Kreuiotn., P.. p»r »dd, 



atumty; 

MANAUKK or AMBIT. I'inj M—SM- nrn. 

11. h. mi>\ 1 lUoir.m , 
•jwi Suiirli AUlrlrli Ave. Mlim«H|nilt.. Minn. 

VASVSBi 

l^iill KopLM'toIre Co. 

si)oi'i.Hy Noflla, aih« hiuku HfnUM uwl si'omo 
Arti.i wiuh-ru riu, p»riH. Aildrtiiw 

11. tjr.jm »rou fHM*. . 
German Comedian, 81na;ep 
and Dancer 

wixlivi a tfniul I'lirtnrr. AiMn-x. 

IIKUI.IN. .111. 1 f rl.lPPKd. 



THE WRIGHT CO. WANT 

tlcm-rul inuiiiess Matt uml Wonuui. Prefer ituW 

doing specialties. AHo good ' Specially i'eople. 

__^^ KBWTaV wTUCflT, AiHttHL Iowa. 

Wanted", Two Com.,"s. and" 0., B. F.; Fake 

Otk&d; hIiikIiii* ox.lv ; til) mill .11. Hlli'lUt-lil, III., 
1111 AUg. t: Milium, ill., Illl Aim. U. MiibI Julllun 
wire. Adilnw BB. V. S. m(0K, iim tlhovr. 



FOB SALE, TE\'I'S, 

Clrctia Heu'rt, Poles, Slaked, Wild Wust Canopy, 
other Show Property. 

PRAUI, VAN, Northylllo, N, V. 



v o o a l- i snrs 

CoHclii'dtiud ilchciir-u'd roi-Miir-lcrtiCoinpiuiliwiiiid 
Vfttlili-Vllle. Tllitl Turn-tntni Public AppeimtiiccH 
Armuged. Apply nillBKHTKH. I'JM It'wuv. K. > ; 



WANTED 

MAM for lll.nK II.ANSKI, I.KAIM, AllllreiM 

WII.I. HHYHIII.UH, Hiililn.iMI. III. 



WANTED TO BUY, 600D SECOND HAND 

BALLOON, I'AllAOilUTK AND AIKSIIIP. 
AJilrmn IIAIIIir 1IAI.I,. 

Dreiimliiml. C'limiilnirHlniry. I'w. 



First Class Lady Violinist, Cornet and Trombone 

Uuud imy. Tliuutrd wurk, 

A. II. U.. euro of Til K N. V.OI.iri'Klt. 

AT MBEBTY-A PIBST CUSS PIAM8T 
That ilcUvom tbe wooiln. I'DrniHUotlt or road. 
AUilri'in ltOSKNI--Bl.llKlt. 

rji w.ioiii hi., n. T. <:itv. 



WE PAY PIANO PLAYERS 

Bin moiioyrur iniroiliKiiiiir now uiuhIc writoat 

oiicu 10 lllii AKTIIUH IIKI.MNUKIIMUSIOCU., 
Hull In (ireok. MICH 



WANTED, IVIED, PEOPLE 

To work niidiT it-lit. /oin on wlro. 

WM. MAJINKTTO. J«.irer»u,l. York Oil., I'll. 

A* MMUMV. 
MAKK If. QOr^UJSlV 

IIKIIKK1V COUKDIAN AMI I'AIIOIIIHT. 

AildrmiK N. V.UUIM'Klt. 

Acts— -Nothing Too Large or Small (Vaudeville 

Dept.l. KAPHAS TIIBATIIIUAI. HVNUIUAI'K. 

Iloivulown Oltloo, Miiilliaimii Tla-ami llhlil., mid 
Ht.; Hptownomi'g, Ifal Hrnadwa,, N, 1. 



WANTED, 

Performer,* Doubling iinua. ai-o iirotgouil Cook, 
bong Mcsfloii near Now York. 

C OOKKCOHKIiyjIfi., qreonjK.rt._l,. |,__ 

soznir ERir 

AND AM.TIIKATKIUAI. 1I0IIIIH. HMOcry palnlnj 
olii'aiilr nnd onli-kly. Aiiuitour. Hiipiillud. 
tlllAB. K. Mll.l.M, «7\V.<l»tHt,, N«w VorkCIt-. 

Wanted, a Sonbrtiti lo Take an Intertst 

WITH MP. IN A i:iiy,Kliy L'll, TO FKATUHK. 
NO OBJKOTKW TO OLKVKU AMATKUII. 

A. ('. HOHOAN, l.'AIKII, N. V. 



Duilrea 10 I0MM In 'I'lmnlre. Aildrewi nollNKT- 
TMTi IWNortb Vlrqli.lt* Avfl., Ailmilln Oily. N. J. 



Wanted, Performer that Fakes 0. & P. Change 

for oiii- wi-ek;u!«u tiftdy I'laiiht Hint Hlligs. Ulll 
sell ffifl. roiini) top, JWf t middle piece, uu poled, for 
|;w AtlilreHs i^utls II. Hentil lmi, Hm'ntrce, "■ 



WANT TO BUY SECOND HAND CARD BOARD 

Drum Organ or cylinder fur thim-lug, Address 
JUI1N K. KINNK. VtdinitnWu.Comi. 



LADY VIOLINIST Desires Orchasira Work. 

VIOLINIST, Mohawk, N. V, 



638 -*~ TFHETCBTEW YOBK OUPPEB: ~ August 4. 





W 



(The Master 

Mave Signed Exclusively 

IS DAY 

WIL-UJOkT JEROME and 

(THE MEN WHO WROTE "MISTER DOOLEY," 

TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN 

THEIR I^JEW 




ANAS 



THE GREATEST IRISH SONG 

THEIR BIO WALTZ 





(A New Departure 



TUB SO BTG 35 



WAITING AT 



There was I — waiting at the ohureh, 
Waltlngat the ehuroh, waiting at the ohureh. 
When I found he'd left me In the lurch. 
Lor', how It did upset me! 



VESTA VICTORIA Made it the HIT OFBTHE SEASON in? New York 

A PEW MORE WINNERS 

HARRY LAUDER'S Greatest SCOTCH Song, 



New Coon Shout, 



OH! ELIZA, SAVE A LITTLE FOR IVIE 



. By EDWARD MADDEN (Writer of I've dot a Feeltn' for You.) 



VESTA TlLl.EY'S 1906 lilt, 



CO&nFS OOXSHV LOVBHS' LANB 



A Baaatlfnl liniuii Willi Song. 



SOME OF OUR E>NOIvI»H: comedy SONGS : 



THE NEXT HORSE I RIDE ON. | vBs>rA .^o~™ ¥ * 

IT'S ALL RIGHT IN THE SUMMER TIME.r vBsTA victoria. 

FOLLOWING IN FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS. |vbsta Tii.r,iSY. 
I NEVER WORK UPON A MONDAY. | costbh soivo. 

Vt/E ALL WALKED INTO THE SHOP. > 

IF W/E HADN'T ANY WOMEN IN THE WORLD, comic SONGS. 



PROP. DEPARTMENT— We wish to announce that SAM TAUBER has been retained by us as Manager of the Prof. 

Harry Pruden. Friends 





(THE ENGWSH 



BVuTa. • 
(And LONDON, ENC, At 142 Charing 



August 4* 



THE jSTOBTW YORK CXLTPPERJ 



63 



twin fir 1111 1 it 

Song Builders), 

121/itli. tlxo House of . "■■li\i. 








HUN 1 Lit 



JEAN SCHWARTZ 



"BEDELIA," and "MY IRISH MOLLY OI") 

OFFERING TO THE PROFESSION 




EVER WRITTEN, AMD 
SOHO NOVELTY, 



BRADY 




All at on co he sent mo round a note ; 
Mere's the very noto-thla Is what he wrote, 
'Can't get away to marry you to-day, ' 

■Vly WIFE WONT LET MB!" 



w mvt 



YOU Can Make the HIT OF THE SEASON With it Orv the Road. 



■ •** •, 






».: j; 



FOR YOUR ACT OR SHOW. 



MONllOE ROSENHEIM'S Bert Tough Hottf-Vl* var, t Jiariu terfatlv and Catchy, 



Great, Weir Marching Coon Hong, 



HERE COMES THAT GEORGIA MINSTREL BAND 



By EDWARD ROSE (Writer of ".loth la* from Nofhln' Leave*' Ton"). 



THE New Patriotic Song, 



DO YOU HEAR THAT YANKEE: BAND? 



(ByKiUSK TAVVKHIM. and (iKOMOK ROSEV). 



BoaaUfttl Hew Iluilli Ballad, 



JVIY r<^IR KENTUCKY RO«E 



EDWARD MADDER'S Norrlly Hong, 



IN THE PARLOR WITH THE LAMP TURNED LOW 



MADDEH, MILLS and SCOTT'S HuhIIc March-Song Hit, (Buntlrui Slldo. with ihl. Hong, lo.Ou p»r «!l). 

COMING THROUGH THE RYE, JENNIE MINE 



Dept., and will be pleased to have his friends call or write. Hugo Marks. Harry Jones, Tom Kelly, Joe Moliattl, 
Call or Write. 



<& HUNT 

MXJSIC HOUSE), 

15 West 30th Street (Between Broadway and 5th Avenue), _j 





"j 



Cross Road and S3 Denmark Street.) 






640 



THE NUW YORK CLIPPER. 



August 4. 



NEW YORK: CITY. 



Keith jl Proctor'a Pnlon Square 

Theatre (K. r. Rogers, resident manager). 
— An Interesting bill, on which Marshall 
r, Wilder appeared la big tvpe, was pre* 
eebted July 30. The little humor tat wan at 
his best, and won several rccnlls. The Ex- 
position Four (local debut), comprised of 
the Alexander Brother,* and .lames Brady, 
made n most decided lilt In their musical 
art. Their work In much mare appreciated 
when they hold to the classic form. -The 
KliuU.uizBi Troupe (first lime here), one of 
tlie greatest Japanese troupeH In tbe profes- 
sion, mnde a sensational lilt. Znssell and 
Vernon, In "The Elopement," repeated their 
former success In ninuslng fashion. Itixon 
and Anger tangled up "the King's KoglHi." 
to. the amusement, of the audience, Cmnn* 
bell and Johnson made their customary suc- 
cess in their acrobatic 'cycle net. Anderson 
find CioIneA wan latn or applause. rhfUHla 
Wprdettp and rompnnv kept everyone happy 
In' n neat sketch. Mnlvernc nnd Thomas 
danced excellently. Wallace Truemnn, Jug- 
gler, late of the Agnust Family (local debut 
os a single net), scored well. RIchv W. 
Craig received applause In bin novel act. 
Bean and Hamilton did some One high jump- 
ing. The klnetogrnph closed the bill. 

Hew York Theatre (Klaw ft Krlsnger, 
managem). — The regular Reason of this pop- 
ular bouse opened moHt auspiciously Monday 
night. July So, with an audience which filled 
tbe spacliHis auditorium to the doors. A 
royal welcome was accorded Mclntyre and 
Heath, tu "The Ham Tree," the vehicle which 
brouitht them much success ns stars last 
season. The beginning of llielr season 
occurred lnnt weelt. at the Savoy Theatre, 
Atlantic City, There nre two changes In 
this Benson's cast, Jeanne Towler succeeding 
MIkh Howlnnd, hh Mrs. Nlckclbackcr, and 
Frederick V. Uowers, who assumes the 
role of Ernest Kverhart. manager of the 
Georgia Minstrels, In place of RrtWftt Huff. 
The stars were In excellent: form, and oikc 
again proved that they huve no su|ierlors In 
their line of endeavor. Mr. Itowcrs acted 
his role very acceptably, and sang his al- 
lotted songs excellently. The big chorus 
helped materially to The success of the work. 
The engagement Is for four weeks. The '-ast : 
Alexander llamblelanlan, James Mclnlvro; 
Henry Jones, T. K. Heath; Sherlock UnlBcs, 
W. (.". Fields : Ernest EverhnV Frederick V. 
Bowers: Lord Spoteash, David Torrence; 
Lawrence Niekelhiickcr, Alfred Fisher; Mrs. 
Nickel backer, Jeanne Towler; Tessle Nickel- 
backer, Carolyn Obrdon : Ilesdennmii, Itellfi 
Uold; Jlpsey, Stephen I'aul; Ppnsonby, Otto 
F. Johnson: Molly, Adele Hester; Dolly 
Jones, Helen Whitney ; Bashful Nun, Jennie 
Meyei'H; Nuucy Drown, Inez Marcel; June, 
Belle faun : Winsome KIM v. Daisy Lrle; 
Daisy, Jane Lovell ; Lola, Lizzie Smith ; Flo, 
Fellcltas Huttbcll ; Nellie Metiownn, Hurriet 
Itehfeld : Llllle, Oorlnue Lincoln ; Sleepy Kate, 
Alice Way land. Executive sinfr for "The 
Ham Tree :" Acting manager, II. F. Mr- 
tneller; singe manager, l-'nmk Todd; iiksIsi- 
ani stage miimiger, Philip .1 n file ; nuisfcul di- 
rector. Alfred LiiugwtiiR' ; muster mechanic 
Kdwal-d Hooch ; electric-Inn. William I 'rice; 
master of proper! les, Clarence Koliiiisoii; 
wuHrobe mistress. Miss C. !■'. Fuller. 

Third Avenue Thentre (Martin J. 
Dixon, mn'iiiKcri. — This house opened July 
-8, with "The King of Diamonds;'" n new 
ilvu net piny, by Fniley Pauley, under the 
direction of Lou In I Icinliiwuv. Frank Knr- 
rlngtou appeared In a double role, us John 
ilhplon, it convict, and ns Dick Downing, 
"The King." John Moore played Jim Fiisi- 
mau and Allntllu, Dick's lull. Oilier ehnr- 
uvtei'H mid plMvers'wero : I'hlllp Wentwurtli, 
Walter Montague ;<lussle Plilvlhsky. Ueorge. 
(I: t'lonnett ; .Vlnzettn. Joseph Cusuck: Felix 
ltandolpli, Itnyiiioml Fitzgerald ; Reverend lie 
Casta, Hurry -llartmanu ; 'tiregpry, Nell t'p- 
ton : John Dlusmoor, Win. Ilttsseibrooke : 
Warden Colllus, Ilnrry Scoti ; untmpv. Jo- 
seph Citsack; Hooln. Pniil Poller; Fiddles, 
WIHIe Singleton ; Siiperliiiendeiit of Sub- 
way. Ueorge Marshall : Subwiiy Moiormnii, 
C, J. BlugIe.ton; Hill llurnH, Walter Smith: 
Alice Dlusmoor, Phyllis .Morton : Mnv Hard- 
ing, Lynda Fnrle; Killv .Schneider, Mud no 
Wood ; Madnme Itlcnrd. Vluule Athertou ; 
Sister Deal rice. Isabel! Marshall; Mrs. Dins- 
moor, Edith Curtlss; Mrs. Vaudcrmllllous, 
Bessie Douuell. The scenes nre laid In New 
York nad Arlzoim. Louis llemlnwiiy Ih 
manager; (Jccrge L. Marlon, business iimna- 

t[Pi'i Win. Nord, prtijm. The Third Avenue 
ins been thoroughly renovated, and presents 
iut, attractive iijipeuranee. Jan. U, SwurlH 
has been engngeu ns business manager, Next 
week, "Tbe MIssourlaiiH." 

I'urndlMc llnof (;nr<lt>n (Oscar Ham- 
raersteln, ninuageii. — While the Hummer sea- 
Hon Ih beginning lo wane in city theatricals, 
and 11 new season Is fust approaching, there 
dues not seem tn he any evidence of these 
conditions lit the ninllurc or nlghl perform- 
ances brie, elilicr hi Hie size of the audi- 
ences, or of the people uim compose them, 
ns the Victoria lias a distinct clientele of 
Its. own. There nre three acts In this week's 
hill which inude their llrst appearance for 
this Slimmer on Mondny, July :id, one of 
whom was also nn Atuerlenu debut. This la 
an Alaerlnn dancer, billed att Ihsrln. She 
eXecillinl four dunces. In Bohemian. Hussion, 
Huugiii'hin ami Hraztlllnn cosluiue. very 
nrtlBtlcnIly, mid was very capably nsslsted by 
ii male dnucer. Her tlelmt liere wns n fin- 
cess. Hru«'Ht Hognu intide his regular mid- 
Summer production here 30, of a singing nad 
dancint; specially, unit on this occasion bus 
icllpm'ii nil of his best efforts hi iliis line. 
There are thli'ly-Uve people In the net, mid 
Mr. Ilogim's welcome whs h cordial one. 
The Four Kurds, In their Kplcudld ditnclng 
iHiiulii'r, scored strongly. Acts which eon- 
ItMe tliolr very mU'ceHsful engagements are: 
Arthur Prince, Vi'iiiriloipiist ; Miichnow, Kus- 
bIqii ghint (last week) : ltlce and Prevost, In 
"Bituipty lluuips:" t'olilus mid linn, com- 
edy acrobats: Lulhi Selblul, bicyclist: Miss 
Hailing monkeys, I hi Plccido Mldgeis, ntnl 
.tbe Shiirp Bros. 

PnMtor'N Tlientre (Tony Pastor, mana- 
ger). — For week of Jnlv 30, llrockman. Muck 
untl, Belmont appeared In "The Count on 
Mother's Accoiinl." and Bcored easl'v. I^-s 
Jundlff, formerly known as the llratlls. did 
Foine guod ei]iillllir1stic work, Frank II. White 
and Lew Simmons again got a multiplicity 
of InugtiH In lliclv act. Tbe Three Ln totmn 
made n great ldg hit In their iiiunIciiI offer- 
ing, and no doubt was left of their positive 
HiiccesH. Hurry Boiler mid company (llrst 
New York apnenrancel raised a gale of laugh- 
ter, In "A Matrimonial llllzimrd," which Is 
one of ihe funniest sketches of tbe duy. 
AdaniK and Drew scored, us lisnal, In "A 
Bogus t'hnuffenr." N.irab Kelly (her local 
ilehuii created a favorable Impression In 
IrlMt songH. The I^a Belle Trio (Hrsi time 
here), in "The Slnglttg "lMione." were we!' re- 
fulved. and deserve conimendnilou. Muck and 
Dilgnt. In "A Strenuous Sprain," met with 
ftilceess, Otlterrt were: Frniicls Wood, hoop 
roller: Seymour's Comedy Dogs, and Corbel t 
ti ml Forrester. The vllagmph closed Ihe bill. 

Timlin Tbi'titre (Sullivan & Woods, 
nHJingeis). — "The (juccu of the White 
Slaves" opened this house July *_'S. The popu- 
lar melodrama drew crowded houses. The 
cast Im-lmted ' May Lloyd Itoherts. Anna 
Stoddard. A. SI. Clnlr Fvers. M. J. Sheelian 
and Raw Uriiliam. The IVKstellc Sisters and 
&Um Roberta Inlroduccd specialties. 

Wallnek'H Tit en t re (Mrs. Theo. Moss, 
manairerl. — "Ills Honor, the Mayor," with 
Blanche King. Clarence Harvey, the original 
pony ballet and the sinne cast which bad iee» 
appearing further up Broadway for two 
months, opened n live weeks' engagement here 
July 30, the bouse owning for n Summer 
neimoii on Hint dilti*. Tbe regular season 
Win mien «n Sept. 1. 

RIhiIIkuh Siiunre Hoof (Inrilen (Henry 
rincua, mnnimer). — "Mile. Champagne "start- 
ed Ha sixth week July 30. 



Keith & Proctor** Twenty-third 
Street Theatre.— Virginia Enrle and her 



"johnnies" have the big type on this week's 

Jirogrttmnie., and the oeveral aonga they ren- 
lercd were well Uked by tbe audience, 



matinee of July 30. . Mr. and Mm. Perkins 
FMMff priaented the favorite.. "The Half- 
Way House," ond Marlon Gnraoa'a singing 
was so keenly enjpved that the audience was 
reluctant, to allow her to withdraw. Others 
we're ; The Farrell-Taylor Trio, an act that 
l,i excellent during Its early stages: Harney 
Kagan and Henrietta Hyron, lu their bright 
net. "Idle Fancy ;" Kugene Howard and 
Willie Howard, James V. fisik and Harry 
Modl^nn, Deimore and Darrell, and Dulmore 
and Oneida. The motion pictures continue. 

Wistaria Orove (Joseph Hart, mana- 
ger). — The newcomers on thin week's bill are 
Sum HI ton, comic Juggler, and ihe Vlama- 
turglsts, who expose the tricks of tbe Thau- 
maturgfsts. Mr. Kllon, wiio tumbles all over 
lue stage with on armful of unruly plates 
and three ordinary ben's eggs In his pockets, 
wns voted an out of the ordinary and 
clever entertainer, Tbe FlamaturglHU, made 
a blir fuicres* In their "mind- reading." appear- 
ing first to collate t lie questions, add then re- 
tiring for almost an hour, to reappear. and 
answer the ouestions which had been written 
jar auditors'ln various purrs of tbe house. 
Then followed an expianution «f the process. 
This exhibition, a moat entcrmlnlng one, held 
the audience Interested to the end, and gave 
all concerned a number of food laughs as 
well. It Is directed by l/aila M. (Irnnnt and 
Chniiacey D. Herbert. "Seeing New York" la 
now In Its ninth week, and Klein, Ott Bros, 
and Nicholson, Sylvester, JoneH. Prtngle and 
Morrnu, and "The Ualn-Denrs" continue. 

American Theatre (J. M. Ward, man- 
ager).— The season owned here most aim* 
plcloiislv Saturday evening, July 'JH, when. 
In spile of the heat and buinldltv. the largest 
Satttrdnv night audience In the history if the 
house iissemhled. AI. H. Wooda presented, 
for the llrst time on any stage. "The Humbler 
or the West," u four act melodrama, by Owen 
Davis. Mr. Woods has every reason lo con- 
gratulate himself, for success Is stamped ln 
clg type all over Ihe play. Tbe dialogue is 
crisp, snappy and exciting: the situations 
are well worked up to. and finally cnine like 
ii clap of thunder; Tbe coiniwny Is capable, 
and the piece la well mounted, with ex- 
cellent singe mnnngemeut. Viola! The 
gambler. Lucky Jack Gordon, runs a 
•table for honest plovers, which barn out 
Mike Clancy. Deuvcr Dick, a miserable 
adherent of Clancy's, has been sent to the 
West tiv Mabel tlray. his half sister, to find 
her little brother, 'who had been captured by 
the Indians when n baby. Dick betrays his 
trust mid loses the. money at the gamine 
table. .lack befriends MnM on her arrival 
In camp, and la nssisted by Boston Jake, 
Little (irent Hear, Hiinset. Bridget Farley 
and llielr friends. Throughout tbe play 
Clancy and his cohorts endeavor to make 
Mabel 'llielr prisoner, but she is saved each 
time, and learns that Lltrle Great Hear Is 
her long lost brother. AH ends happily, of 
course. David Landau stood out In bold 
relief ns Lucky Jack, and gave n smooth, 
conscientious anil consistent performance 
He rose without an effort to every 
'situation, and his nersounilly dominated 
everv scene. Jos. Slnylor was very good 
as the bully, Mike Clancy, and wns 
accorded much nppluuse. Paul Hums, as 
tbe Hebrew. Jake, was n tremendous lilt, mid 
although lie buffooued tbe part, was never In 
the least objectionable, and always funny. 
Frederick Seulon gave a fine Interpretation 
of Itcd Fox, as did lolu Poineroy. of Little 
Ureal Hear. Marie Puvey wns pleasing a« 
Mabel. Frances Newhall did all possible os 
Tenderfoot Sal, but. tbe part Is a thankless 
mid dlsngreenble one.- Hat tin Carmontelle 
was amusing as Bridge!. lOllsrta Hoy was 
effective as Sunset. The enst : I.ncky Jack 
tlortlou. Davla Liiudau : Mike Clancy. Jos. 
Sluytor; Denver Dick, C, II. Kelgnr: BasUa 
Jake. Paul Hums; Dnn Itenrdou. Clins. W. 
Frank: Ited Fox, Frederick Seaton: TUack 
Panther, Arizona Hill: Little Great Hear, 
loin I'omeroy ; lllg Smith. Texas Cooper ; 
Mmithev, Nebraska Bill: Wah-Wali, Fred W. 
Mnrslmll; Kansas Joe. Harry White: Mabel 
Grnv, Marie Pnvey : Tenderfoot Sal. Frances 
Newhall ; Bridge! Farley, llnttle carmontelle: 
Sunset. Kllierta Hoy : Dusty Kate. Hounding 
Pawn ; Tememn. Blsle Murray : Le-Wnb. W. 
J Lyons; Miimiel Gonzales. Ben X. tilroux. 
Kxeciii.lv* slnff: A. II. Womls, director; Fred 
W. Husev. manager: Jubn B. Cnmpbi'll, busi- 
ness manager : Joseph Slnylor, stage mana- 
fer : W. T. Humes, stage carpenter; Harry 
.line, electrician: 1'ercv M'llson, asshtnnt 
electrician ; Harry Hough, master of proper- 
lies. The executive stnlt for the theatre' 
Wiu. T. Keogb, general manager; J. M. Ward, 
manager ; Win. P. -Smith, treasurer ; John C. 
Lubv, nsslstiuit treasurer: W. C. McLeod. 
advertising agent : Sldnev 11. Horner, iiiusical 
director: George Flint, stage cnrpenle.' : C. 
Fredericks, electrician; M. McNaiuee. prop- 
erlv nuiu. Next week, Howard Hull, hi- "The 
Mlllloiuiire Detective." 

lliiber'H .lliiHciim (John 11. Anderson, 
manager). — This popular family resort, under 
the ulile management of John II. Anderson, 
opened for the season Monday afternoon, 
July :t0. Tbe curio halls and handsome Utile 
theatre were packed at every performance. 
In the curio ball were : Cain. Illugiuuii, 
Kiiropenn novelty; lshinuel. Hindoo hypno- 
tist, who gave a very goud performance; the 
Itegiirelles, wire haired couple: Frances 
Dwlght, on the slnck wire, and Neol Jului- 
suii. bag puncher, in the theatre the hill 
Included : Connors and McKenzle, Pauline 
Sbisson. I'arkhurst Sisters, John Walsh, 
Prof. Sareiiclles mid company, Coin MM \M 
Hooth, and the BihM moving picture*. 

VorKvllle CiimDiimM. Nailglilon. proprie- 
tor!.— The bill Tor week of July '.M Includes: 
The Miirehands. In selections from higli .class 
oiienis : Thaler Slstci-s. high class singers ; 
the Fnulas. hi comedy skeli-n ; Frank Golden, 
black race coincdlnn ami uionologlst : Nellie 
Lvllou, ciimedlcuiic and singer: Alunzo Lang, 
German character comedian. This house and 
loof garden, which Imr been open since Jane 
1. Is doing a nice business, nix! food nets are 
presented. Mr. Nanghloii, proprietor, bus n 
verv handsome roof garden, bull room and 
cafe, and Hie entire building Is built In the 
most approved methods. 

Aerltil Garden" t Klaw & ICrlaugcr, m;m- 
ngersL— Oeo. M. Cohan begnn his thirteenth 
week Julv I'M, lu "The Governor's Son "* 

Lyceum Then t re l Daniel Frohmnn, 
innnagerl. — "The Lion mid Ihe Mouse" 
opened Its thlrly-sevonth week July B0. The 
three hundredth perfurnmnce will occur Aug. 
<;. 

riiNlnn (Sam S. & Lee Shuhert, managers). 
— "The Social Whirl" comiuenced lis seven* 
teenlh week July :H» 

Atlnntle (iiictieii i \\ . Kmuier's Sona, uinn- 
ngersl. — The Laselhi Troupe, gymnasts and 
acrobats; Made* Muitliiiul. cbarncler come- 
dienne; Henry Frey. tramp coincdlnn; Har- 
low n ml Nicholson, comedy -ketch team; 
Hanson and Jiunes, colored comedy team ; the 
Albmi llrollii'rx. cmniHly JngglM-s ; new mov- 
ing plciures, and the Klllu Lnily nrcliestr-i 
arc tlie intnicllniis for this week. 



vaudeville names Belle Veola and new Jiotlou 
pictures. 

Hl.'-i'trl & SEAMON'S GUI llKIDELnBBO lt'>OP 

sungti tliev rcn- Oauokn ban proven a greater success than, 
was anticipated, and I» now making good 
monev for Its inanagerti. The bill for thla 



weeb'lncludes : Lottie (JilBon, Voung America 
gulntette. Tom aud Edith Almond. Herbert 
Brooks. Hay Cox, Carroll and Baker, Charles 
and Fannie Van, and Pauli and Wells. 

Brooklyn.— At Bloney's Ampblnn (Morris 
8. Bcnleslnger. manager) the opening per- 
formance here, under the ownership of 
Charles K, Blnney. took place night of July 
28. During the fast six or seven weeks Mr. 
Blnney has had a forre of skilled mechanics 
at work renovating tbe house from top to 
tot torn. The result of their effoi is was noted 
with pleasure by nn nudleace that crowded 
the bouse on the opening night. It bad all 
tlie appearance of an entirely new the.itr™. 
It Is the inteniion of the uniiagement to 
prctcnt popular ploys of the musical comedy 
and melodramatic variety, and to make of It 
a family and home thentre. The scale of 
prices arc of the popular sort, ranging from 
5ii cents to r»0 rents. Mr. SchJeslnger. who 
mnnnger the houne, comes from Philadelphia, 
where he has been managing . Mr. Blaney's 
bouse there, and where he ha* earned tor 
himself an enviable reputation ns n live the- 
atrical man who has the faculty of making 
friends wherever he goes. The opening per- 
formance was "Across the l'tultlc." with 
Johnny Hocv, well known hereabouts, In the 
fhnrm-ter created by Harry Clay Illaney. The 
follnwlne attraction Is "The Devil's Auction." 

Paytox'k (S. S. Allen, manager!. — The 
season opened here, nlpht of .10, with "The 
Mascjiieraders," with Corse Pay ton and Ktta 
Heed Payton in the cast. The pHmNMi of 
tbe slock is practically the same as last sea- 
son. Many Improvements have been made ln 
the bouse alnce the close of last season. 
There were so mnnv of Mr. Payton's old 
patrons on hand at the opening performance 
that there wns not even standing room for 
them. The following attraction is "Woman 
Against Woman." 

Lisa Park. — The skating rink, which 
opened a week ago, lias been largely patron- 
ized. New action and new characters have 
l**en added to "The Great Train Robbery." 
Mundv's Anlmnl Shew nnd tbe free circus 
nre big cards, 

DjiKAMi.ANn. — "Creation" ond the other at- 
tractions here are doing large business. 

Hostock's Animal, Arkva. — The trnined 
baboon, who dines, smokes n cigar and does 
acrobatic acis. Is one of the newcomers. An- 
other Hgcr has been added to the group pre- 
sented by Ilendrlrkson, and Gallnad's lions 
are si ill big features. 

Mayhattan ItKAcrr. — "The fllrl from 
Paris" h!»B another week to run at the Man- 
hattan Bench Theatre. Trlxle Frlganzn. 
Daisy Oreen. Joj-le Sadler and Alexander 
Clark are great features. Pain's llreworks 
still remain a big drawing card. 

ItnioiiTON RuAflt Park. — The Ferrl Ani- 
mal Show. Chhpiltn. Professor I>wls and his 
stinkps. nnd the ninny oilier nit ructions along 
tbe Pike all furnish their quota of amuse- 
ment. 

MuH.ttTiis- BtUCR Mt'sic Haix (W. T. 
(Jrover. manager). — This week's bill; Arthur 
Dunn, Henri French. 1-klwln SI evens, Um- 
pire Clly (Junrte'le. Meredith Sisters. Hilly 
Clifford. Herbert's dogs, Mnrle Gordon ond 
the klueingranh. 

ID:\iikhso.n"s. Cosnv Isr.Asn. — Rill week 
of :10 ; Hell-Prevost Troupe. Itnllan Trio, 
.'ocohs' does. Lee White. Carlisle and linker, 
Arlington Comedy Four. Four Melvlns, Volk- 
Colllna .inrt Carmen Sisters. Van Cleve-rete. 
nnd company, Leoiuird Kane, Mvrtle Ilyrne 
nnd company, Huckeyo Four, Three Perry 
Slaters. Juggling Homnnns, and Miller nnd 
Kresko. 

Xotk. — At Manhattan Beach Theatre. Hnn- 
dnv. Julv 'Jfi, was set aside for onp of the 
testimonial miisicol fer.tivals, In honor of P. 
S. (Mlmore. Slim audiences, owing to the 
hod woollier, attended Ihe matinee and even- 
ing performances. The fireworks, which were 
scheduled at the Pain Amphltheotre, had to 
be dispensed with. Among I hose who volun- 
teered to uitpenr in the theatre were: Trlxle 
Frlgmizn. It. K. Graham. l>amrosch's Peoule's 
Choral Union, Mrs. .Ins. Francis Cook. Julia 
Allen, Blanche Deyo. Ada Lew's. Henry R. 
Dlxey, Frederick Bond. Cecelia Nlles, and 
nuiny olliers. --Fdward K ltlce and Herman 
Perlet alternated us condurtors. 



lliirlem At the West Knd (Geo. A. Rlu- 

mcnthitl. manager) "Little Bed Hiding Hood" 
Is ihe offering for this week by the siock 
coinpuuv, with Mabel Shaw In the lending 
vole. The play was presented hi clever man- 
ner July -*m, and created a most favorable 
inuuessiou. It shoiiid have a big week, de- 
spite the warm weather. So far business hns 
been satisfactory during the Summer sennon. 

KllITIt & PlKH'TOH'H ONH Hl'MiRKn AMI 

TwKXTY-Fimi SriiKKT. — "The Hells" Is the 
iittrucllou for this week. A packet! house 
gave enroll ru grim- n I to (lie players on the 
opening tiny. Paul McAllister, as Mat bins, 
anil Agues Scott, os Soitcl, did clever work, 
nod were well supported bv Hobert ''11111- 
mliigs, Holtcrt Bill. George Howell. J nines 
Keiine, Mai bible DeBbon aud others. Tbe 



NEW YOHK CITY JOTTINGS. 



The Kouhtbestii Street Theatre will open 
Aug. II. with "Queen of the Highbinders." 

Bosh Staiil arrived from Europe July 27, 
and started In at once to rehearse on tbe new 
four act version of ■'The Chorus l*ndy," which 
will open ihe Savoy Theatre Sent. 3. 

Tun New Star Theatre will open Aug. 4. 
with "The Curse of Drink." 

It ih ansomnoeo that Wm. A. Brady, the 
present lessee of the Manhattan Theatre, has 
arranged with the owners of the property to 
build a theatre on the present site when the 
building and subway are completed. He 
says this will be the permanent home of 
Grace George. 

Tin: White Rats held an outing and shore 
dinner July L»0, nl. Pluier Park. Bath Beach. 
Tony Pant or was the luvlted guest. The nf- 
falr was a great success, nad everyone re- 
turned home well pleased. Baseball, water 
aerobatics mid other games were enjoyed. 

The Lincoln Tiikatiik, now approaching 
completion at Hroiidwuy and Sixty-fifth 
Street, was so named July ^tj by the Shu- 
borts, who obtained control of ft recently. 
It Is expected that one of Walter Lawrence's 
attractions will dedicate it hi October. The 
theatre will sent 1,001). 

About three thousand people laughed them- 
selves almost Into hysterics at ihe American 
League grounds, afternoon of July 'J.H. when 
hascbull teams from the aclors nnd managers 
did all .softs of thlugs In a fraoflc endeavor 
to show how little I hey knew nliout the game. 
IiicUb'iilalty, much nioiiev was filmed over lo 
Hie Xeiv ^ork.Home for Crippled Children. 
Afier ihe disturbance was over, nnd De Wolf 
Hopper had rcfiisitl to recite "'Casey nt the 
Hui,' because Sam llarrln wouldn't' let hliu 
hit the hall, some rash enthusiast announced 
flip score 12 to 4. In favor of the managers. 
The teams wore supisised 10 linn up as fol- 
lows : Actors — Geo. M. Cohan, p. ; Louis 
M111111. L'b.: Dave Montgomery, lib.; Nat 
Wills.- ss. : Thomas W. Ross, If.; James J: 
Morton, rf. : George Helton, '2U. : De Wolf 
llop|ier, 31a. a Fred Stone, c. Managers — Kr- 
htnger, rf. ; Sam II. Harris, p. : Jack Gleason, 
c. : Win. A. Urn fly. If. ; Terry McCiovern, 2b. ; 
Jules Hurtlg, ef. ■ Sam Scribner. :ib. : Alf. R. 
Aa cons, lb.: iOdgiir Selwn. sfl.. but with 
"Jim" Morton, the "mascot," llollls Cooley. 
■the Iron clad umpire, iiirgnphnne-votced Joe 
Humphrey, mid other principals and supers 
scattered about the field, the effect was 
wurlby of the earthquake scene In "Babes In 
Toylund." Whenever the ball was hit every- 
body run for it and nottody gut It. Fred 
Stone wns the bright particular star, both as 
comedian and ball player, and Incidentally 
seemed to Is 1 working off n personal grudge 
on every manager who got within his reach. 
Ills boxing bout with A. h. Erlauger wns oae 
of the funniest things ever seen. Ue re- 
marked: "Come on. boys, this is the oulv 
chance we'll ever have to Hkln the managers,*' 
hut the chance wns not taken. Hesltle* Fred 
Stone, Sam Harris A. I- Krlanger. Alf. K. 
Annuls, Terry McGovcrn, Geo. Itchan and 
ChuR. lieliest played respcstoble ball occa- 
sionally. Three three-round one minute box- 
Iiik bouts iH'iwecn professional lexers drew 
considerable attention. Tlie Yankee Doodle 
Comedians mid the Green Houm Club then 
pluvil 11 gmnc. 

H.viTvi,ANt>. South Heacb. — Klrnlfv's "A 
Carnival In Wulee" is very popular. Hn tiling, 
boiillng. skm lug and tbineini; nud a free 
vaudeville ate some of tbe other attractions. 



THB ACTOB8* CIBCU OF ClTII. WAA VlT- 

euass held a meeting July 2fl. and the fol- 
lowing were elected officers for the ensuing 
term: Officer of the day (president), Dan 
A. Kelfv: officer of the guaftl (vice presi- 
dent), Major Burk: orderly sergeant (atcre- 
tary), John A. HUI; quartennaster (.treas- 
urer), Jas. II. Curtis: sergeant of the guard 
ftyler), Wm. Henderson. The next mePting 
will be held Aug. 12. at noon. In the parlor of 
the Saranac Hotel. 14rffl Hroadway. All 
gentlemen In the thparrlcol profession who 
wore the bin* or grey In "01 to 0», nre In- 
vited to attend. „ . „«_ 
HUM Hahiuson Elmottr writes: 'On 
Jnlv 24 FiOiile ricchlanl. bnslnoBs manager of 
the' Eight Plcchlanls, European acrobats, cele- 
brated bis twenty-ninth birthday at the home 
of Mr and Mrs.. VlftceiiM Albloi, Leilngton 
Ave.. New York. Mr. Alblnl Is noted as one 
of the best Italian and French caterers n 
New York Cltv and at. thla bonquet fully 
proved the fact. The table wan overladen 
with evervthiug In season, and the wines and 
champngnen were Imported specially for the 
occasion. Those present were: Douie Plcchl- 
nnl PoliBsena Plcchlonl, Mmc. Mlrol. Edwin 
T. 'Klllotte. Mabel Harrison Klliotte. the 
■Plcchlanl Family. Mons. De Croix. Mona. 
Pascal, Mons. tJlrardln. Madam Horeoee, of 
the Florence troupe of acrobats. The cere- 
monies were closed with a hearty toast and 
three cheers for Thf, Or,D ItEUABt.E, for 
ench Issue of which we look forward to with 
pleasurable anticipation. AH had a dehght- 

' TiiiHTtiF.s ri.osKD ake: The Knickerbocker. 
Manhattan. Ill Ion. Belasco. Joe Weber s 
Music Hall, itudson. Gnrrlck. Broadway, 
New Amsterdam. Hippodrome. Majestic, 
Gardfln, I.vrlc. Academy of Music, Princess, 
Empire, Dalv's, Savoy, Madison. Square, 
Fields'. Herald Square, Criterion. Liberty, 
Grand Opera House. Murray Hill. Four- 
teenth Street, Colonial, Proctor's Fifth Ave- 
nue Proctor's Flftv-elghth Street. Yorkvllle, 
Irving Place, Circle, Miner's Eighth Avenue, 
Miner's Bowery. Dewey and London. 

"Under the Cents, 

W. L. Main gives the following reasons for 
wishing to dispose of bis Interest with the 
Cummins Show: "When the Cummins Wild 
Wesl Exhibition was formed, I Interested my- 
self In the company to the extent of eighty 
big draught horses, that were leased to the 
llagenbeck Show Inst Summer; also n troupe 
of performing elephants, known as 'rower's.' 
I also leased to the company my elegant 
Winter quarters at ileueva. O. Mr. Cummins 
was to furnish bis Wild West paraphernalia. 
Ktage coaches, guns, mules, etc., and tlie third 
owner some elegant sleeping cars and other 
proiK-rtv. and was also to manage tbe aggre- 
gation. The remainder of the property was 
to be hilled new. I engaged the general 
agent and financial representative, as I was 
tired nnd out of the show business, and 
never had any idea of travellng'jigala. Bat 
when Winter was over, one of the directors, 
who was to lie the manager, sold his luterest 
to me, and 1 traveled with the show, to get 
it organized, which I have done, and have 
left Hie show, and nt this writing am at 
borne. If I were aurlous and cared to travel, 
I wouldn't think of selling." 

Tub tiosTKK ov tub Xo. 2 Car. of the Sun 
Bros.' World's Procresslve Shows Is OS fol- 
lows: It. C. Woods, cur mnnager: F. J. Riley 
(Hnppvl, Bert Moore, Fred Bowers, D. A. 
Patterson. Tom Carroll, Win. Lanhani, Ed. 
Barton, Clias. Wltlmell, N. T. I^ewls, H. C. 
Benton. .1. C. McCiure. hill posters: C. J- 
Sulphco. Iltbos : L. Fee, programmes, and 
llarrv Davis, banners, while Samuel Snipe, 
of Savnnnah, presides over the kitchen. At 
Pontlac, last Tuesday, alx x of our men. took 
"French leave," making us short banded 
until new men can be secured. 

N'OTKS mil THE PA WXKE BflX'B Wlt.D 
Wkst axu Ghkat Far East.— Since taklug 
the road, after our engagement at Brighto.i 
Beach, we have been playing to ibe most phe- 
inui(-nul business In our history. At Kastou. 
Scran ton and Wilkes-Bnrre. PL, Lhojusandr. 
were turned away, and even at Catasauqua. 
Honesdnle. Cnrboudale and Plttston. Pa., en 
parity business has been the rule. The show 
this season h&3 Introduced a ■ number of 
novel oerformrtiices never before presented by 
nnv mem nnd the universal comments hearl 
on all sides If; "Tlie best Wild West Show 
ever.' The guttling gun drill !«: one of the 
most sensational military acts ever seen, tbe 
mintllng and dismantling of tbr gun and the 
rapid discharge of the gun while In Action 
completes an act that Is full of snap and 
vim from Ptnrt to finish, and never falls to 
arouse the audience to Intense enthusiasm. 
The privileges, since leaving Hrlghton Bench, 
have done uu Immense business, and H.G.Wil- 
son Is wearing the smile Hint w*»nt come off. 
The roster of side show is ns lollows: II. (',. 
Wilson, mnnager nnd orator, nssisted on 
the Trout by Allan Pearce, who makes second 
openings ; Goo, linldwhi. box No. 1 : Geo. Tar- 
box, box No. 2, and Harry Markwood, box 
No. 3. King Cole has charge of the 
inrifle, and the performance runs as 
follows: Wild Hose, tbe Yucaran wonder- 
Mrs. II. (i. Wilson, mind reader; Mrs. King 
Cole, strike irainer: T. A. Tofro, strongman : 
M. II. Untidy, Juggler; Tommy Hayes, aerial 
gymnast : Van Strom, on tbe hounding rope: 
South Sen Island Joe and wife, Heno. Jaya 
Mkaaalm Troupe of Singhalese, I^itnaarand 
Slnda's Chinese oplnni den exposed, Leon 
Foster, female impersonator: the Australian 
Boomerang Thrower?, Shnais nnd Heath. 
musical act. and King Cole, magician and 
ventriloquist. The front bus fourteen 12x22 
pulutlucs, and the Immense patronage ibis 
department receives dully Is proof positive 
thai Mr. Wilson has secured ,1 series of at- 
tractions that appeal to the public. When 
the show again took the road at Jersey City 
there was rejoicing In camp, tbe inactive 
teat ores connected with long stand engage- 
ment, while It may appeal to some people, 
are not exciting enough for those who have 
followed the white lops for any length of 
time. The hustle nnd bustle was not there, 
and everyone, even the Indians, were odcc 
more hnppy when our road tour began. 

Itii'AitiHi Bkm,, of the Grand Clreo RIcardo 
Bell. Is In New York, making arrangements 
for tlie next season. J. Harry Allen Is book- 
ing acts for tli- 1 show. 

Notch fkom Debt Silver's Net Text 
Snows. — At Crysml Lake, Julv 20. while 
Stone and llninp were maklag the high wire 
nscenslun, the outside nitractlun with the 
show, the wire parted while Mr. Stone was 
doing a head stand In their passing act, and 
they both fell nearly twentv feet. Mr. Stone 
striklm; on his head and left shoulder, In- 
flicting quite serious damage to his l>ack, and 
breaking IiIf left forearm. We had to leave 
him ln the doctor's care there. At tlie last 
report he was getting along as well as could 
be expected. We did not show on account 
of the accident, this being the first perform- 
ance this show bus missed this season so 
far. The show hns been doing n phenomenal 
bus 1 11 ess. 

ltosTKK cab No. 2, Ilnrnnm & Bailey Show : 
Cur manager, Victor B. Cooke : excursion 
agent, AI. Hell ; bos? bill posler, Geo Frjzler. 
Local No. 7 : excursion ronte men — Walter 
Kay. Local No. 11. steward ; Dick Armstrong, 
Local No. 3, corresponding secretary : Wm. 
Oorbett, Alliance: Ed. P. Tlce, Ixtrnl No. 17: 

II. F. Mcleod, Local No. 1 : Oble Cohen, 
Wal No. 0. aad Mike Goodwin. I,i>cnt No. 

III. Banners, Wm. Croupe, Local No. 12: 
nsslstnnt banners, Mnrtln ipp, Loral No. 20; 
programmes, Geo. West, Local No. 24 : pasie 
maker, I.cm Wllkenson. Local No. IK; vhef. 
Arthur Fllchelt ; waiter. Hoy Clnugh : por- 
ter. Geo. Carpenter.. We receive TttK Cl.ll'- 
vkii every week, mid "If makes cvervone hnppv. 
They say It Is "ihe only only." 

*«•-* — : 

Mav Tunis will star lu "Mile. NKouche" 
next season. 



CANADA. 

Montreal, — At Dominion Fark (H A 
Dorsay, manager), with the Royal Toklo Ja^ 
panese Troupe and Van Der Ueerschen-s 
Band, good business was done week of July 

"KtrgRSiOR Pahk (AI. E. Read, manager) 
— Good business week of 22. with Creo Sa" 
wada's Japanese Troupe, Darlon and Turenne 
Blssonette Brothers, aad the bioscope. 

Soiimrr Park (Lavlgne & Lojole, mana- 
gers)-.— Bill week of 22 Included : Hosll and 
bis horse, Gus Edwards' School Bovs and 
Girls, Sbennann and Fuller, the -losselln 
Trio. Lavlgne's Band, and tbe orchestro,- 
pbone, 

Bakncm & Bailey's Circds Aug. 1, 2. 
- ■ * — 

London. — At the Grand (J. R Tnrton 
manager) Sevengnla opened bis second week 
July 23. Black Dike Bond 27, Sbepard* 
moving pictures .10-Aug. 4. 

ffpRiNOBATtK Pare- (Stewart & Caho, maa- 
agefs). — Lyceum Srock Cd., No. 2, opened 
July 23, In a repertory. 

.Notes. — J. K Turion Is in Toronto, con- 

suiting with T^essee A. J. Small Baroum 

& Bailey's -Circus comes Aug. 10. Harry 1, 
Watklns, the general advance press agent.' 

was here 20 Artnur Holtnan, son of 

A. D. Horman, of the old Holman Opera. Co 
will start In the theatrical profession this 
season. He leaves next week for Boston, to 
Join the "Qolncy Adams Sawyer" Co., to piny 
the character of Zeklal Work Is pro- 
gressing rapidly on Bennett's new vaudeville 

meat re The new radial road has opened 

a new park five miles from London. Spe- 
cialties wilt be given there next season 

John Clark, a well known actor, Is visiting 
bis home here^ 

Toronto. — At Munro Park (William 
Banks, manager) week of July 30: Mr. and 
Mrs. Nell Litchfield, Howard and Llndeu, 
Richard Brothers. George Harrington, Mile. 
Louisa Schmltz and moving pictures. 

Toronto Isuvxn (K. L. Brooker, mana- 
ger).— Big business ruled for the entire week 
of 23, wl-h: Dixon, Bowers and Dixon. Mnv 
Neilson, Tom Hayes, Mike Haolou, and the 
Ozeon, jngglers. 

Notks. — William Park has been appointed 
the general manager 'of tbe New Shubert 
Theatre, which Is now ln course of construc- 
tion on tbe .old Upper Canada College 
grounds. Toronto. Mr. Park has been tbe 
treasurer of the Dally. Broadway, New York 
and Savoy Theatres, and Is well known lu 
the theatrical business. Tbe ground has been 
broken, and tbey expect to he la readiness 
for business Jan. 1. 
< BAhNUM & Bailey's Snow Aug. 10. 

<tueliec. — Bnrham & Kalley'g Clrcns 
comes Aug. 4. The city nnd surrounding 
towns are billed in good o'd circus srvle. 
Not;:.— J. Austin Pyncs has just reached 
our city from a delightful sojourn In the 
upjiey lakes, where be had excellent trout 
flshlug. 

■ — » #-•-• 

MISSOURI. 



Kansas City.— At the Glllls Opera House 
fE. S. Brlgbam, manager) tlie theatrical 
ceoBon started here July 28, with "Nettle, 
the Newsglrl." as the inaugural offering. 
Next week, "The Millionaire Tramp." 

Klrctbic Park (Sam Benjamin, plana* 

?vt) . — Creators and his band played their 
ureweil week to Increased crowds last week. 
'Jhls week. Sorrentlno and bis Banda Hosss. 
In the German Village last week Ihe ads 
were: Hathaway and Siege], llawley and 
Leslie, Summers and Winters, and Mabel 
Cansldy. 

.Korkst Pahk, (Lloyd Brown, "tannager). — 
Last week Lenge's Orchestra, assisted by 
Misses Delmore and HI ley, scored a hit. Ou 
the lawn; the De Gran Trio and the Bound- 
ing Gordons drew applause. In Old Heidel- 
berg, the turns were: Hocco Voeo, the boy 
with the big voice; tbe Great Westiu, im- 
personator; Pierce and Hoslyn, and Bern Ice 
sad her boy singers, la popular songs. This 
week, Lenge's Orchestra, with Will Dickey 
nn soloist. On the lawn.: Cbas. Ledegnr, "the 
-original Flying Dutchman," and the Prau- 
< cllos. In Old Heidelberg : Grace Hoons, 
Delmore and Carroll, -Laear and Lazar. Tbe 
tan. Francisco fire plctnres will be replaced 
\. .Hi the Nelson-Hrlit light pictures In Hop- 
kins' Theatre. 

r\\Riioi;xT Pabk (Ben Rosenthal, mnna- 
?er». — Large crowds continue. Hefner s 
Military Band, Prof. Bales, balloonist; Chas. 
Allen, swimmer, and Mile. La Julian, soloist. 
are the principal attractions. 

CurPKniNus. — The Royal Hawaiian Band 
will open a week's engagement at Convention 

Hall Sunday Paine 'a "Last Days of 

Pompeii" Is attracting large crowds at Ex- 
it Mltlon Park nightly Manager O. D. 

Woodward, general manager of the Wood- 
ward & Burgess Amusement Co., returned 
from New York last Wednesday, and an- 
nounced that tbe season at the Willis Wood 
will open Sent. 3, with "As Told la the 
Hills." with the Edwla Arden Co. He also 
announced that tbe Auditorium will rut lira, 
to stock next season, commencing Sept. 1, 
with "The Altar of Friendship." The mem- 
bers of the company will be Geo. Arvlne. for- 
merly of the Standard Theatre, Philadelphia. 
lending man, and Eva Lang as leading lady. 
Other membere : Mary Horn, Henrietta Va- 
ders. Louise Van Dorren, Elizabeth Aunou- 
dule. Josephine Leigh, Ernestine Mobrle, 
Frank Hollestou, J. Francis Kirk, Will Davis. 
William Whiitv, Wm. Phiunev, Edward 
Karte and George Butler. Priestly Morrison, 
will be stage manager. 

4 1 I 

MICHIGAN. 



Detroit. — At the Temple Theatre (J. H. 
Moore, manager) Inst week'a bill was .firm 
class, and the attendance was large. Bill 
for week of July 30 Includes: Marie Wniu- 
wrlght, assisted by Frank Sheridan; Stuart 
Hn -i:ea, Josephine Gnsaman, Eckart and IWg, 
Meluotte-La Nole Trio, Columbia, Comedy 
Four, St. Onge Brothers, Dorothy Kenton aud 
kiuetogrnph. 

Ki.K.iTinc Park (Luis Myll, managfr). — 
This resort wns opened to tbe public a few 
weeks ago, and has been doing a good busi- 
ness, especially evenings. Tlie attraction for 
week ot 23 was Wiieelock's Indian Band, 
nnd It scored an emphatic hit. Week of SO. 
Wild's airship. 

Notrh. — The Whitney Theatre opens Its 
regular season Sunday evening, 211, wlfh 
"How Hearts Are Broken." Harry Wil- 
liams' Idenls will open the Avenue Theatre 

Sunday afternoon, Aug. 5 John W. 

Vogel's Minstrels open the Lyceum Siinduy 

evening. 12 The Brandon-Evans Stock 

Co. will open the Lafayette Thentre 12. 

Hay City. — At Wenona Beach CaHlno (U. 
W, Hlchnrds. manager) business continues 
very good, and audiences are thoroughly 
pleated. Mme. Valllclta and her trufii';d 
leopards: Hovd Coleman nod company. In 
"Hnater's Burrlar;' Wlllhim Tompkins. Lil- 
lian Ashley, Adair and Dahn. and ine klneto- 
scope made up the bill for week of July 22. 

Tun Washington <W. J. Daunt, mana- 
ger) will open the regular Fall season Aug. 
7, with "Qnlncy Adams Sawyer." 

Note.— ningllng Bros. Circua Is due Aug. 



firnnrt Rnplda. — At Romonn Thentre 
fLou Delnmater. mnnager) for week of July 
2» : Giliibnti and Perry, Six Proveanies, Itose 
and Kills, Six Samols, Jtayraond Teal, and tho 
Three Tronic dours. 

OotiPHOY's- Pavilion (Cbas. Gndfroy. mon- 
agen.— Week of 21): Addison nud Livingston. 
niwuuu nud Beeson. Mart Mai toy. Massey 
aud Kramer, and Malbleus. 

Note.— Hlugllag Bros.' Circus Aug. 0, 



AUGUST 4. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



641 



ATTRACTION MANAGERS WHO THINK 



they are booked In nlay the G and 0|>cra Home, London, Out, 
Canada, should read their contracts. Wc arc the lessees of the Grand 
Opera House, the only house in thi city, and are now booking it. 
It is not tagfcfbttty to make other Canan'dian points to play London, for it is' locate! on the main line (short jumps), between Buffalo, Michigan, Ohio and Middle West towns. Yon can 
plky this nve city and pass on to o'her gold fields. In the past in order to play London you were compelled to take several ' graveyard" towns, the scenery inthe theatres of which is ' 
made from the shrouds of managers who were forced to play them. In the past, if vou refused t-> play the morgues, the rabid fangs of the despot were ominously exhilii .eel. ThU day has 
pasfd. The London Grand Opera House is independer t, and its motto is "Equity." Its took' are op r n to all manageis who have a meritorious attraction. We will pay the duty on your 
prin i g and attend to all governmental matters. Libor Dav, which i< ^ond for two thousand to twen'y two hundred, is orjtn, as is also other good lime. 
Write to PITZPATRICK & STEWART, Suite 113 8-39-40, Knickerbocker Theatra Building, 39th Street and Broadway, New York. 



WANTED QUICK, 

TUBA 

Double STRING BA8S, 

BARITONE 

Double VIOLA of2d ' FlODLtJ r 

Alto double 2d Violin. Flute and Piccolo. Other 
ma«ici».Da. writ*. Pay your own. Alt niuBt loin 
immedlKteTy. Address FRED. D. FOWLKK, Mgr., 
Hftverij's HlDRtrolB, care ot Opera House, Pater* 
poti, N. J. I 

WANTED, 




And Other Shows 



under their own canvas, rrtTlIeges sold or 
guaranteed. Also MlNIATURK RAILWAY, 
MERRY-GO-ROUND, FERRIS WHEEL 

and all other Privileges for sale. 

NOLAM PAflK, AUG. 15-18, '06. 

Expect daily attendance of ten to fifteen thousand. 
C HAS. F. HBI PRICK, Clarion. Fa. 



(I 




111! 

WANTS FOR 



I 



THE IDEALS, 

JtfveniJi&I'Leiidliig Man tfaJli. Comedian -5 with 
Specialties, character Man, Young Woman for 
Juveniles, some Characters, Scenic. Artist. Re- 
hearsals Aug. 20. Photo and all quick. Address 
KK1.I-EV ISLAND. 0. 



WANTED, FOR 



CiKil? Performers of All Kinds. 

Those doin? more than, one act preferred. Also 
want cqruet. Trombone, llatltone, Clarionet and 
Trap Drnhimer. "Slate lowest in first. Stop In 
hotels. Add. F.'.J. PALHRB, W. Chaxy, N.Y. 



WA NTI 



OUWR I LA TOUR'S 

■ -Blfe STOCK CO., 

.11 AX F<IR LEADS AND HEAVIES. 

COMEDIAN. Repertoire People In all lines. Write 
or wire uiLMOim and la rouR, week Jnij ao, 
wellsboro, F».i weelc'Autr. fl. Oaleton, P*. 



BILL POSTERS WANTED 
JflffiES' ENORMOilS R.R. SHOWS. 

Steady; wortyear around and good salary. Write 
or wire II. J. WILLIAMS, Munug.T. 

Advertising Car No. 2, Washing ton, D. C. 



WANTED, 

OPERATOR 1 wlid'can 8inpr. Not afrald-br.work. 
Long Season. Salarv sure, $20. State all tn first 
letter. Do-not call. M. C. WELZ, 16 Fair View 
Place. Brooklyn, X. Y. 



WANTIED, 

11 IDTIOr PICT0BE OPEB1T0B and 
ELECTBICIAI, - 



ghly understanding the repairing of nlot 
jea. To work in foreign territory with, a 
i .-contract and transportation pit Id. None 
with gtjt edge referunuca 
crins. Address ■ 

. CLIPPER, N- y.oii.eo 



ear'B.-conirHct ana iran 

UVaxperlem'ed men wit 

eed apply. State terms. 

■S.G.H.. care of K. *. 



MUSICIANS 

XJIT AIVTED. 

1st afld "20- ViQltiii Cornet, troinliiuc and Drums 
for dancing. Open here Saturday night. En 
gagemcut lasts until Octotier, but |f you de-ire to 
get away before then you -can leave on 2 weeks' 
notice. A. F. of M. preferred. Wire at once. 
JOHNS. EGAS, Hhu cl master. r-oheimctnly, N. Y. 

WANTED OJJICK, 

ForHaalcal Comedy, long Beaton, opens Sept. l. 
Acrobatic Irish Comedian, Acrobatic Eccentric 
Comedian. Acrobat for Boy Part, most Sing and 
Dattce; Woman for Biddy Soubrette, Specialty peo- 
ple preferred; Male ijaartette that doubles Braca, 
CTiorflg Girls: who Slug uud Dance- State all Mrst 
letter with photos. Von pay own lintel. Could 
nee Leader rum can arrange and put on maalcal 
atjrnbera. Azcnt nut arrnb* of work 

. ■,.. Addrciis P. B.C., care of CLIPPER. 



WANTED. 

Al CARPENTER TO PLAY 
SMALL PART. 

Mast be Boberaod reliable. State lowust salary 
flrsl letter. Rehearsals called Aug. 13, Chicago. 
i JPAOATILEY A PATTON, 

76 Plymouth Place, Chicago. 



PUT YOUR SHOES IN MY TRUNK 

Music by Henry P'. Vo^el. 

THE MAMMOTH MUSIC CO. ALBANY, N. )7 ~ 



Words by Harry D. Kerr. (AND COME ALONG WITH ME). Muilc by rlenry 

NOTICE—RtrpretVatcd In N. V. City by the MUSIC PUBLISHERS' EXCHANGE, 13 W. Ustlt si. stop In iM ltav« ihi'iii maYl. you till- «on K 



FREE Profeixlonal Copies to Slngera 

Orchn-tratloiiK, 5c. 



EXTRA Kiinin- (Ihhuh Vii.i^ nntt 
SjHiinl VfraeM fill' liVimilft MnRprn. 



WANTED, 





MUSICIANS, CORNET, PICCOLO, 
CLARIONET, TRAP DRUMMER, 
B. O. ; ALSO TWO BASS SINGERS. 
Wire immediately. 

DANDY DIXIE MINSTRELS, 

MAJESTIC THEATRE, WASlllNliTOV. II. C. 



CLOAK MODELS 

sa-fcuJnv*** SKIRT, Ootid saiar* to the right 
party.. H. J. MANN ft VIM.. U W, J »li St., N . .. 

StOlSHOW WEN-TRE 6REATEST TEfff OR 

Platform Cortoslly oil i-ftrtw. Tlifc S-uved C»2i». 
jo«K«,'»l , .Ys«n minim*. Hi. Ust tree. Wli. 
NKtSU!.', s Van Norten it. , No. Cambridge, Ham. 



[WANTED QUICK, 

PERFORMERS AND BAND PEOPLE FOR 

MAUD SUTTON 

IN HER NEW MURAL COKIKDV, 

POLLY WOGGLES. 

People in all lines doubling brarta. r.mc pranon. 
city lime only. Write or wire quick, siiuwnpena 
Aug. in. Leader of Orclienira io doiiblo alt<>. 
DANIEL V. McCOV, 
Room ffii, 67 gt>ulh Clark »t„ CliH:.ip>. HL 



WANTED (tUICK, 

t roit 

MVIIPHV & MACK 

"H&LOHET'S WEDDING," 

PEOPLE IN ALL LINES 

-Douhllne B^nas. 

Those doing Hpeclaltli's given preference. 

Leader, Band and Orchestra. 

Loup Season. Mention salary first letter. 

ray own liutela. 
MoOOY 6. BROWN, 
BO.0K em, :. , 

07 South Clark St., - - Clilc.no. I* 1 * 



NT. Y. IvJVjTBST PAD 

KAPHAN'S 
A MAT 31 UR 

NIGHTS 

GIVEX AT 'LKAl>i!VG THEATREg. 

The attraction tliat will pack your ther.tre 
to cftpuclty. Booking l'erey Wllflums' Uruok- 
lvn llieotrea, l'ark Theatre, Rtyonne. N. J., 
Itoston. X. Y. Tlieatrea, Etc. Trials given. 
WE ORIGINATE — OTHERS IMITATE. 
Amateur Dept. Knphan THeatrlcnl Syndicate. 

Downtown Office, 

Manhattan Theatre Uldtt.. l.tiSo Brondwuy- 

Uptown Oflice. IJKU Uroadway. 

MORTIMER KATO4N, M«r. 



HAVE SOME OPEN TIME 

SOfiitUr CIRCUS it rllPPOOROiVIE 



Tent ami seating capacity. l.(HW) to 4,<kH>. 
Terformancca where desired. I'nnule wagons, 
tmppl^ga, etc., etc. For particulars app]y lo 



HOFFMAN, nrldgeport. Conn., 



or ,1. L. YYKRMSlt, Sound ltanch. Conn. 



THEATRE 



Will «ctl lial'f Inlerest fin' $1,000.0-)' in good 
jiaylog 10-20c. vaudeville linuae, eNtnlillahed 
[i years. In. i-liy of loo.ooit, one hour from 
Boston. Address J. II. TRBHISTTS. 

Empire Them re. rittuflcld. Mass. 



Stylish Young Ladies. 

High Salary, Pleasant Work. 
CLOAK MODELS 

Bust 30. Skirt. 43. 

I. ROSENSCHEIN. 

jM ti, m-B. 11 Ui iltrgft, N. Y. 



WjarvvB <iuick, 

Dooblo Drama, Clarionet, Other Husiclans. 

State all ; Join on -wire; Willie Fenborg, ex- 
plain it quick. 

WANT QUICK, 

two More live bill posters. 

Mlddleburg, N. Y., Aug. 4 ; ITeaton Hollow, «. 
THOR. FINN. 



BILL-POSTERS 

At O^CE. Lone season South, Tor JONKS' 
ENORMOUS SHOWS, 
E. Tl. JONES, Wnsllluijton, D. C. 



Andllflrre! Jumping. Somernnnlt Monk ( new i, 
(iilxl Dogw. one owell Monk, direct (rum 
s.i'i':. America, ritblllone's Clniih. Lm-i »ea- 
Kori Ureal \Vallnru SIiowh. Inimedlulc time 
desired Tor snappiest nnluial act In .V. Y. 
■•J7r> W. LNid. N. Y. 



WANTED. FOR 

mm sis: iie tom's cjlbii. 

TOM-PEOPLE In All Branches, to totn at 
oner. Those doubling brasa given preference. 
State lowest salary. Show Opera Hounea, 
atay at hotelh. Ileeson Broa,, BilllngH. Mont. 



NOTICE 

tOWIOI IT HiT COHCEBH. 
The Manageraof nit Shows t>ooked for the 

CITY OPERA HOI si:. Frederick, Mil. 

for year iwja-ittt.7, are.reapecuTnHy renjieHled to 
cominunlcat« at once with tac new Ir^fc e. 

JOSEPH F. BKACIIT, Manager. 



Sober, Experienced 

Manager-Agent 

WttcPlaillitt, 'Sight header. Hhvc swell net of 
Hand Uniforms and good I'll! Trunks. Addrt-w 
N.W. Wlb>»N, 317 N. Ilnrllugtiin Sl. t lla>lllig ft> Ni b. 




Wanted, Sketch Team. 

Unat do DouttleH and Singles, hava good ward- 
robe, i>e good lookers and free from deforiniileH 
and ijuccr hablUi. One A. and I), hutch Comedian, 
also Novelty Act, and oilier useful iii>upic. We are 
under big top; two week stands, Vaudeville and 
Comedy. State »ll In fir t letter. '.Ticket* if 1 kn-jw 
you. . JIM LUNO, tlrenutown, Imhuut. 



Wanted. Musical Ian and Organ 

Pla-rcr. flood Winter JubJ Halnry every week. 
llellrtbie man, write oulek, Mgr. MclkliiL- Co., 
Jonesvllle, Saratoga Co., N. v. 



WANTED, PIANIST 

Thatcan" double cornet, lUdybi l^lng ill us. Hongs, 
must have gooil voice and own bur own Siereop- 
ttcon and Hong Slides. O'her taient answer, 
M(JIL. I101IKMIAN 01. ASH IlLOWKltH ami (JAR- 
NIVAL 00., Inland Fails, Me., week Aug. fl, 

AT LIBERTY, 

C. Walcott Russell, 

STAGE UIltECTOR, CIIAKACTKKH, KTC. 

Miss Ceorgte King, 

CHARACTERS, LIGHT COM DT, BOTH, ETC. 
Weok ,iuly 3'J, Gen. Bel., Kumford Palls. Me.; 
week Aug. H. Qanluicr, Me. 



At liberty, 2 Al Street, tntertaiiicn, 

Loud ulngeis and InHtrunientail>is. all kinds o. 
Comedy. Oiiaoge aa ofico as desired. Swell 
wardrobe and instrument*. Sober and reliable. 
Can Join at once. Reliable managers address at 
once (must have ilcketa), 

CAKOLI. atid CO •KLIN. Llbi-ilrvllle. 111. 



WANTED, FIRST CLASS REPERTOIRE PEOPLE 

In si I lines foxcopt Lcadltis Wuuiti'o. -10 WEKKH. 
Open Eureka, Kan., Aug. l.i. hciiu^r j nu aug. 1. 
Also want GoooHpeetallv people who play part*. 
Agent who plav purls, Man with first Ola.-s Mu- 
chine and FilJiia. l'AV OWN. HittM all and plioto?. 

Addrena CLIKK0R1) REEVES, Knr»ka.Xana. 
Metropolitan Htoc.k Co. B'li auecenhlnl Hcssou , 



ATTENTION! SAM DEVERES GO. 

CORRECTION of Date of CALL. 

Correct Date is Aug. SO, at Saengerbund Hall, Brooklyn, If. T. 



MED. PERFORMERS 

WASTED IN ALL LISE8 

That can chance often. Preference given tleinc 
that can play organ. 

PIANO PLAYERS 

That can work on atagc. State anlary and all 
you do. 

gj fljlM REME DY CO ., Phil!., Pa. 

' YooTROUTEi 

Anywhere In U. ft. and Canada, iptickly, carefully, 
a;ivlng rallhiij turi'i*. Hcnt aharmg letma. Ilril- 
ablc. Rslabllaheil n yenfs. CliargeH reasonable. 

A. C. DOBBEE BOOKING OmCE, 

Knlckerboi-ke r Theatre Bldg., New York. 

MAY HILLMAN 

WANTS 

PIANO PLAYER and MDI IM 

A'lilreilB KHNE8T SOIINAIiKI,. Bcllrura Falln. VL 

WANTED, FQtt SUMMER AND WINTER 

Leading Man, Heavy Man, 

CHARACTER WOMAN, PIANIST, AGENT and 

GOOD RK1\ PKOI'l.K wlili ftpccbtlllea. Join on 
wire. MANAUEH ETHEL 1»EHM0N1> CO.,»lautou 
Park, Stevt-ovlUe, Ohio. 



I. 8TRH8MAM 

iimlhI, *■ 



AKKroKNiar, 80s : 



Wanted, Lady Partner 

To.. double In iketchep, work tn act*: mur-r du 
alttglug and dancing. Prefer thope that play ur 
fake organ. Top (mlary to right panj. Atiawer 
quick. Aim other "Mni. t'erformcra, write. I'm 
Obriati, Jack Iravia. write, tlpt-u mi H'DikJow 
Ind., Aug. fl. I1AHUV VAN. Manager 
_ _ CLIKTItS REMEDY CO. 

At Liberty, CHAS! DEf LESH, SV^Vi'i 

a i.Tti -ei*B.jii or ui irvekH vfth rJobHtclle stuck 

■ 1L...."£L C,,J -. fi, * r Thoatr*. ItuOHIo. ArUlrcit 27; E. lfltn 

*rt*.lork IJItjr. su, X«» York. Tel, IKS OreiuWcj. 



Al.l. MMMIIKItS llt:ri>ltr AI.'i'OKIUMM.V. A<-kn..\vl.-.l K .. 
«.VM IIKVKUH. Ikv.ll I'JIlUwn.v. 



all I,, 
v.r. Av 



FILMS FILMS FILMS 



Citnl Mldft Tmgeilj , 
, ub nut 



i tNfn ,i|:r».no A< inln nin.« i«-, iiiiom ■j?in.. *i i.tm 

The MlillUi, nfioiti 7r,iifi., »;t;,.oo Tho Htr|h<>, nbtmt I IttHI., 4*0. till 

The Kuril |.,il LuimUI' .iilMHii -HV.il. %tr, 111) Mill tin of 1 aid III vor. itlmnl 17(lfl .. %i -Jtu 
KIMuTur lliealntve shipped for examination nurwlpl nl *.'»,ist. 

lO.IMIIin. nfFIIni, moiiiifcil an r^Unf alinul ODOlH. rinlt r««i>1, only f :i(MIO pot i.m'I. 
Hhi|>pi-d for examination on receipt of »A.on. 

I K<liio" imprmnl Mnilel, cr-mplftn « Kh Kl.i trie nu<l I'nleliim llnin«>rit, Hli»mlaf, 
Car turn., iilim ■, \Vli<>, j*lii>et, ttlmitl IHJOft. of KM m. '4 Nolinf <'nl»red Snn« MUtlrH, nil 
rnjuplKtv, |ia« -Urtl In a It link; m.t iinv n fnw Wi'fhi ■ «o. «:t.l(».P(); t.ni |irU« Only 
$l!4a.0O. WllnmitFlliiiiorHliavi.«tM1.0tL 

Nhlppi'd for examination on reci'lpl oftin.iHi. 

Films, Machines and Song Slides for Rent 

With nr without 0|i.>rutitrii at Ihi. Iir.wr.1 KttlxN. 

WHITE IfMMY AMI OKI mil IIAIIIIAIN LIST Hilt AllllHST. 

GOOD OPERATORS WANTED AT ALL TIMES. 

IRSTN «Sc CO., 

I3S East Kith Street, Now York, N. V. 



ALWAYS lll'i;\. 



Trh'plltnn', MK ilriuiii'ti'i. 



M. villi tl.lisHD. 



WILLIAM A. DILLON CO. 

WANTS QUICK, DON'T DELAY, 

Honhrette r«r -nw: Ingenues, immi luive specialties;, roiiicdliui, llglll ami low comedy, ntrung 
specialtlt'r.; Ileavv Mnu, prefer otic who can «lug III. Hongs; Man anil Woman, double, spcclaltUm; 
Man, Gen. liua,; Womiui, lieavtcri, i-iutracu-ra; Mint er Team, must play mini ire ties and Ingenucn; TJhloti 
Carpenter, good ^inrla ttcs: Man tor .tuvoiillrs and Hen. Huh., spccinlllcii: Yniulevllle, Musical. 
AorohalicHkeicli Teams and Nmclth- of .ill kinds; good All 'Koiiml Iti-pcrloire rcople. Slate all; 
write quirk, r. .s.--Wntii quick, Two lug Aru n.r mai;ih; mm, i, man Wi 

W. A. JIILI.lPtV, IKI.'J liiilihcrhncki'i-niilR., V. V. 



WANTED, 

THE COUNTRY EDITOR COS. 

Leading Juvwiile Woman, fi. It. MoiHirntc, lini Ciinrarler U'oinen, two ■InVeuifc Men, Heavy Man 
two Singing ami Itanchig ('i.im-illaiis.A No. I I'tatilsi. Hiat<> full parii«'iiliira. pay your own, nni Idler. 
T*» MAIVAfiKIIN ■■'TlieCoiitiiiy Editor" l« Nillv pnileciml bv eopyrighl: flans ll.XXf., No- 
Hm'l, gnintcd Ajirll It, i:»w. rilAHI.I'lN II. (IH. SON, Hlrrllng, Kan. 




ItntUier Acts Arroballc, llorlzoiilal Hue, MiihIciiI Novelty, VersiHIn PeifurmeM; 'Hhi(tet> who I >>ititil o 
Orchestra. Address UAIIM NKW VlHIK tJJPI'Kll. 



MACMILLAN'S PLAYERS 



CtoHi's a ni'irt riuci't'ssfnl ami plfiiMinl eiigagctin-i 
Olenilorr.Willbiiiis"AIIl liOMK < 'IISCIHT." MihIit '- 
Hills, - ' opi-iilng In Augiisl. Itf iiigag'-'l for Air llotti 
open lime, elc. 



of twelve week- An,:, II »u lln- Hell HhIIhi'I- 
irail Willi Mr. W. K. Miilili"s"AH Told In lb" 
....^.MtiminiT l!«i7. Tn Manager*: Manv i|i«tik.< fur 
l)OM niA< MII-LAIV, Silllli I DO I ft!, 1!2« LaMlllle HI.. <*tllei|go. 



WAXTKII AT OSCK, KOIC KALL AM) WIHTHH NKANIlN W 



I II 



■ TE 



BINS CO. 



Light. Coined v Man to double itntKH, «|-«hs dr preferred; Ingenue, ciiiinu'ier Woihihi, I.'niinlry Lid; 

all in do sprctnUv. riuti't lo double Ma-s, oiher Mubleintis, write; niso Henri Lri Vard't, Helen 
llarcourtainl Jainei Greer, write. MAN HAIU.KMIII, per. aildreHs, (iswcgo, N. V. 



«_ii~b~==»-^ K. i-iill 



ON 



LAST ^EEK-- -KEITH'S, PHIIjA. 



- Joo 

& ie». SSS S 



DAN A. ANDERSON 



'I III.KXIltAI'll AI>niiKHS. 

.11111% l.ttlMY I's, 

KMI'IMK (IIUCIIIT, 

OF I'll II. HIM DM" 'WAT 

iv mv viiim citv. 



^Wanted, Small Band 

Winn to loin at once complete baud. Also MusielaiH, Hlltle, and Goiitet and Tt ba; tl I uMO I'llvin', 
Illack-mfib, Sketch Team, Ventriloquist, Acrobiilli* Tnuipe. Irong aetisoti huilli. 

JONES' RAILKOAD SHOWS, I'ott Co.val, Pa.. Aug. X; Newpoit 1, iMIheaUl -. '/uanyvlllc h. 



Frank Williams and Adella Pullman 

1\ "1111, KY' THK I.OIIHTKri," 

Al UOIVAK1I ATIIBS.KIIM, llot-ton, H»«w„ wui.k Auc. -JO. For Hint, iHlitrm-i nil Htf^m., 

Films for Sale by Majestic Comedy Co. Used One Season, Sacrifice al 3 lo it. Fl. 



Vuudcrllle people, slHte toweat. 



W. UK V WOOD, Iffii Gol-h-n Hill, flridgeport, Conn. 



J HENET EO WLET. ™ tM c, " taner ' "• w n < hm T,rk 

•*• "f ■ " T^^ : ■****■*• Also llnmuriT Bljoa tMMMi I'.r.rio'd, N. 1. 



At Liberty, 

1IAI.K ANI 



KIRBRO, 



1IAI.K AND TU.HIVII DIII.I.S. 

Play 'jit.. H W«b»«li Ave., SoiiciiKUily, N. Y. 



WANTED, PEOPLE FOR MUSICAL COMEDY, 

Murit hlng and Dance. Stute lowest salarv Mrst 
let tor. Tliuac tfiii". ktinw mo know their iiioiu-y u 
sure, JOE A. WALLAOK, Oiwego, N. V 



643 



THE :NJd2W YORK 




iTPPER. 



ATJGTJST 4 



John J, 



CORBETT & 



RESTER 



fc^elmti 



THIS 

WEEK, 

Managers, kindly look us over. At Liberty for next season for BURLESQUE, FARCE COMEDY OR VAUDEVILLE. 

Address aiS EAST llth ST.. PMILA., pa. 



s*-= 



BUSTER 
BROWN 



I 



WARNING! 

It has rfimp to our knowledge tliat ooo MELVILLE B. RAYMOND and a corporation 
bearing the nam? of "MCLVILLE B. HAYMOW) AHIIHKMHNT COMPANY," are book- 
ing a tour of "WJSTKR IIBOWN." or "IWOTBB BItOWN'H HOLIDAY," "BUSTERS 
HOLIDAY." "BIIHTHK'B VACATION." or similar title As nolo owners ot all dramatic 
rights to "BUHTKIt BROWN," liy conveyance from NEW YORK HERALD COMPANY, 
dated October '], 1002; as well as by virtue of the copyright owned by us, we propose to 
protect ail our rlghtn to the fullest extent of the law. 

Our contract with MBLVILLK B. RAYMOND and all bis rights to "BUSTER BROWN" 
expired oa rbe first day of July. 1800, and contained tbls clause : 

"and tbe right, title ami exclusive ownership of the said RICHARD P. OUTCAULT" 
"to said mimical farce comedy. BUSTER BROWN,' and to tbe name and title" 
" 'BUSTER BROWN.' and of the several characters therein, and to the reproduction" 
"upon the stoge. or otherwise, of raid characters and of each of them. Is HEREBY" 
"AND EOB ALL PURPOSES KXPBERHLY ADMITTED." 

ill Persons, Firms and Corporations infringing npon any of onr rights 
will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. 
The only authorized production of "BDSTEB BBOWN" will be 
those given by the B08TER BBOWfl AIU8EIEHT COMPANY. 



Very truly ypura, 



IL P. OUTCAUITT, JOHN LKFFLKR. 



HARRY HASTINGS and CHARLES B. ARNOLD'S 

"Bachelor Club." 

Th. Ladles antlflsnUemeu engaged for this Company are requested to report for rehearsal AUGUST 
11. at 10 A. M., at (lOSSWKH.KR'S ASSEMBLY BALI., 330 First Avis., New York. Kindly acknowledge 

HARRY HASTINGS, -at Third Ave., New York City. 




All IHl LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ENGAGED FOR THE FOLLOWING ATTRACTION 
i 



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WILL KINDLY REPORT FOR HEHKAIISAI. AT TUB 

O E V* EC V THEATRE, W 

• ' Nea. IDS TO 130 EAST 14th ST. b 

REHEARSALS BEGIN MONDAY, AUG. 6, 10 A. M. P-' : - 

Kladly avkaswl.d|i' tall to LOUIS .1. OUKH WARTII, Dewey Theatre, \™ York 



Happy Jack Gardner. 

Hooked nolid Benson loOO'OT. ■ I'luying Keith, Proctor, Kohl A Castlo and Orphewn Circuits. At home 
alter Juui> lo, iwi7. Address per route iu thin paper. Permanent address, 

. ■. TOLEDO YACHT CI.UO, Toledo, Ohio. 



to ooiviE»rvKivi5 oomi»a:ivy, 

WILD <& RICH'S PLAYERS 

-VVA.KT AT ONCE, 

I1KAVY MAN, CHAUACTIvB MAN AND WOMAN, Al rtANIST— SPECIALTY (Comic or 
Novelty). Must piny two or three parts. Those who wrote before, wrlle again. 

i" WW. n, WILD, JlimlriKf. Pal. 



THE BURKE-McCANN CO. 



Man for Genteel Heavies, Man for Strong Line of Character**, Man for Itosponxlule Gen- 
t-ral ItiiHiuena (with special tlen), Mm, for Small Varta, who has up-to-dnto moving pic- 
ture machine niid Minn. A ma looking young woman for heavies and a few characters. 
Htale all In first letter.- It im earns Is Aug. 20, In Scranton.ra. Ability and good ward- 
robe essential. M. McCANN, Mgr., 101 n Clenivlciv St., Scranton. Pa. 



WOMEN MUSICIANS. 

Strong Co ntettlRt and Trombone wanted hr high olasaHuBtcal Act, coming season. State height, weight, 
age, and experience and If can double other Instrumcuta. Address IIIU1I CLASS, care of CLl ITKK. 



Wanted, First Class Club Juggler. 

one thai has had uxprrleuee la Comedy Juggling preferred, (Jive permanent addret-B and send photo 
If eourenleut. Address CUMRDV t'LVBI, care of N. i, uiai .'Kit. 



WANTED, FOB 

Keansburg 
Auditorium, 

Minstrels, Musical Comedies, 

Repertoire, Vaudeville. 

Six towns to draw from Honae doing hlg busi- 
ness. Good Minstrel Show for week Aug. 6. 

Addresa KINO A WILLIAMS. MgrB., 
Keanaboxg, New Jersey. 
Aldeann, Musical Harts, Geo. Hurrls, please write 



STETSDN'SU.T.C.CO. 

Wants Harris and St. Clair, 

MAN FOR MARKS, 

Tuba aod double Bass, Piano Player; also Colored 
People. Slate salary. Will advance ticket. Show 
open AO*.. 2ft. WM. KIBBLE, Mt. ClemeDB.Mich. 



Great Song Out, 

"IS THERE a CORNER IN 
HEAVEN FOR ME?" 

By America's Sweetest "Songwriter." 

Forpartlcuian-.etc., addrew '-AUTHOR,*' 
1308 S. Carlisle St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



PASSION PLAY. 

Fathe, Gaumont, Lubin. 

. SOME FINE SETS LOW. 

Edison Klneloscope and Caraeragrap fa . 

WASTED, ALSO, FILMS. 

Harbach & Co., 809 Filbert St„ Phlla.. Pa. 



AT LIBERTY, FOR REGULAR SEASON, 

GOODWIN m GOODWIN 

VERSATILE 8INGIN0 AND DANCING SKETCH 

ARTIS1S. 
N. B,-- No objection to playing hits. Rare 
enough work to change for week. Address, for 
two weeks, GOODWIN AND GOODWIN, 

Care of Gen. Del., Chattanooga. Teun. 



WANTED, 
MUSICIANS 

BOSS CANVAS MAN 



Address 



JOJiES ii ADAMS' SHOWS. 
KlueOeld, W. Va. 



WANTED, 

11 REP. PEOPLE, FIRST GLASS PMNO PLAYERS. 

RKHBAR8ALS AUG. 15. 

HARRIS* COMEDY COMPANY. 

HARRY BURTON, Director. 

0. H. Managers In Nebraska, Bourn Dakota and 

Iowa seud your open time, Can uae few good 

lulr dates. Address 

C. N. II ARMS, Mauager, AD-lev, Nebraska. 



"THE PLAYERS 
IN REPEBTOIRE" 

Desire Man aod Woman for General Business, 
Picture Hachiuo Operator with machtoe, some 
parts. Reliearsals Aug. 10. Address 
MM). M. DE PETIT, loul Douglas St., Ottawa, III. 
After Aug. 6, Tlakltwa, 111. 



——PARTNER WANTED a—— 

In a well known repertoire co. Must be a worker; 
one who can do advance preferred. I have scen- 
ery, printing, constnmes and plays. Company has 
goo a reputation In territory booked. Open last of 
Angnst. Must Invest I2i» tor one-half interest. 
Most he a hostler, not an angel. Address with full 
particulars as to age and experience. 
J. H.110NTER,Mgr.,Oen. Del., Rochester, N.Y. 



waim-ted quiok, 

ALTO, Double Ut Violin; ALTO, Doable 
2d Violin tr Piano. 

Write or wire, Browning, III., Aag. 2, Bath 3, 
Havana 4, Pektn e, Peoria 7. 

. W. K. MARKLE. 



MINNELU BROS.' 

Hie: Dramatic Co. 

WANT 

Thoroughly capable, experienced People In all 

lines. Those doing Specialties preferred. 

TROY, OHIO, went Aug. 0, 



WANTED, 

People with two good Ground acts. Join on wire. 

Al. F.WIteeler Shows, 



MCUANON, V. II. 



WANTED QUIOK, 

HEAVr MAN AND CHARACTER 
WOMAN. 

FRED II K I.I, A , 

Crystal Park, Joplin, Ho. 



WANTED, 



GOKMAND & FORD, 

LITTLETON, N. H. 



WANTED, A I COMEDIAN WITH 

Plentr of Sluir and Good in Aols, Mtm loin on 
wire.' MANAGER UEDICJNK CO., Chartolte, N. Y 



The Great Lafayette Show, 

MUSICIANS. 

BA89, BARITONE. ALTO, CORVETB. TROMBON iF.S, DOUBLE IN STRING ; also 

STACK (IHPKSTEB. Address or rail ' ™" 

THE GREAT LAFAYATTE, 

CAJIB BIDOB COPBT, 48tt 8TBIET Mu BBOADWAl, NEW TOM, 12 O'clock aeon 

FEATURE ACTS 

«« GRAND THEATRE, 

Jollet, 111. 

No salary too high If act Is worth It. Address I.EW M. nor.DBERG.llgr., 
or W. If. HBNDEBSON. Agent, Room 310, 34 S. Clark St., Chicago. 
p. s — Railroad fare, Sl.ori from Cnlcngo. - One show nightly, only tbree matinees dur- 
ing the week. Season opens Aug. 117. . 



FIRST OOME, riRST AOOCPTCD. 
WHO WANTS US FOR COMING SEASON? 

For BURI.E8QUE8MOW ONLY. 

Sprague and Mack, 

A RFAL IRISH ACT. 16 minutes In one. P. 8.— Both pl&r responsible comedy iisn-. Irlsli, Dutcti 
■-IHebrew. Last week, July 23, BIO HIT POLLY THEATRE, Chicago, III. 

AddreSB SPRAGDE AND HACK, OLV MPIC THEATRE, SprlngHeld, 111. 



THE ALOE AIMS 



•Joe 



COMEDY 



SAR ACT. 



FIRST HUM COMEDY ACT FOR Bl'RLE9l|DE OR THEATRES. Address 

aiO OHIO ST., CHICAGO, ILL. 



CRESCENT COMEDY CO. 



WANTS 
WOMAN FOR LEADS AND HEAVIES. HEAVY 
COMEDIAN THAT CAN SING AND DANCE. 

Other Useful People, write. Only tbe best wanted. State all firm letter. Mn-tloiiiatonre. AddrtM* 
B. A. BERGMAN, WEST BADEN, INDIANA. 



MAN, 



STEVENS' COMEDY GO. WANTS 

For Lalanc*' of Summer and regular season, Juvenile Leading Man; one who slum* ballads; Character 
and Heavy Man, Pianist, Specialty Team ror PartH, Second Business Woman with Specialty. Other 
Csetul People. Work yeir 'round. All must have wardrobe, learn and apeak lines, and keep sober 
and attend to your own imainena. Will advance ticket* anywhere on earth If von can 8H0Wmc. 
NO CASH. Just been done to the tune of $20. Canvas show. Pay your own hotel. Regnlar season 
open- Sept. 25. Adtire-*. relllnft all to 

HARRY A. ST£V£KS, Johnston City. 111., week July 30; West Frankfort, 111,, week Aug. 0. 



DOT KARROLL STOCK WANTS PEOPLE in all LINES 



STRONG ,IUV. LEADING MAN. 

CHAHACTKU HAN, to direct, 

COMEUIAN, with Al SpeelaltiMJ 

CHARACTER WOMAN' AND CHILD, with iurclaltlet: 

UNION PHOPERTV MAN, with Spei l.ltln, Illtil 

PEATUIIE ACT. Si-n.atlonal or Comedy. 

SCENIC ARTIST, to Play Parts. 

OTHER Responsible Rep. People write. 



State all first letter, Pay 
own. 

I. C. WELCH, 

Newburvport, Mftaa, 
ARHINTA and BUBKE, 
write. . . 



\XrAX*Tl3>X> QUICK, 

Fm bennett-moulton go. 

Character Man, Heavy Man (TfolVJct), 



Also Property Nan and Paris. 

Prepay telegrams— 1 WILT. DO THE SAMB. 
Otliers write In case of disappointments. A. P. RKICD, Manager, Newarlt, \'ew Yorfc. 



Reliesrsals Immediately. Join on wire. 



DOUGHERTY-CAMPBELL STOCK CO., 

The balance Bummer and next season, Al Character Mao, Gen. Ban. Man, Heavy Man, Specially Ar- 
ties and other useful Rep. People. It you have written, write again, ir you do dpeciaitias *tue ho 
In yonr loiter. P. 8.— We tarn them away in Summer ne*f.on. Watch ua In the rewilar season. 
* Address RAU CLAHIE, Wli. 



Cummins' Wild West Show 

Can Oie a First Class Adjuster. Legitimate Privileges for Beat 

"WANTED- A few Dig Drivers and Trainmen. Benny Cook and Schuyler, please wire yonr 
adilreaa per roll°»»°S route: July 31, Merlden, Conn.; Aug. l. New brltaln, Conn. ; Aug. 2, Hartford, 



Conn.; Aag. 0, Keeae, N. H . ; Aug. T, Clermont, N. H. 



EDWIN BARRIE STOCK CO. 

EDWIN BARBIE, Manager. OWNERS. OSCAR GRAHAM, Director. 

Presenting original SCENIC PRODUOTlONS-eacb one our exclusive propertv. Company been out 
three yearn without cloning. Ilooked solid for oae year more. WANTED. Al CHARACTEK 
COMEDIAN with strong specialties. High class Sketch Team. Slater Team and vaudeville feature, 
clever Keptsrtolre people, alt lines, write. Stale all flret letter. Long engagement. Sure salary. 
Boozing prohibited. Good rtresHlnpnccessarv. Must mike good or close at once. Address , , ■ 
EDWIN BARRIE, until Aug. 4, Chatiute, Kansas ; Aug. 6-11, lola, Kansas. 



WANTED, ROR 



FOR FALL AND WINTER SEASON, 

People la all lines of dramatic work; those doing specialties preferred. First Class Tlano 
l'layer. Long season, sure salary. I pay all. No time for correspondence . Yon must ■> 
llrer the goods. No boozers. Edgar. Nebr.. Aug. 8 to 14. W. R I.BWIB. 



RESTING DURING TIIK SIMMER. VI STAHT WORK AGAIN AUG. SO. 

Le MAIRE and Le MAIRE, 

———* "THE HEBREW CONDUCTOR." ^^>«<. 

P. ».-Worke<l 40 Week, bait Sea. on. And We'll Play D*t«s Agela Neat s.a.on. 



August "47 



THE NTETW^yORK CLIPPER." 



A FEW OF THE LEAOINC FEATURES WITH THE 

4 PAW & SELLS BROS.' UNITED SHOW 



Joe La Fleur, 

Th« Little FfiUw On the Hlg h Ladder. 

Novelty, Wltirlwlnd, Acrobatic Sensatloa. 



WOLKOWSKY'S 

BssilM Siigets ud Dincers. 



w-THE JEUNETS ™'e 

AC ROB ITS, 
Head and IlwnJ Balanc-n-i, 



BILLY JAMISON 

, CLOWN, 

WHO ALWAYS PLEASES. 



DONEGAL FAMILY 

AUSTRALIAN 

Graceful, Artistic, Acrobatic Skaters. 

RICHARDSON ROLLER SKATES USED. 



PEARL FOREPAUGH, 
FRED WELCOME 



BILL HARDDIG, 

TBE IDOSLIIS BUI. 



OSCAR LOWANDE, 

IVtrM'i Champion Somersault Rldei 

MGR. LOWANDE FAMILY TALLY HO ACT. 



WM. TESSIER, 

HEAD BALANCING. 
TRAPEZE AND WIRE. 



5 DUNEDIN TROUPE 5 

Wirl.'s Famous Artistic 'Cyclists. 



BARTO and RALDON 

Tie Greatest •( 111 Hovelty Eqnilibriats. 



GEORGE and PAULINE KID!) 

Eccentric Comedy Sketch and Drum Solos. 



DOLLAR TROUPE, 

ItTBOFE'8 8BEATEST ACROBATS. 



Mb-LAMSTER and MAY li ABD-Hand 

Comedy Creator. Mich School Equestrienne. 

IN VAUDEVILLE NEXT WINTER. 
Art LOCKS PINODS, with MORRIS. 



THE FLYING LA VANS 

THE WORLD'S MOST MARVELOUS 
AERIAL GYHNAST8. 



FRANK T. ST. JOHN, 



Jl'ST WITH IT. 



The CORNELLA FAMILY 

America's Fauns Acrobats. 



FRED ZOBEDIE, 

The Incomparable Hand Balancer, with Bit 
SLIDE POR LIFE. 



EDISON KINETOSGOPES. $75 

AND ALL THE LATEST AND MOST IM- 
PROVED MOTION PICTURE 



MACHINES. 



"AlEEICAR FH0JECT091APH." 




FAMOUS JAPANESE TROUPE 

MATS UM OTA'S. 

NOW BOOKING FOR THE WINTER. 



NETTIE CARROLL, 

gjngjjM or THE WIRE. 

FRED EGENER, 

THE MAN THAT SINGS. 



THE 3 CORELLIS, 

COIEDY FEATUBE8. 



THE 3 DE BOLIEN8 

French Acrobat, and Comedy Act, 

AT LIBERTY DEC. 1. 

TIMK OP ACT, H MINUTES. 



BARER, DEVOE anil IlilBIER, 

A TRIO OF 
ACROBATIC LAUGH LOOSENERS. 



RUNK 



"PATTERSON" 



THE WORLD'S LEADERS 



"ATLAS" 



NEW CATALOGUE JUST OUT. 
THE BELBER 'TRUNK AND BAG CO.. 1.-.1 ClnmBla Ave., Philadelphia, Pa 



CENTRAL TRUNKS. 

ttlm..|T.W; 2lti., 1I.EO: 86111., II 51 ; tela., I10.S« : .Bin., I12.B0. Clrml tmate,2Jil BUS, 
•J.ie, Bill tViiki, S(li23ll5, la.lda. 112.9Q.Lltl.. lTuaie, «2*x28ttxl2. Indie, 118.08. 
BIlfM oa receipt ef 13.09, kaL, C. 9. D., exa.pt OT«r >«• allies, then malt wnsl. IMat 
BltiOm * CO., CBRIRAL VldBK r AC*ORT, aft 1184, P.W.ee*. Ttk aid Arcfc Bta.,Palli. 



ATTENTION, VAUDEVILLE ACTS! 

YALE THEATRE, 



Now booking through 



KANSAS CITY, MO. 

MIL J. E. JACKSON. A gt. Middle West Circuit, Sioux City, la. 



FEATURE ACTS 

WANTED FOR THE HIPPODROME AT PITTSBURG EXPOSITION. 

Opens Aug. 20. Close* Oct. 2T. Nothing too hlg or too (rood. All Equestrians, write. 

T. 31. I1ARTON CO.. 1114-15-16 FaruiriV Bank Building, Pittsburg, Pa. 



IV MOTTO* PICTURE MACHINES, 

Sells Pol j ncope. Electric and Calc! u m iflO 

Clneognpti, 1906, Klectrto and Calelain 66 

Oineogrspti, ISM, Eimrio end Calchin. 67.50 

Optigraph, No. 8, and Stereoptlcon Oalclam.. a.JW 
Optigrapb, No. 3 (Special), stereo. Calcium. . 46 
Optlgrap'd, No. 3, Mechanism and Lens 0017.. 82.80 
Optigraph, No. 3 (Speolal), Mechanism and 

Lens only ($45) 3340 

Optlgraph, No. 3 (Special Lens), StereoplioOD 

Calclnm 63 

DlmotTing Stereoptlcon and OpUgrapa Cal- 
clnm 65 

Edison Exhibition Klnetoscope, Electric... 74 
Song StcrcopUcon, Electric 21.50 

FILMS 

SEND FOR 12 PAGE UST OF 
FILMS FROM 3c. to 8c. PER FOOT. 



FEATURE FILMS 

AT LOW PRICES. 

Model B Oxy-Lithe Outfit $29.50 

O XY-LITHE and OX ONE. 

Son Rival Oas outfit.. „ $10 

Bright White Light . 13.76 

Arnold CaeOuUU and Chemical 27 JO 

Electric Lamp and Rheostat. o 

Acetylene Gas Outfit ...... 9.60 

Canadian Oxy-Llthc Outfit. 10 

Electric Lamp— $4.60— Oxy-IIjd. ana Jet.... 4.60 
New Song Sets, $6; S. II. song Sets 3.60 

BTBREOPTICON8 »n.l ACCESSORIES. 

OAS OtTFIT.I, MONO OUTFITS, Ac. 

CATALOGUE OS APPLICATION. 

MOTION PICTURE MACHINES 
AND FILMS WANTED. 

lUIffliA'SStf' 



BRONX LOTS. (24th WARD). NEW YORK CITY. 



Westchester Avenue, extended, running right through the property. For further parttcolars apply 
U> OlTORGE RIO. Willi Rio Bros., 31 Wesw2d Street, N. Y. City. 
Representing HUDSON P. ROSE COMPANY. 



GEORGE W. JENKINS 



PARIS, FRANCE. 



I-ENOH. 



SEASON lftOS-7. 



DOTOU • 



•' 



'MY MOTHERS SONGS? 

THE CURAT HOME SONG BY HOWARD D. SAXJNS. 
It t.uchM a c.rd In ev.ry heart. Writ, far Pre. Prof. C.pjr. 

SCHUBERT MUSIC PUB. CO., Audlt.rlnm Bldcr., Chicago, 111. 



SONG- POEMS 



POPULAR MUSIC PUB, 



AND MUSIO 

PUBLISHED ON ROYALTY. 

Wo write Music to your words, introduce and 
^a* popnlartie. Seid la MSB. 

CO., Suite 014, No, 59 Dearborn St., CTiicaga. 



GUVERNATQR'S MAMMOTH THEATRE, 

H. J. LAHIU1. Proprlatar. ------ 

WANTED— AU kinds ef Fea'.ute Acts, 



ATUNTIC CITY. NEW JER8EY. 



SID FERN, Manager. 
No act tee large tor this house. Addre ss al l to 

SID FERN, Haciger. 



if 



COLUMBUS, 
OHIO, 



win open for season of eighteen weeks en Sunday, May 13. with HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLK. Tola 
is tlte inest theatre In any park In America, and will play the very beet In vaudeville. 



STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO EUROPE JZk* 

Aynly for lowest rate* and full n.rtlralar* to RAYMOND 4t WHIT! OMi CO., 
■0 Unloa Square West, New York. Hen* <4c«nt stamp tmr Tr*v«l* rB ( «nde»jtr410*l«t. 



Stage Properties 

Money conauntly in stock. ^ 



ELECTRICALEPFECTS AN r> ACCESSORIES, 

SCENERY, Mtfc. Uy J. H. LEAV1TT A CO. 
IS A GUARANTEE of Excellence, Durability, and 
Artistic Workmanship. Ainerlusn and foreign Huge 
J. H. UUVITT, 312 W. 43d fit., New York. 



The hlaallhsU gettsto l 



. ;>K.ltUiM_,5.Y. 



The World's Greatest Instructor of i.Il Srylen 
of Step and Fancy Dancing, Acrobatic Feats 
n ml Musical Acts. Write or cdl for catalogue, 
giving prices. Cutthfs out for future reference. 

FOR SALE CHEAP, 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

An Automatic Orchestra. Ph.no, Drums, 
Chimes, Symhals, Ret of Doarao'a Organ 
Chimes. 28 Chimes, brand nr-v, cost 
$210.00, will take $150.00: One 8et of 40 
Chimes, with two Taylor made trunks, used 
only two weeks, cost $470.00, will take 
$325.00 ; Deegsn's Steel Marlrahaptooe, 
37 bars, S octaves, and One Xylophone, 40 
bars, and trunk for these tw> instruments : 
One Set of Deagan's Arch Bells. F to G; 20 
Bells. Please write for price list. Royal 
Photo-Opticon, with trunk, 70 to 60 Views 
and Canvas. Worth $300. will take I12d. 
Write or call for list Over 30 of the finest 
8. S. Stewart and J. B. Schall Banjos, and 
other makes, with leather cases for same, 
will sell at great sacrifice. Also Sleigh Belts, 
Staff Bells, Wooden Xylophones, Organ ripe* 
and Wire Dulcimer. 

142 W. MADISON ST., CHICAGO. 



Humpty Damply 

For Sale Cheap. 

the boos, Mcsie. and all rights Of 

CORNELL'S IlUMPTr DUHPTT CO. 



L. T. BBMBET, 



Port Huron, Mi.'h 



"Tell It To Me" 

EZRA KENDALLS 3d BOOK. 
ALL SEW . JUST OUT. 

For aale ob all train* arjrt newM ataodii, or by 
mail, asc. Alldrcu EZRA KESDALL, 

a Cadwcll Ave. M.yflcld Helfbta, Clevftl.nd. O. 



AT LIBERTY, 

CHAS. KENDALL, 

CHARACTERS AND HEAVIES. 
AdilrtM riTIIUN, ILL. 



Wanted for London, 

SOIIKTHINO GRF.AT IN AN OPEN AIR ATTRAC- 
TION. Essential that It must ben novelty. Large 
space available. Address '•AMOHKMKNTB," earn 
of Spiers A Pond Ltd., Advertising Agents, & 
New Bridge Street, London, R. <.'.. fcn^land. 



AT LIBEETY POR HEGULiR SEASON. 

BLANCHE BOWERS, 

At CHARACTERS. ' 

Ore plcco preferred. Reliable manafreraof drat 
class attraction. ONLY, statu ilmlr. Addnitis 
IILANCIIE DOWERS, Grand l.cdio. Hlcb. 



A Song ao. Dance Act Taught t) Mail. 

Illustrated book containing 8 steps, with particu- 
lars, 2& cents per copy. Itejrere nces from leading 



couipdiana. 



D. A. MOVNAHAN, 
P. aVox 211, Cedarburst, L. 1. 



CANES AND WHIPS. 

loaneaae aseertaent of Caoej". Knives, FlHh 
Goetfi, JeweUy, Jap Parasols, Umbrella*. Fancy 
WMpfl. etc. CLEVELAND OAaTE CO.. 
Awsgueftee. Ciereiaad, Olua, 



WANTED, 

VaudeyiUe Acta of Morit and Carlo HsU Novelties for the reopening of 
the season of Philadelphia,'! Largest and Most Popular Amusement Resort, 

3™ ID ARCH MUSEUM 

SATURDAY, AUG. 26. | 



CURIO HALL, 

NOVEL ANP BRNSATIONAI. ACTS OP" 
EVERY DESCRIPTION THAT CAN IIB 
FEATURED. GOOD WORKING PLATFORM 
N0VBI.TIK8. OPEN POR BVBUrTniNO 
NEW AND ENTERTAINING. 



THEATRE, 

CATERING TO STANDARD ATJDtBNOBS 
ON1.Y, ACTS AND ARTISTS OK PROVBD 
ABILITY. NEW ACTS OR MERIT 
ALWAYS IX DEMAND. ... 



SPECIAL.. 
FOR CURIO HALL. BIG OPEHIMB FEATURE TH AT WILL STAND BI6 I0DMIH. 

GIt* permaiaftent auldrasa, or route three weeks atbeaHlI Addresa quick, 

T. F. HOPKINS, Manager 9th anil Arch Iwiswm, Philadelphia. Pa. 



STANLEY STOCK CO. 

WANTS FOR BALANCE OF SUMMER ANO NEXT SEASON, 

FULL ACTIN6 COMPiNY, EXCEPT LEADS. 

Oeotl Heavy Man, Good Looklnst .Vuvenlle Woman, Capable of Playing lli»vl#i( 

Mltlear 



ainglng and llanclng Coaaaillatn, far Blrona; Line of I'arta; Hpeelall 
Strong] Juvenile Man, mast be 4. sad Mnger for Illuatratwl Hongs. I fni __ 

'— HpeeTaltlea Preferred. 



FILMS. FILMS. FILMS. 

PARK BANAOKRS that Willi frit eleas Ust1.( Ptotore Semes, with Kaehlne and Oierator (or with ■ 
oat), HarlBf riotoreaad StereoptlcoD Bapptle.of all kind., write for particular, atari Hat of Pllai 
Reals). r. 1. BOrTARU, ist Wajnln Jton St., epp. Adams House, Bo.tos, Kail. 

XSTAILISRED IN IIM. 



u.vicKBR'i thbatbb, oaioa... m. aNIaakeaa— Ceatrsl. MM. aaaa lot C t.laia.. 



TOM 

LOTTA 

CLIFFORD 

Now on Hie PJlmmfr Turk Circuit. This weak, Steeple Onase, lltldtrc.nort, Ciinn.; next week, Kiren 
Hock, New Uavon, conn. Home address, US Ual.orn Ht., Danhnry, Conn, 



The 3 Highlands 



SHOES 



FOR STACK. STREET AND KTKNINO. EXCLUSIVE 8TTLES ABO 
WORKMANSHIP GDARANTEKD. Short Vamp ... IU(. LaMtS 

alwaja on hand. Hall order, filed. Pit guaranteed. 

WILLIAM BHHNBTEIN, 

Tel. M Madison 8ooare. W, aiitt Are., .ear slat 8V, B. T. 

ALL COLORED SUPPERS MADE TO ORDER IN It HOURS, 



Si 




YANKAUER i CO., 

JIAVlIKACTI'IlKItS, 

156 WEST B'VAT, I. T. 



BBEUBD 

rOPOOBH 

AT 

WHOLESALE. 



LADIES' TAILOR AND FURRIER. 

FIT GUARANTEED. PRICES MODERATE. FURS REPAIRED AND STORED. 

>'. MILLKIl, Near to.k'. Place, H41 E. 1411, St., Now York. 



PLAYS 



For Stock Companies, (ar Repertoire Coapaalit, (or Amateurs. 

LAROBST ASSORTMENT IN THE WORLD. Book, for bona I 



meat, Nefro Plar., Paper, Sceaerr, Mrs. Jarley'. Wax Works. Cata- 
lofue Prsel Preel Free! 

SAJtlKL FHKNCH, IT W. M Jd St., flaw V.rk. 



Let qb furnish A BAND, 0RGHK9TRA or PIANIHT for your oompany. flood poslUons for good 
maalclans. okamptoN'S MUSICIANS BTJHKAU, tB Dearborn fltV Chicago, III. 



Katz, Theatrical Costumer. 

BURLESQUE WORK A 8PECIALTY. 

Also EMSROIDERKD DRESSES for Specialty Acts. 

71fl LEXINGTON A YK., near fiBtn Htreot, New York. Tel. 3OT8 PiiBa. 



wins 



WILLIAM HEPS KU WIG CO. 

LKADINO WIO BIAKKIli, 

Urfeat .took I. America. Wl|. made to order. Pill Ilea of palaB 
powder, aid cold cream. Send for catalogue "0," to either place. 

IS. WEST eats SL, N. Y.; GtUotf o Opera Hooae Block, Ohloajo. 




6011.0 

TO 
BDBOPE 



To apply for lowest rates at 

PIULMUSIO'S EIOH150E 01TI0B, 

1M fast nth St., New Tork, Qerrnan SariDgaBuk 
DilldlDg. Telephone, 2on Oramorcy. Cable a4- 
dress. Blanealg. All printed matter and inf. free. 



WIGS 



TOTJPEES, GREASE PAIITIS, ETC. 

hit tt. l«t„t a.d Mnt Popular Styles I. Ladles Htlr Draulga. 

A. M. BUCH & CO., 

119 H. pTlBtk ertreet, - - . . '. PUladalpaia 



HAVE YOUR MUSIC PUBUSHED BY US. 

Send oa a good poem, a good melod/ or • cemplctework, We have no favorite wrltera. Alt get 
eiual treaiment ttrtfl consideration. All !ettcrn aoswered promptly, 

PIONHBR ftUSIO PUBMMIIINO COMPANY. 701 ManhsiltaM BldR., CHIC AGO, 



LEATHEROID TRUNKS. 

LIOI1TBB THAN STBEli. SO TIMBS »TKOVOI;u THAN WOOD. 
Sent lor New Theatrical Catalogue, LBATHEROID MFC. CO., ca U'war, X. T., near Spring St. 



PROFESSIONAL MEN, BEWARE 

UONT UK IIAUHOOZLKO. 

it a I. makes the best professional trunk on earto, and bai toe 
goods to pro. e it. oome and bo convinced. 



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U» W^Mta a. iXClij. 



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TITT] ^STl^W -YORK CLIPPER. 



August 4. 



South Bend 



THE HURRY-UP 
PRINTERS 




SHOW PRINTERS, 

ENGRAVERS. BIO TYPE STANDS. 
MUSLIN BANNERS, HERALDS, 
DATES, all tins. 4 
New b.lldln., groom! floor, ev*rrthla„ 
new. siofh t^rulj, In preparation tor 
popular play-. Prompt, d,-llvr,y a 
•p. rial Omul,. -TRY ! S. 



UNION LABEL ON ALL WORK. 

T. H. MoXOHE Mer., 

Late-Foreman National Pig. ft Eng. Co. 
COR. CENTER and COURT STS. 

SOUTH BEND, IND. 




Arid CIRCUS BAND 



iLNTED, 

n ,.-. FOB THE .. . ' , . 

GREAT WESTERN TRAIN HOLD-UP 

AT KEKNYWOOD PARK, I'll T1UIHGII. 

Show owned noil operated liy Pittsburgh Hallways Co. Salaries mire. Can use any Wild West feature 
Wilts A. S. HarSWlGAat, Mgr. of Amusement!, or SCOUT YOUNGER, Director of Arena. 



MANUSCRIPT OF SONG POEMS, 
ORIGINAL MELODIES, 

Or COMPLETE WORKS, 

Sow la the iim» to have tliera pub I lulled. All letters answered promptly, 

PIONEER MUSIC PUBLISHING CO.. 

Boom 70J, Manhattan Blilg., CHICAGO, II. I.. 



THE 



TIIK UHK.vr ENGLISH VAC De.YU.LK PAPER, 



and tHBATHB review, 

14 Leicester St., Leicester Square, London, W. C. 



8.. Set. PER YEAH 

U.. lid,, Single Column Inch 

NEW YORK CORRESPONDENT AND KKP., IDA CAHI.E, OFFICE, MS ST. JAHES BLDO., wliere 



FOREIGN SUBSCllllH'IOIVS 
PnOr'KSMIO.VAI. ADYKltTISfcJlENTS, 



advertisements will be received. Copies on Die. 



SONG 



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- - 11.00 ncr 10O 



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99 blxe with Covet-* In * and 3 Colon. 



We' may charge nmiv than others, bat 

w« llnvve the be.! books on Ins mnrl.rf, «» 

no other uubll*h*>r has our tills. Nt»T 

BKCA1HK VOl H 1IA1H ll* CI III, V. 

WAIT ON TIIK CORNER FOR BIK, SONG MY 4WKF.THK.UtT BANG, ST. LOUIS 

THIiliK, KTC. 

VICTOR KREMER CO., SffigSjrjgfc 



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SOUBRFTTE for Part lllto M'LIhh, WOMAN FOR HRAVY to Double Small Character Part In First Act, 
MAN FOR MKXIOAN 11KAVV. C0MKD1AN FOR UHOKKN DOWN ACTOR, Kccentrlc and Very 
strong: TWU CHARAUTF.H HKN. Also WANT OOUD AOENT capable of Handling Business End. 
siato all, lowest salary, «i/e., llrsi teller. Karen advanced to those w<j kuow. Itarrv Sargent, Fannie 
Woods, wire lowest. II. WEBB CIIAMHEULAIN, P.O. BOX 148, IVrtli, Ont., Canada. 



AT l_ I B E R T Y, 

First Tline In Twelve Years, 

HARRY K. ALLKX. CAROLINE DK VERE, 

Leading UUHluess. Chararten anil llt>nvlv«. 

One niece or llrst rlnsa ivnerlo.re. Up In 300 bills. flunnuitee iierf-'.-t satisfaction. Refer 
to Hie following as i« abllltv. sohrliMy, etc.: Heimetl-Moulton (V, two Hen-tons; Dnnlel R. 
Itran Co., two MttMHH : Frankl** I ariHiiilnr At. II. Wood*. <*hun. K. Illnuey. Will A. Peters 
Slock, Mabel hWV and others, fun Join on wire. Address IIAURY K. AI.LKN. Maliel 
r«Rc Co.; Pbuxilx rait, Jacksonville, Fin., until Aug. 10; after Hint, care of N. V. CLTPPBlt. 



WANTED, FOR THE GIRL FROM KAN8AS CO., 

PerforuidrH who double brass, Loader for It. mid <>., K-Fim Cornet preferred ; B-Flat Cornet fur B. and 
O., I'laiilm wlio doubles brati, Drummer for B. and <J . mum lmve trap*; Black Fate Comedian wltli 
Hpeclsllle". MM double brass: S. and D. Snuhrette. Character Woman with m'ei'lallles, Tall Leading 
Woiiihu whoBlugs. Toll It all tlrst letter. Make salary low aw ll la sine. Management pays all from 
tltue Hhow opcitH. Don't mlariti-rt-seui au.vt.ifng. Show booked Sept. ami Oct. Manngcru In Ind., 
Ohio, Kv., \V. Vh., Mich., Win., Mo. and 111., ai-nd open lime Tor Nov., Dec, Jan., Feb., Maul) and April. 
Address answera to Hiia ad. lo II. II. l'ALMKK A CO., care of HIIHoger's (lardeti, 

Cor. Heltnoul and Sliellhdd Avon., Chicago, III. 
Permanent address, CHICAGO SHOW print, Chicago, III. p. s.-siieuce a polite negative. 



FILMS FOR RENT 

THE INTER-OCEAN FILM EXCHANGE, 

OLD INTER-OCEAN BLDO „ D.arborn anil Ma.ll.on Sli, Chicago. 
MUSICIANS WANTED, FOR 

SELLS-FLOTO SHOWS 

Vlolluloload concert, who con double Harllone or Clarionet; also good K Hat Clarionet and Bugs. 
Wire an nor route. FKF.D JKWKLU HnnduuHter Scliai'ioto siiowa. 

Uorvdnn, Ia., Auk. 1; MempliH, Mo., 2; Ijitir utter :t, I'idonvllle 4. 



AT L-IBEWTY AFTER A\JQ. IB, 

EDWARD J. EARLE, 

CIIAUACTKR ACTOR \M> (OMKDIAN. * 

PIht aud dress any part cast for. f> veara In bus. Jump anvwhere. Onlv eon. with a reputation. 

Per. add, IMO CI.KKMONT AVK., Puoble, Colo. 

Actors' Society of America. 

Member* arc requested to not I fr Ihc Secretary when tlicy have made arraitgenieiiLs. 

N. h.~mana(JFks will Hint il to their advantage to consult the Sw-letv when eiiRSirlng people, 
HALl'li DELMUItE, Pres. MARK ELLSWOHTH, Secretary. 



HO^AV DOES YOUR 

GAUDY PRIVILEGE PAT? 

THE FAMODS 

CRACKER JACK 

Packed to it cannot become nnsalsbie, and 
our & and loc. package candle) will greatly 
Increane lu value. Inform as wh«t 
yon hold » conceulon Hd wo «U1 
■end tumplea and prices. 

BUECKHBIB J3H0S. ft BOUTED, 

SU SO. PEORIA ST., OHICAQO, 



FILMS- 
SONG SLIDES 

FOR SALK ANFt HFNT. 
Let me send you my catalogue, up to date sab 
Jects always on hand. Stereoptlcons and Moving 
Picture supplies of every description. Prices to 
meet the demand*. 

THE NEWEST OF EVERYTHING. 
L. HBTZ. 302 Kasc 236 Street, N. Y. City. 



B. F. KEITH'S 



Bijou Tbenlre...: Altoono p. 

Shea's Theatre Boffito v v 

8hM> The. tre Toronto r,V 

Cook Open House Rotrhester ' \- v 1 

Jcmnle Theatre fvSSol,'' Mi.h" 



Z. Poll's Theatre w 



Detroit, Slier,.' 



FUTURES. 

Curare Hn«b. or wife Photos for Pmmiiu, P«lra, 
ParkH, etc., J2.00 per 1,000; »1^5 per 600, pojtp.la. 
Samples, me. '" - 

CABINET PHOTOS, lor felling or ad?. Pur- 
poses, $20.00 per 1,000; $2.60 per 100, copied from 
yonrptioto. Samples, 10c. 

CAftBOSA BTDPIO. 3312 B. Brosd St., Plllla., Pa. 



IN ORDER TO INTRODUCE 

LIQUIDERMA | JS&S&. 



POWOERMA 



The Perfect 
Pare Powder 



We will send, postage prepaid, a 60e, 
■ -id - " 
-riulf 
Oerin* Co. 



QC^ Box of Powderma and a 60c. Bottle 
tCOti of Liouldenna. Address 

" , Upc), sE.nmfiu, N. y. 



gowns r ^sr 

SLIGHTLY TJSKD. Also STREET GOWNS. We 
have on band a large assortment of slightly worn 
Evening Gowns.Dluner, Recepllonand Tea Gowns. 
These robes are perfect In every respect, and are 
especially suitable for wear In HIGH CLASS DRA- 
MATIC PRODUCTIONS. We have a fuB line of 
Seal Skin Costs and Furs or all kinds. 

MRS. H. STARR. 367 South State St., CHICAGO 



Do you WANT MILITARY GOODS? 

BAND UNIFORMS, ARMT or NATT SUTTSp 
TBNT8, OTTNS and E0_UIPmE\T OP EVERT 
description. From Government Auction. 
No matter what you want In that line I can 
•apply it. New or second hand. Send for 
Catalogue* B. B. ABRAHAMS. 

S3 South St., Philadelphia, Fa. 



THEATRES AND VAUDEVILLE BOOKINB CIRCUIT. 

Keith's Theatre Boston. Mass, 

Keith's BIJou Theatre Boston. Moss, 

Keith's Theatre Providence, Bi I. 

Keith's Theatre Pawtncket. R. I. 

Keiths New Tbentre Philadelphia. Pa. 

Keith's Prospect Theatre Cleveland, O. 

Keith's Theatre Colombus. O. 

Keith's New Theatre Portland. Me. 

Keith's New Theatre Manchester, N. H. 

Keith's New Theatre Lowell, Mass. 

Keith's Royal Princess Theatre. London, Hog. 
Kcltii A Proctor's Union Sq. Theatre. N. Y. City 
Keith & Proctor's i*3u St. Theatre.. N. Y. City 
Keith & Proctor's 6th Ave. Theatre. N. Y. City 
Keith & Proctor's 58tb St. Theatre.. N, Y. City 
Keith* Proctor's 125th St.Theatre.N. Y. City 
Keith A Proctor's Theatre. .Jersey City. N. J. 

F. P. Proctor's Theatre Newark, N. J. 

F. P. Procters "*heatre -Troy, N. Y. 

F. F. Proctor's Theatre Albany. N. Y.' 

Harry Davis Grand Opera House.Pittsburg, Pa 

Chase's Theatre Washington, D. C. 

Kernnn's Maryland Theatre.. .Baltimore, Md. 

Grand Theatre Syracuse, N. Y. 

Also Booking for 20 Parka and Seaahoire Hesorti. 
Performera will benefit theauelvea by keepln.T tbla offle* lolortaea rl 
their route and open time, 

B. F. KEITH'S BOOKING- OFFICES, St. Jamas Building, 

Q. l-C. HODODON, Booking lV1cnnaR K( s>r. 
833 to MS St. James Building, NEW YORK CITY. 



a. f t . rous loeaire Worcester M»o. 

S. ft, Polls Theatre SprlDrfeid v. « 

S. Z. .Poll's Theatre .Hartford Conn" 

S. •/,. Poll's Theatre New Haven S 

S. Z. Poll's Theatre Brldwport Vnnl' 

«• * Poll> Theatre WabTrb^ry.' oSS 

S. ft. Poll's Theatre Wllkes-Barre pi" 

S. Z. Poll's Theatre .ScrantoD P^' 

Colonial Theatre Lawrence? %£. 

Kmp re Theatre Peterson, H i 

Empire Theatre Hoboken N J 

Valentine Theatre .Toledo S 



Trent Theatre.... 

Bennett's Theatre 

Bennett's Theatre 

Bennett's. Theatre; 

Reuoett'a Theatre 

Henderson's Music Hall. 
Celeron Theatre......... 



Trenton, N. J. 
. - ..London, Ont. 
... .Hamilton, Ont 
....Ottawa, Ont. 
■ . . Montreal. Que. 
.....Coney Island 
Jamestown, N. Y. 



WANTED, FOR 

HI HENRY'S MINSTRELS 

One Strong Funny Act, Cornet Player, Clarionet Player, Viola and 'Cello P'ayer; also Second 
Clat lonet to double' props. Performers of all kinds, write, to fill sudden vacancies. 

II til A M HENRY, Klhhart, Indiana. 



Everyone Is Singiug our Great March Soug, 

ROSABELLE 

FREE— Profemlonal Copies to Performers Enclo-lng Programs. 
•Tom, Tell Mother That You Love Me," "The Spice of Fruit,'" "The Violet's Dream," "Thelma of tbe 
Dell," "A Cheyenne Girl," "Down Where the Apple Blossoms Orow," "Kate Has Kissed the Blarner " 
"In the Moonlight, Grade Dear." "A Soldier Soy," "Sweet Memories,'* "I Like to Look into Your Eyes 
of Blue," "Vou'll Be Mine Forever," "Only a Cambric Flower," "Annette," "One Night As I Was 
Dreaming," "Ellv O'Conner," "The Boys of Yesterday, " "The Hardworking Man," "All Aloule," 
"Dinah's Twins," "San Francisco, Ruined San Francisco," "Were Is Mamma*" "My snow Clad Leid- 
viile Home," * The New Moon." 

MELVILLE MUSIC PUB. CO., 

33 West 38th Street, New York, 



JOllSj SCHOMAKKH, 

.Manager Prof, Department 



WINDOW CARDS 

Prlnttd on 4- Ply White or Aisort,d Card 
Board, from Special Engraved Block. Size 
11x14 Inches. $6.60 pir 1,000. 

ROYAL PRINTING CO., 

inlea. €15 Pearborn St., Chleaga. 



MOVING PICTURE 



HEHMEOAK fc CO- Cincinnati, 



SCENERY 

"SILKO," the Perfect Trunk Kind. Largest Studios 
10 the World. DANIFLSSCKSIC STUDIO, Chicago. 



WARMTH BAIN6S TRADE.— SA6Y GRAND 

Pianos, a Crank Pianos, is FoEdlug organs, 600 
Folding Cliuirn, soo canvas Seat Settees, Me- 
chanical Fog Horns Megaphones; 22x00, £>x50, 
19X50. and other black Teutu; Kldd Light*, Ouso 
leue Tnrrhes, Klecirlc I'lano, ballyhoo Uinbrella. 
BftNll FOR FRKK BAKUAIN UOUKLET. 

R. II. ARM HKUSTKR, Sprlugileld, Illinois. 



MUTOSCOPES 

FOR SALE. 

I have twenty Wood Cabinet Mutoscopea. ]uat the 
thing for Carnival Men, for sale at J25 each. Guar- 
anteed In firBt class condition. Get your pictures 
and changes direct from the Mutoscope Company. 
tjQicit action is necessary If you want the bunch. 
Address "ML'Toscopks," 

Ha-whlwe Bldg., E, 14 th St., New York. 



SHOW PAINTINGS, 

MIDWAY FRONTS. 

K.J. jjATPgU C<l..ld8Uro3<lnny. Brw>Hrii..N.V. 



We carry unwell liiicolsll.VKRWARK.JKVi'KLUV, 
WATCIIKS. lllld NOVKI.T1KS lit price. Ill.l am 
nplu. HmiIi|imrlcraforT)ieatiiealJewelrT. Write 
for llluHtntleil catalogue, s-cnt free. Tlieolif reliable 
11.(1. UIIKIU CO., M IViiIiimIi Avo.. Clllcago, 111. 



m M M1MREL TITLE, 

WITH 30 KINDS OF SPECIAL PAPER. 

Will lease on reaaansbln terms. First Part 
Hcuocry, Prop. Trunk, Hill Trunk, somo Cos- 
tumes for Rale cheap. Address 

QUS SUN, Springfield, Ohio. 



40x110, with Stage, Seals, scenery, Poles, stakes, 
LlglitH, everything cmuplete. Aluo 10 Band Uui- 
fnrma For Sale. Address 
QUS SUS. Hprlngnrld. O. 



ORTUXES allOE 

IN 

80HG MB 



Bend ub your tuauuHcrlpt. We 
arrange sod publl.li. 

ftoneer losieM. Co. (ret.) 

iMMapri.ttan Bldg.. QhlrairQ.lll. 



8RAV PBIRf IM-t-'HcP™ i» < he ••"rid, 

onun minima Hrel C |, M wor , pmmt i 

CALL SHOW PRESS, ComWBimnUlliUoD, N. Y, 



NEJX T BK I1VTHOEHJCJE5 YOUR H"I«I15J«r>. 

The name speaks for Itself. Best Comedy Song on the market, 

" ■aw v -aaF^ -aar-^ tar tan M 



The catchiest, daintiest and prettiesr Waltz Song. The so&g the audiences join in the chorus. 

"I WANT TO BE AN UNCLE SAMMY BOY." 

, . Don't fait to write for this one. March Song that baa caught the public by storm. 

Cfi SS»XES3a^X31fffCaV." 

A corking good Waltz Song. The catchiest Walts Song of the year. 
Call or write. Send Programmes* No cards, 

MORRIS HARRIS IV.ue.io Rub. Co., 

DAVL GREENWALD, Mgr. B7 W. !|Hth ST., KBW TURK. 



onum 



Daiian' 

HOW IT 142. 144 W. 44* ST.CHear BraadwarLliEW TORK. 
THEATRICAL COSTUMES AND SUPPLIES, 

EVERY REHUI81TS FOR THE STAGE. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. 




LATEST HITS OF JAS. FAX, 

CANADA'S WEIX-KNOWN COMEDIAN. 

K!'.' 8 i!rf„ a £ ,l .^ , '" l! S KVKRYBOOY. Ttro IRISH lonm. "WHlllt.IMi DAS" aod "IIOW 
DO THEY KNOW, I DUKNO." "UY.« :ABIVKB,» a talcliy SOUbiette Hit. A Fail, Hn- 



morouaScotcliSoug. "UTTUKTWIbKlHr," Beautiful Bullad. with Violin Olillg'ato. For Me 
PRICE 26C. PER COPY. HS * MV *' C 3M DEARBOK "' " T -. CHICAGO, ILL. 



Pacific Coast Aaa.usem.ent Co.. 

SULLIVAN and CONSLDINE, 

Owning and operating 80 First Class Vaudeville Theatre! Eaat, Nortaweat and Wear. 

~ ----- at all Umes, FIRST OLASS ACTS OF ALL KINDS 

that can deliver the gooda. 
lieatre, 12tth St., New York Cltr; 0HA8. WRAY, 
0. BROWN, CT S. Olart St., Chicago; AHCBIE LEVY, 



UI^S m^^^SfmB, Theatre, J8f if* 
20aAmerlcan Bann Build. Seattle, Waah.; CHRIS." ' 
111 Eddj St., San Pranclsca,'Cal. 



WANTED AT ALL TIMES, 

VAUDEVILLE ACTS 



'ASS. 



BURLESQUE WOMEN. 

C1IA8. II. ■WALDllOU, Palace Theatre, bu.ton, Htm. 



JTIEIIIIONI MIDWAY Ut OTHER SHOWS. 

THE GREAT FAIR! 

IIODESSBURO, ST. LAWRENCE COCNTY, NEW YORK, SEPT. »3, »0, M» and UK. 

TiUZZrt. alS^i ESS ', n Xo !:. tl "- r » New York. Ileluc on the lianka of Hie lllfer St. 
i.,! 'n« i" 1^8£tJ5?£3*'h S5H I'fl'll'p™ to Rent nt low raten or on |ier- 
cenlnge. HANIHL.1. Illli)«,\. Supt. ot ITIvllegea ; WILLIAM II. DANIELS, Pn'sldrut. 



FOR THE MYRTLE VINTON COMPANY 

■rmmj w,!2i !i IS'I''.""" '["„ l; ™'*' «"1 »>M>lllis. Man for (leneral llualnoaa, L'aefal Al' 
,£i,;,;V inS - ... 3 ', ' . .* "ncnlally, uienllan haniD. seo-on opcnn Aug. 0. Mual lie iober. hate 
w.rdml.e, and lie ready to join on wire. Coiniiunv pata all after onenliig 
_______ II. P. Ill toiuu, Munai 



MKIt, Munager, Seymour, Iowa. 



BASS DRUMMERS, AHOY! 

BAI, uiakeaa FiUreCaaelora llaan Urom that weighs a little mote 
than ,our Oram, and It will uutweur jour heavy trunk. 



Don't be chutup enough to paas It by. 



WILLIAII BAI. I'uc.l. 

110 H . «ih St., N. Y. City. 



August 4. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



615 








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WMuwsr. mi a. m. 








SAM DEVERE, Sole Proprietor and Manager 




ALL MEMBERS FOR THE ABOVE COMPANY REPORT FOR REHEARSALS 
MONDAY, AUG. 13, at 10 A. M. Sharp, 

SAEH6EBBUND HALL, Cor. Smith and Schermerhorn St*., Brooklyn, I. T. 

PLEA8E ACKNOWLEDGE CALL TO SAM DEVERE, 

Tltone 813 Flatbuab. Ocean Parkway, cor. Ave. 1, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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"MABEL PAIGE 00." 

and "THE PAIGE COMEDY GO. 

THE BEST PEOPLE IN ALL LINES 

Leading Business, Heavies, Comedians, Soubrettes, Characters, General 

Business, Piano Players, Property len for both companies. 
NOTE.--0NLY THE BEST, WITH THE SWELLEST OF WARDROBE, WANTED. 

Mention everything, including Salary. Add rein 

HENRY F. W1LLARD, MABEL PAIGE CO., Jacksonville, Flit. 



WAWTED CfeTTXOK., 

Wailack's Theatre Co. No. 2 

St rl fitly Al Leading Man, Leading Woman, Heavy Man, Heavy Woman, COMEDIAN with good spe- 
cialties, Character Man, Oen. Bob. Man and Woman. Thouc doing specialties preferred. Piano 
Player, Agent. You must make good. State lowest salary, for halance of Summer and regular rea- 
son; pay own. Those who liavo written before, write again. Add. DUBINBKV BROS.. Lincoln, Seb. 



WANTED, FOR THE 

"BURTON STOCK CO." 

Toonle In all lines. Actors to double baud, Musicians to double stage, Comet, Trombone, Bftrl- 
t -ne. Tuba, and Piano Player to double band. Leading Lady, Character Man. Heavy Man, Specialty 
A tuts, write. LIVE AGENT WRITE. Add. S. E. LESrER, Mgr„ Salem, III. 



MANAGERS. PERFORMERS , ATT ENTION. 

TRIO, 

GEORGE, MADGE, "YOUNG STANLEY," Present Their New Act, 



99 



"THE YELLOW STREAK. 

A unique and very funny (-ketch, duly copyrighted and protected. NOW BOOKING THE BEST 
HOUSES ONLY. P. S.— Onr Wooden Shoe and Roller Skate Dancing Is now a thing or the past. All 
agents. Permanent address, POTTSYILLE, PA. 



Leading Man, Character Man to Direct, Comedian 
and Soubrette and Good Team to Play Parts. 

State aue, height, enclose photos anil program*. Rehearsal* Aug. 13. Address 
FllEDC. CHAUtfCEY, Mgr., Chaoncey-KeliTer Co., Harrlsburg, Pa. 



For AL. F. r^ELErVsliEW MODEL SHOWS, 

BILLPOSTER— Who Is nlso good Lithographer. Address 1*\ .T. Prink, Claremont, N. II. 
BOSS HOSTLER — With wagon show experience, who will keen sober and attend to busi- 
ness. Year 'round position. Address Show, per route. ASST. t'OOK— Good position for 
hustler. Fred Harper, wire. I*. A. Berry, Chef. And sober, rellnble Bosses in all De- 
partments. If you get drunk, keep away and save yourself the trouble. 

Address. LEBANON, X. H. 



ii 



WANTED, LFOR 

THE BANKER'S CHILD 



TV 



ONE NIGHT STANDS. (Oth YEAR OP THIS PLAY Stb). U'OMPA.VIEU. 
Both rehearse at Lndlngton, Mich., com. Aug. T. WANTED. AI Dramatic. People In all lines, Come- 
dians and Soubiettes with clever specialties, one Clever Child (llrtle girl about Hor 10 years old), Pianist. 
Mention lowest salary In flrst letter. l*ay own hotel. Stateage, height, weight, full particulars first 
ietier. Send photos If posalblc, which will he returned. Those who have wrlttcu before, write again. 
r _ HARRY SHANNON, Ludington, Mich. 



WATSON'S 



REMEABSAL 

BURLESQUERS 



AND TUB 



WASHINGTON SOCIETY GIRLS. 

The ladles and gentlemen engaged will please report tor rehearsal MONDAY, AUODBT 13,10 A.M. 
BEETHOVEN HALL, 5TII STREET. NEAR L BOWERY. Please acknowledge to _ _ __ 



W. B.'waTSUN, Room 720, Knickerbocker Theatre Building, New York. 



a.T OltfCE. 



THE CHASE-LISTER THEATRE CO. 

(NORTHERN). 

Wants General Business Woman, good slzo and good dresser, for Heavies, Juveniles and two or three 
Characters, Woman with a child preferred. ,,.«... ... . », . 

OLCNIY F. CHASE, loia, Kana., week July 30. After that, Newton, Iowa. 



Bennett - Moult on Co.'s 

A FEW MORE DRAMATIC PEOPLE. 

Address MOULTON, THOMPSON & MOULTON (Inc.), :.. Court St., Boston, Hsbs. 

N. B.— If yon do not hear from n« the position has ivccn fliled. 



MANAGERS, Attention! 

ir you owned a railroad, perhaps you are aattaued to carry heavy 
excess breeding trunks. But It you want to save excess baggage, 

* Send tor Catalogue "U." vTILLUAll BAL (Intl., 

110 W. loth St., N. Y. City. 



FOR BALANCE OF SEASON, 

Tom People 

IN ALL LINES. * 

Beat Summer salary. Preference given those 

Slaying brass. (I reserve the right to play Cybals 
[YSELP,. WANTED, WOMAN ANDJ CHILI) FOR 
EVA. Mrs. Belaud and Jennie Trcshsm. answer 
quick. Join on wire. Route: (7nderh.il, Yt., -J 
and 8; Jerlco, Vt., 4-6. 

.lift 



Ml WIFE WONT LET ME 

spring ancient, moth-eaten comedy ma- 
terial j*ald the iip-to-dut,. vaudeville per- 
former. That's why I use MADISON'S 
BUDGET Nov 10, the swellest collection 
of sure-Are parodies, monologues, sketches, 
afterpieces, and miscellaneous gags ever 
offered, loo pages In all and the price is 
only 91 per ropv. JAMES MADISON, 
1404 Third Avenue, New York. 



IL.Y A 



LIAR 

WotTd dispute my ability and success as" MAN- 
AOEIt." Talented wife will unlle on contract. 
Telegraph or address 

CLASS A, note! York, Atlantic City . K. .1. 



FIUHS, FILMS, 

FILMS, FILMS, 

Send for our mammoth list of Heeond Hand Films. 
The p. lues are itiwavn right. We i.Imj have some 
genuine bargains In Machines. We buy Slides, 
Films and Machines In any (intimity. 

C. L, ROLL ft CO., 2i» iCWIb 8t., Clilnigo, III. 



FILMS. 



SCHOETTLER'S AUDITORIUM 

BEI.LEVII.LR, ILL. 

NOW BOOKING FOR SEASON 1906-07, 

Stage tiatt been enlarged to meet all reiiutrements. 
Seating capaeily ww. Well lighted, heated and 
ventilated. Neat, clean and cozy. Playing lo 
packed houses. For open dates apply to 

MANAGER AUDITORIUM, Belleville, 111. 



WANTED QUICK, 

Balance of Summer and regular season, for tho 

KEYSTONE DRAMATIC CO., 

Leading Man, Heavy Man to Direct, lien. Bus. 
Man with specialty. Property Man, p'ay parts. 
Other useful repertoire people, write. 

MAX A. ARNOLD. Manager, 
Ellsworth. Maine, Aug. 'J 4: Calais ii-11. 



DOGS, DOGS, DOGS 

WANTED, TO JOIN A HEP. SHOW. 

Wnere I can perform with my dogs. Very clever, 
p easing to ladles and children. Will train dugs to 
HI in plays if wanted. Address 

MATr KILLS, care of J. J. ARM8TRON0, 
Vaudeville Agent, 4nt.h St. and Broadway, N. V. 



MUSICIANS 

To Enlarge Gollmar Bros.' 
Circus Band. 

Clarionet*, Altos and Drummer; Vtofli to Doiih'e 
Brass, others, write. HEN HOKNKIi, care of 
Gollmar BroH., Sidney, O., Aug. 4; Dellrountalno 
Ana:. ft. 



Wanted, for* 

ONE PIECE DILL, 

Man for Juvenile Lead, to double, Alto or Cornet 
in Hand. Must bo able to deliver the goods. 
Useful People who double Brass, please write. 
Long engagement to right people. Tell all first 
letter. Address CAPT. PRICK, care of "Floating 
Palace" Water .fiicco, Caseyvllle, Ky. 



WANTED, 



MAN TO DIRECT, 
KIN6SLET-RUSSELL CO., 

BOWLiNO i;ni:i:.v. mo. 



PIANIST 

Wants Position. 

Address II KSRY E. GRANBBKO, 
Lincoln Place, Pa, 



WANTED. 

TWO IEIL GOHNET PLAYERS. 

Most be strong. Light work. No matinees. 
Salary 111. Wire. 

GEO. LA PEARL, Watertown, New York. 
P. S.-I have a real buncn. 



THE 

WONDERFUL 



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JAL'KEL k CO., US Last 23d SI,, New York. 



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OLA 88 B FILB8, 13 0EIT8 PEB FT. 



EDISON 

Films and Projecting Kinetoscopes 

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ABB TUB RECOQNIIBD • TANIIAKlla THHDLOIIOIT TUI WOBLB. J 



I! 



ANOTHER UP-TO-DATE COHBDY HIT. 
A LAtlGHABLB PARODY IN MOTION PICTUHKS. 

"WAITING AT THE CHURCH. 

VESTA VICTORIA'S LA8TBT AMERICAN ABO ENOLIRII IONO SUCCESS. 

The Meeting— The Proposal— Vlalon or the Honeytnoon-Obatllah'a Uomu— family ubjoclloua- 
'Waltlng at the choroh"— "Can't Oct Away to Harry You To-l).y." 

No. O»0». Cod. VECHTPERK. Length. 4»Ort., CI... A, 1TO.SO. 



OUR LATEST HBADLUVER, 

LIFE OF A COWBOY 

DCAI COWBOYS AND INDIAN8 nrsi 
ilCHL BRONCHOS - 8TACE COACH nCHL 

A STIRRINO WESTERN DRAMA IN MOTION PICTURES. 



SYNOPSIS OF SCENES i 

The "Big norn" Saloon— Meeting between Hero and Villain — Untrtnca of English Tour- 
ists — Initiating tho Tcndcrfeet — Collection for Salvation Army Lassie— -Arrival at tho Ranch 
— Cowboy Sports, Trick Riding, Throwing Lariat, Wrestling — Departure of Hinge Conch 
from Ranch — Attack by Indiana — Running Klglit (3 scenes) — Captnro Stage Courti and Ab- 

Trail — Arrival Wounded Stage Driver nt 
i Hescue of fjlrl from Madly Ualloplng 
Uorse — Reunion Hero end Heroine — Deatb of Villain. 

Ho. OH30, Code VAVASBBVR. Length, 1,000ft. Class A. IISO.OO 



irom ivuoru — aiibck uy inniuna — uuddiu^ viguc tost 
ductlon of Girl — Indians Escaping :md Covering Tr 
Ranch— Cowboys In Pursuit— The Fight— Thrilling 1 
Uorse — Reunion Hero and Heroine — Death of Villa 



Floral Fiesta, Los Angeles.Cal. 

SYNOPSIS OF SCENES AND FLOATS, 
Native DaufflilciH and Live Hear— Roman Cbarlou— "Oollono"— "Venlee"— "Tho lioHert" -Qcurge 
Washington— "Banntntr" H'aito Coach— Flower Trltotoon CarriaKea. 

Ns. 090(1, Cod. VAVATONEN. Length, 3I0f«. 11... A. t4T.lM. 

TWO NEW COMEDY HITS, 

FAKIR and FOOTPAD 

N». OilOU, Coda VEADOR. Length, UOOri. Cl.a. II. ):l 1 .NO. 

HOUSE FURNISHING MADE EASY 

No. 09*111, Coil. VAV ATOMS. LenKth, ;i;nn, < la.. B. S1U..0. 

ANOTHER COMEDY HIT 

THE TERRIBLE KIDS 

SEND FOB ILLL'H'l'ItATLD IJK3CH11T1VI) CIUCUWB No. 28S. 
No. OSI«>, Cod. VAULTAOE. Length, olMft. cl.a. A. IUV.OU. 



OUR LATE8T NOVELTY 

THREE AMERICAN BEAUTIES 

An AMERICAN JIEAtTV UOSB dissolves Into a Itust plettire of a hruutUiil 
AHKHIOAN UIUL. wtaoiUssolves Into an AMKAICAN FLAO waving N the hreexn, 
whirl. In turn dissolves Into a star-lit Into It around, the stars, after much 
manoenverlng, spelling tho words "UOO!> IslOHT," 

HAND COLORED. HAND COLORED. 

NO. OiitO, COd. VAUDEVILLE. Length OOft. t la.. A »17.0O. 
•end for I.ate.t Catalog, and Ulna (rated Clrool.ra. 

EDISON MANUFACTURING CO., 

MAIN OFFICE and FACTORY, ORABOB, N. J. 
Chlenvo odlce, so. Wnba.h Avenue. 
New York Omw, 31 Union Sun. re. Cable Addreis Zymotle, New York. 

OFFICII POB D.YIT1SD KINODOM: 25 CUillKUNWELL ItOAU, LONIJUN, B. C, EMOLANH. 

RRT.I.ISfl AORrTFfl. thk kinktookai'ii cu., ■ • «1 a. Jlat Bt., New York, 
BBBHUB V mmmm 10 . r#fKIt IIACIUALDI'I, i(0T flllmore St., Hon Kraoilaco, CM. 



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At SCBRAT HILL LYCEUM, 34lu 81, anil 3d Avs., LADIES, Tnunday, Aug, If, 
10 A I.; GENTS AMD ALL, Moodiy, Ann. 20, 9.30 A H. 
AeknowledKe rail by mall at onee. IVAMEI), HIiikIiii l.iiilh'u It. had HINOIMI M;M- 
JIKIIrt. No duuecra. II. H. tVdiillllll.l., MnnnKer. 

(ISO Knlt'kt'rboeker '1'hcatre llblit., 10 to II.IIO Dally. 



STODDART STOCK CO. 

Clever Juvenile Man UiateHuHIX.J lllustrsted HongH, Al Sketcli Tcitiri. Mm«i do Hlngli- rtnd Do utile 
Spci'lsltleHrind tie inipiiiilu of Tinyhig Importunt I'srtM. A- Wiinlrolit: tiecennsrv. flivelowcntsAlsry; 
[i»v your own lioiel. DruiikiirdH, keuji tilt. W. h. STKWAKT, Wnverly 1'itrk, Lsnilng, Midi. 



WANT YOUNG, HANDSOME, EXPERIENCED LEADING MAN 

Willi Wardrobe .'RDftiili: or n'"vlinr Htrorig line of Lewis. Also llcnvy Him, ctiaracler Woiimii snd 
other L'selul People that do S •••cfiillle*. C'riu u-<- I'ictiirc Miu-lilne. Want mi Agent tliui ranund 
wilt put out Ih-n.iilH mid work for Interest of Cuiitpmir. Mend I'lioti.. Siniesge, lislght, weight. 
Itn.i/e Flglileirt tloin wrlh'. Till. Is tliu wrong pluew. Adilress 

OITO II. KKAI'MK. Managnr Woods Hlsturs* lllir <.*<>., Aiulwy, I It. 



New Sang, Jail Ont-WHEB M0THEB TCCKED ME IN! a^tIKn!:: 

for Free I'rofeBional Oo^lea eeud late program, with adored*, to Judge e. m. 1*. Ilrliier, Ncwarlt.OLio. 



646 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August 4 



0> tbe Road, 

All Routes Unit It.ach la Mot Later 

Tlian Monday. 

DRAMATIC. 

Alpine Stock— Kn'koriMi, Ind., 30-Ang. 4, Tipton 
Ackart'a Cornelians (F. C. Arkart, mgr,)— Ander- 

*on, Intl.. Hi! All*. 4. 

All** Stock (B. P. Albee, rodr.) — Providence, B. 

1., 30, indefinite. 
Aubres Stock— Middle town, N. Y., Aug. 0-11. 
Alpine Stock— Klrfclln, In.!.. ItO-Aug. 4. 
Ajippii Slock (N. Appeti, mgr.)— York, P*., 80, 

Indefinite. 
"Acre** tlie Pacific" (Cbn. E. BUney Amgite. 

Co., mam )— Brooklyn, N*. V.. 30-Aug. 4. 
"At Orlnple Creek," Western, E. J. Carpenter's — 

DunviiK 111., Aug. «, Decatur 10, Hannibal, 

Mo., 11. 
"At tlie Worlil'R Mercy," Spencer A Aborn'a (Bo- 

lam) O. Pray, ingr.)— Pittsburg, Pa., 28-AUg. 

4. Cincinnati. O.. 5-11. 
Ulanche Ho ten (David Delanoo, mgr.)— N. Y. City 

Autf. 0, Indefinite. 
Burgess, - Earl (Geo, K. Robinson, mgr.) — Am* 

stenlnm. N. Y., ItO-Ang. 11. 
BurfceHH, Earl (Frank A. Hayward, mgr.) — Glens 

rolls, N. V., :iU-Aug. U, 
Durness, Earl (Frouk E. Sherry, mgr.) — Perth 

Ai.il.gy, N. J., 30-Aug. 11, 
Burning. Emma (Enrl Bargmii, mgr.) — Btirllng- 

lun, VI., .tOAiig. II. 
Ponxielle, Jennie, 8 took— Buffalo, N. Y., 30, In* 

definite. ■'* ! • ' 

Barrle Stock ( K.lwln Barrle, mgr, ) — Clisuute, 

Kan., 30-Aug. 4/ * " " 

brown Baker Stock— Milwaukee, Wis., 30, Indefi- 
nite. 
Buvke Stock (J. F. Burke, mgr.)— Fall River, 

MaM., 30, luilenulte. 
Brauilun players— Toronto, Wash., 30, Indefinite. 
Byron Players— Spokane, Wiurti., 80-Aug. IB, 
"Brown of Harvard" (Henry Miller, mgr.)— Chi- 
cago, 111., 30, Indeflulte. 
"Bedford's Hope," Lincoln J. Carter's — Chicago, 

111.. 30, indefinite. 
"IlertLa, Hie Sewing Machine Uirl" (A..U. Woods, 
imrr.j — Plnlutteld, N. J., Aug. 2, Boston, Mass., 
4-11. 
"Billy tlie KM" (Ben Ban*, irgr.)— Boonton, N. 

J., 8. Elhtabetb "11. 
CliaseLlnier 'J'lieotre (Glenn P. Chase, mgr.) — 

loin. Kan., .'iO-Aug. 4. 
Cutter Stock (Wallace It. Cntlcr, mgr.)— Bleb- 
uirmd, Ind., 80-Aiig. 4. New Castle U-Il 



"Our OM Kentucky Home" (Wto. Ileywood, mgr.) 
— Oniunagou, MIcb., Aug. 1. Washburn, Win., 
2. Iron River 4. Colqoet, Minn., ti, Two Bar- 
Urrs 7, Tower 8, Ely 0, Virginia 10, Bibbing 
11, 12. 

Page, Mabel (Henry F. Willard. mgr.) — JacfctOQ- 
vllle. Hi.) 30, Indefinite. - 

Pay Ion Slaters (C. ». Poyton, mgr.)— Paris, Tex., 
fth-Alig. 4. 

ielan Htock (R. V. Pbelin, mgr.)— Portland, 
Me.. 30, Indefinite. 

Penidii-Gypwne (C. D. Perucbl, mgr.) — Augtmta, 
(Jfl.. :«i. Indefinite. ■' -. ■ 

Pernrbl-Oypjiene (C. D. Peruclil, mgr.) — Knox* 
vllle, Tenn., 30, indefinite. ■ • ■ . 

Plilpjm, CllOH. K. (Win. Morris, Dgr.) — Burling- 
ton, la., BO, Indefinite. 

Park Dramatic (C. W. Park, mgr.)— Huntingdon, 
Pa., .111-AtiK. 4. 

"Jiower of Money" (A. H. Woods, mgr.) — Hobo- 
ken, N. J.. Aug. 11. 

"Qiiluvy Adams Sawyer" — Bay City, MIcb., 
Aug. 7. 

"Queen of the Highbinders" (A. H. Woods, mgr.) 
— I'lnlnflehl, N. J., Aug. 4. N. Y. City 0-11. 

"Queen or the Wblte Slaves" (A. H. Woods, mgr.) 
~ N. Y. City W-AM. 4, Buffalo. N. Y., 0-lf. 

Runkle, Corlnne. Stock (M. Runkle, mgr.) — Dur- 
bain. N. C 30, Indefinite. 

"Rip Van Winkle," Kllec'a (Joe Becker, mgr.) — 
Laramie, ' Wye 30, Cheyenne 31, Kimball. 
Nebr.; Aug.. 1, Sidney 2, Julesburg 4, Ogallttla 
0, North I'tntte H, Guttenberg 10. 

"Ruled Off the Turf" (A. H. Woods, mgr.)— Bur- 
lington, N.i J., Aug, 11. 
Rliockey Stock (C. P. Shochey, mgr.)— Nelson- 

vllle, (-.. ::o-Auk. 4. 
Stevens Comedy (Harry A. Stevens, mgr.) — Johns- 
ton City, III., ItO-Auf. 4, West Frankfort 0-11. 

Soiitueru. Channcev I.. (llalnnd A. Osorue, mgr.) 
— Ashevllle, N. C. 30, Indefinite. 

Stalls. J. o.. Stock (Lawrence Peteraon, mgr.)— 



Aug. 4, Rockland 0, Mlnnewaukon 7, Devils 
Lake 8. Cburehs Ferry 0, Caudo 10, Bulla 11. 

Vogel'a (John W. Vogel. mgr.) — Columbus, 0., 
■IO-Aug. 1. Delaware 2, Marysrllle 3, Spring- 
field 4. Clrclevllle 0, Portsmouth 7, Chilli- 
cotlie 8, Dayton fi-11. 

TENT SHOWS. 

Alton A Anderson's — Lawtou, Mich., Aog. 1, Ben- 
ton Harbor 2, Buchanan 3, St. Joseph 4, New 
Buffalo 0, Uporte, Ind., 7. Well-bom 8, Lake- 
vllle », New Pari* 10, HleuIienTllle, 0.. 11. 

Bornmn & Bailey's — Sberbrooke. P. Q.. Can., 30. 
Viilleybelil 31, Montreal Aug. 1, 2, Tbree Rivers 
3. Qnebec 4. 

BurcU & Keiss'— Republic. Wash., Aug. 1, Grand 
Forks, b. c, ('rfii., 2, Greeuwooa 3, Pbo?alx 4. 
Kosslnnri 0, Nelson 7, Moyle 8, Oronbrook 9. 
Fernle 10, Michel 11. 

Campbell Bros.'—Merrlll. Wis., 30, Plttsvllte 31. 
Bangor Atig. 1. Preston, Minn., 2, Cresco, In., 
3, Decornh 4, Fayette 0. 

Cnmmltis' Wild Went— New Britain, Conn., Aug. 
1. Hurt ford 2. 

Gentry Bros.' No. 1— What Cheer, In., Adg. 4. 
Nevada fi, 0, Carroll 7. Audubon 8. 

Hnrgreaves' — Brownsville, Me., Aug. 2, Green- 
ville 0. n 

Hagenbeck's, Carl— Springfield, 111., Aug. 1, 
Pei>rla<2, Bloomlngton 3. 

Fmepmigh At Hells Bro^.'— Provo, U., Aug. I, 
Salt l.nke City 2. lx}gan 3, Pocatello. ldn.. 4. 
Bolne City 0, Baker City. Ore., 7. I.n Grand 
3. Walla Walla, Wash,, 0, RlUvllle 10, Spo- 
Vane 11. 

Oollmnr Bros.— Delphi, Ind., Aug. 1. Wabash 2, 
Alexandria 3. Sidney, -O., 4, Bellefontalne 0. 

Kennedy's Wild Wvt (W. H. Kennedy, mgr.)— 
Boston. Moss., 30-Sepr. 8. 

Lucky Bill's — Swanton. Nebr., Aog. 1, De Witt 2, 
Wllher 3, i;rete 4.. (Well 0. Bnrnston 7. Oketo, 
Kan., 8, Herkimer 1), Hanover 10, Hollenburg 



Chicago Stock iciias. H.- HosnKam, n.gr.)—Saull 

Ste. Marie, Midi., 30, Indefinite. - 
Callforntii mock (Smith & Frederlckn, mgrs.) — 

Sacratnelilo, Cal., M Sept. 30. 
CaRluo Stork ( \V. C. Ma lone, mgr.) — Paducab, 

K>.. 30, tmlefinfte. 
Crnln Stock (Jolin Craig, mgr.)— Boston, Mass., 

30, Indefinite. 
Cruwford Slock— Troy, N. V,. SO. Indefinite. 
"Chinatown Charlie" (A. II. Woods, ingr.)— 

Utevelund. U., 30Aug. 4, Detroit, Mich., d-11. 
"CowlHiy Girl," Masierii (Kilroy & Brlitoit, mgrs.j 

— Chicago, HI., Aug. D*U. 
"Obwlioy Girl," Western (Kilroy a> Hrltton, 

mgrs. )— Wnukeiwu. III.. Aug. it. La Porte, Ind., 

«; Tipton s, illiirfton 10. Hartford City 11, 
De Itets-Buntelte Htock (Titos. K. De Pew, mgr.) 

—Fort Smith, Ark., 2»-Aug. 12. 
Dough ty-Cuiiipliell Slock— Mondovla, Wis., 80- 

Aug- 4. 
Daly, Augustln, Stock— Denver. Colo., 0-18. 
"Ltevll'H Aiiclloti," Chun. II, Yule'a — Brooklyn, N. 

Y.. Aug. 0-11. 
Elwyn. Umu— Wnmlngtou, Vt.. 30-Aug. 4, But* 

html 0-11. 
Mlleford Stock— On kl and. Cal„ 30, Indefinite. 
Frinvley, Daniel, Druiuatic— Seattle, Wash., 30- 

Aitg. 4. 
Ferris Comedians (Harry Bnhh, mgr.)— Waunau, 

Wis., 30-Aug. 4, Green Bay fi-lt. 



Baton Rouge. La., 30-Sept. 1. 
"Sunny Smith" (J. C. Rockwell, mgr.) — Nantai- 

ket Beach, Mass., 30-Sept. 3. 
"Shoplifter"— liidlQiiauolis, ind., Aug, 2-4. 
"Secret of Police" (A. H. Woods, mgr.) — Plain- 
field. K. J- Aug. 'I. Plilladelpbla. Pa.', 11-18. 
Tucker, Etbel, Stock (Mack Bros., mgrs.)— Let 

Angeles, Cal., 30. Indefinite.' 

tylor Sto 

ford, Mass., 30-Aug. 18, 
"Told In the lltlls" (Will J. Block Amuse. Co.. 

mgrs.)— Cblrngo, III.. 30, Indefinite. 
"Uncle Tom's Cabin," Stetson's, Eastern (P. J. 

Jones, mgr.) — Somervllle. N. J., Aug.- 1, Bound 

Brook 2. Crnnford 4, Itosellc 0, Woodbridge 7. 
"Uncle Josli Spnireby," Eustern (Hanks A Fraiee, 

inert*. ) — Chicago, III., 20-Aug. 11. 
"Uncle Josh Spruceby," Westem (Hanks A Fra- 

xee, mgrs,) — Mursbtleld, Wis., Aug. 1, Nellls- 

vllle 2. Chippewa Falls 3, Stillwater, Miuu., 

4. St. CloiHl fi. 
Yitin-'t*. Beatrice (Rimer E. Vance, mgr.)— Pitti- 

Iturg. I'n.. Aug. 4-11. 
Vlutou, Mystle (H. P. Bultner, mgr.) — Seymour, 

In., Aug. 1-1). 
Van Dyke and Eaton (F. Mock, mgr.) — Spring- 

Belli. III., 30-Aug. 12. 
Vale. Loulw?, Stork (Trovers Vale, mgr.) — Bo* 

idiester, X. Y„ 30-Ang. 4. 
Yallamont Stock (Lyman A. Pray, mgr.) — Wll- 

lismsport. Pn.. 30, Indefinite. 
Wallers. Jule — Dayton. U.. 30-Aug. 1. 
Witndnger Bros.' Own (Frank Wlunlnger, mgr.) 

--Wlmmii. Minn.. KO-Aug. 10. 
Warner Comedy (Ken It. Warner, mgr.) — McGre- 
gor, la., 30. Indefinite. 
Wnllnck's Theatre, Northern (Dublnsky Bros., 

n«rs. I— Kock Island. 11!., 30, Indefinite. 
Walluck's Theatre. Southern (Dublnsky Bros., 

nutrs.) — Lincoln, Nebr., 30-Ang'. 12. 
"Wife's Secret," S|iencer & Aliorn'n (Joseph 

Mount, mgr.)— Columbus. (».. Aug. 2-4, Dayton 

0-H, Rcbmond, Ind.. 0. Anderson 11. 
Young, Edwin, Slock — Tarrytown, N. Y., 30- 

Aiig. 4. 
"Young Buffnlo, King .of the Wild West" (Chas. 
K. lilnuey Amuse. Co., mgrs.) — Kllinbcth, X. 
J., Aug. 4. 

MUSICAL. 



11. 



Monti - 



luiletlnlte. 



Pawcett Stuck (George Fuwcett. ingr.)— St. Paul, Adde Opera (I^o Aihle, mgr.)— Mobile, Ala., 

Mlhn., 30. Indetliilte. 
Fulton Bros. SloL-k— I.lncflln, Nebr., 30-Ang. 4. 
"Fist Mall" (SCOtl & Haynor. mgrs.)— Itidinnn- 

iiolls, hid.. :tu-Aiig. 1, Duyton, ti., 2-4, Unmll- 

imi 5, Dnyion 0-8, Hum 10, Fort Wuyue, Ind., 

"(.siiihler of the West" (A. H. WooiIb, mgr.)— 

N. Y. City 3(>Aug. A. Newark. N. J.. «U. 
"Great Jewel Mystery" — Baltimore, Md., Aug. 

4-11. 
lloyt's Comedy (II. G. Allen, nigr.)— Clinton, 

la., 311-Aiig. 4. Suyhrook (111. 
Hunt Stock (M. A. limit. m«r.l— (iraitd Morals, 

Mich.. 30-Aug. 4, Muulslng li-11. 
Hmiier-llrHilfiird St wk— Worcester, Mass., 8U- 

Aug. 4. 
IHlluitm, May. Stock (Eruest Schnabel, ingr,) — 

Bellows Falls. Vt., Aug. It-Sent. 1. 
Herald Sipiare Stock (Hitler A FutiNbawe, mgrs.) 

— Gouvei'iieur, N. Y., 30-Aug. 4, Alexandria Bay 

tl- 11. 
Hnwuni'DorsIt (Geo. B. Howard, mgr. ) — Sioux 

City, la., 30, Indefinite. 
BJeiidvrsou Stock (W. J. A R. R. Henderson, 

mgrs.) — Oelwehi, hi., 30-Aug. 4. 
Harrison -Siit hcrln in! Stock ~ Sednlla, Mo., £0- 

Aug. 4. 
HmitIh- Parkin wn Stack (Roht. II, Harris, mgr.) 

— llloouilngton, hid., 30, Indefinite. 
Helsmmi stock— Savniiiiali. (la., 30, Indefinite. 
"How Hearts Are Broken," Aubrey Mlttenlhal'a 

— licit-oil. MIcb., 20-Aug. 4. 
"Huns ami NIs"— Tidwlo, O., 20-Aug. 4. 
Jeavuus Stock (Theo. Jeavouu, mgr.)— La t robe, 

Pa., 30-Aug. 4. 



Melbnrne's — Msnle Lake, Minn., Aug. 1 
cello 2, Elk River 3. St. Francis 4. 

Mnckay's, Andrew — Campbelltown, O., Aug. 2. 
Pftrls 3, FBlmonth. Ind., 4. 

Norrls A Rowe's— Winnipeg. Man., Aug. 1, 2, 
Emerson tt, Red Lake Falls. Minn., 4, Little 
Palls 0. Coliiuet 7, Kveleth 8, Hibblng fi, Vlr- 

•ffi^SlSIS^ 8 ^ m sr.)-New "*»■ Pawnee fllil'a Vl.l'west, Col. Llllle'a-Mahanoy 

City, Pn.', Ann. 1, Muncli Chunk 2, Pottsvllle S, 
Heading 4. Hnrrlsburg 0, Lancaster 7, Norrls- 
town 8, New Brunswick, N. J„ 0, South Am 
boy 10, Red Bank 11. 

RltiRlIng Bros.'— Michigan City. Ind., Aug. I, 
Kalamazoo. Mich., 2, Battle Creek 3. Hillsdale 
4, Grand Rapids 0. Lansing 7, Saginaw 8, Pon 
Huron A, Hiij City 10, Flint 11. 

Robinson's, John — Gnlloh, 0., 30, New Lexington 
Kl, Olotlster Aug. 1, Gnlllpolls 2. Mlddlenort 3. 
Chnrlentmr,- W. Vn.. 4. Roucevert 0. Covington. 
Vh.. 7, Clifton Forge 8. 

IWiMtis', Frank A.— Oyster Bay. N. Y.. Aug. 1. 
Huntington 2. Rlverhend 3, Greenport 4, Sar 
Ilnrlmr 0. South nmnton 7. 

Rtgos' Wild West— Bonn vllle. Mo., 30-Ang. 4, 
IVH MolneS. In.. 0-11. 

Sells-Floto's^-Corydmi. I.n.. Aug. 1, Memphis 2, 
Lancaster 3, Uiilniivllte 4. 

Snvder Bros. & Halts Wlhl West— Weston. 0,. 
Aug. 4, McClure 0. Liberty Center 7, Delia 
Station 8. 

Stnrrett's, If award S. — Larclimont. N. Y., Aug. 

1. 2. Irvlngton 3, Rockland Luke 4. Nnnnet 0. 
Silver's. Bert — Brant. Mich.. Aug. 1, Oakley 2. 

New Latlirop 3, Montrose 4, 
Wallace's, B. E. — Goodlanil, Ind.. 30, Monticello 

31. Wlimamac Aug. 1, Crown Point 2, Knox 3. 

Chicago Helehts. id.. 4. 
Wiinhhiirn & D'Almo's— Haverhill, Mass., Aug. 1. 

2. Newburyport 3, 4. 
MISCRLLANF.OIIS. 

Ament Cnrnival (Cn|it. t. D. Anient, mgr.) — 
(IreciTKVllle. III.. 30-Aug. 4. Ilrluina 3-11. 

BnHlock's Animal Arena (Frank O, Rostock, mgr.) 
—Coney Island. N. Y.. 30, Indefinite. 

Barton Bros. Show (Mnit Bnflun, mgr.) — Al- 
bany. N. Y., 30-Ang. in. 

Cntlksuank — Scarboro, Me,, Aug. 2, South Wind 
ham 3. (iorlinm 4. 

Canadian Jiitdlee Singers (W. T. Cary, mgr.)— 
l>nnklln. Minn., 30, Indefinite. 




UET'l II Mill iCK. 



Start an Amusement Parlor and Penny Arcade and reap a fortune. 
Edison Coin-Slot Machines draw the crowd and accumulate wealth for 
you... Automatically run by electricity at small expense. Write to-day 
for full information to 

NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH CO., 

84 TiAKESIDE AYE., - - ORAJTGE. ». j. 



FOR BAl*K— Tent, 70ft. Round Top, with a 
40ft. Middle Piece. TIiIh Top wan put up hew 
May 14, and has not heen down since. Used on 
one lot for Vaudeville Theatre here. Made to 
older by U. 8. Tent Co. Also ten lengths of Blue 
Se&ta, nine high. If yon are looking for ]niik don't 
answer this. AIho havea&tory £ Clark Organ 
I Will Bed for $35. CHAS. BERK ELL, Klite Theatre, 
Davenport, la. Can take possesion Aug. is. 



FRANK M.RF.YNObDB Wants Good Medi- 
cine Performers. Can tine 8 good lecturers. Will 
buy a troupe of trained dog*. Indian vegetable 
compound; 3 months' treatment, with hank d'uft 
15.00 a gross. I pay expenses. North Jay, Maine. 



U A \TKI>, PERFORMERS: stale If you play 
organ. Lectirer that can straight act i. Perform- 
ers. $10 and all. Week's salary advanced when 
you arrive. Show thin to friends. 

MADAME DE-MAR, Wlllock, Allg. Co., Pa, 



PASTOR 

14th ST., 3d AVE. . 

CONTINUOUS. 30 and 30 eta. 

DftOCKMAX, MACK and BELMONT 

FRANK WHITE nnd LEW 8IMMUNS 

HARRY HOTTER AM) COMPAXY 

ADAMS aod DKHW, NOUAH KKLLY.I 

I.A BKLLIS TKIO. 



SPECIAL FEATURE -THE 3 ROSE?, 
Mack and Dugal, 
Seymour's Dogs, 



Frnncl*} Wood,! 
Corbett and Forrester.B 



EXTHA ATTRACTION. -LE b JUNDTS.rl 



WANTED^ Med. Performers: change for 
week, work in act. Prefer those that, plav organ. 
No boozer)* or tourlnts. Travel In special car; all 
railroad towns. 1 don't owe a dollar. Bank ref- 
erences. Billy Kllng, Faust, Franklin Co., N. Y. 



"GltoiVBERO Stereoptlcons" for Song IllnE- 
traturn, Luoturers, 412 50; full size, aeudiureut. 
Gronberg Stero. Co.,1425 E.Howard Av.,Biloxl,Mlas 



AT i.iujKiitTY— Jttmcrt Uutishannon, Wizard 
of the Baton* Marvelous Juggler, Soft and Wooden 
Shoe Dancer. Also an eleguut llolali of a Double 
Knob II re Baton, late of ALU. FleltiB' Minstrels. 
Address Jas, Onnshannou, 204 Qage at, Ben- 
nington, Vt. 



WANTED Ul' ICK, Man Plmio Player, novel 
fakir, to double ainaii parts; Cornet Player, double 
vtoliu; Tuiia, double Htage; Juvenile Man, Uuuoie 
brass. Slimmer and Winter, Kaine lowest salary. 
Stevens A MOsuman Stock Co.. New Florence, lie* 



FOR SALK-Flue PLAY. Hooked solid. Great 
money maker. Full line of elegant printing. Ua^i 
niue people. Greatest opportunity ever oirered. 
Will nactiffce If taken at once. MISS GKRTKUDt 
FLKMiNfi, care of (leu. Del., Chicago. 111. 



AT LIBERTY- Talented young LEADING 
WOMAN. Only Hrst clans compaDles nod respun- 
slide luauager^ considered, utie piece prefcrrcu. 
Adrlre.is MISS GKRTRUDF. FLKMLNG, 

Care of General Delivery, Chicago, III. 



Rluck Piiltl Troiibnilnnra (R. Voekfetli mgr.)— Con,ke> Cutueily— Oreeuport, N. Y.. TIO-Aug. 4, Sag 
Liberty, NV Y.. Aug. 4. Mtmtlefllo «. Port Jer- _ Harbor tl-lj 



floldeu Rule Coined v Co. (Oardinler Bros., mgrs.) 
— Hosoo. 111.. rtl-Aiiif. 4. Klvaston (ill. 

Jolly Elhloiilons (H. II. Dudley, mgr.)— Norfolk, 
Vh., .•iO-Aug. 4. Newport' News 0-11. 



vis 7, Mlddletonn 8. Newhuridi 0, Saratoga 10, 
Cotines 11. 
Cnhun. Geo. M. (Sam II. Harris, mgr.) — N. Y. 

City no. Indefinite. 
Climnherlsln and his Band— Blngliamtou, N, Y, Jones' Frontier Exhibition— Mount Union, Pa.. 

Aug. 1. .Mi'Veytown 2. Newport 4. 
Miiri7's Hpeclnltv Co, (Al.Martx, mgr.) — Parson- 
Held, Me.. Aug. 2, Usalpee, N. II., 3, Oonwny 

4. Jackson 0. 
Mnrkle'N. W. R.. Runny Sonth — Drowning, III., 

Auk. 2. Bath ". Havana 4. Pekin 0. Peoria T. 
Mnnd,r Shows {A. P. Whitney. Mgr*} — Manitowoc. 

WIk., :i()-Aug. 4. Sheboyitiin 0-11. 
Parker. C. Vt.. AmtiRemenl <!o. (Cramer & Tyler. 

ingrn.) — Grand Island. Nebr., 3D-Ang. 4. 
Paniiibuslka's. Prof., Animal Show — Canton. 111.. 

Atig. 1. IMhviim, Wis., 2, Lincoln, Nebr., 4, 

Worthlngton. Minn., 7, Indlanola. la., 10. 
Itnpp. Mr. aud Mr*. (Augustus Rapp, ingr.) — De 

Soto. Ind.. .tfl-Aug. 4. 
Barmond. H. S. — Oconto, Wis.. DO-Aug. 4. 
Robinson Amusement Co.— Peru, lud., ,10-Aug. 4, 

Kankakee. III.. Oil. 
Sevengiln (Walter C. Mack, mgr.) — Clintlism. 

Out.. Can., :iO-Ang. 4, Rerlln 0-11. 



i, ImlHIiiltei 
CoiiwiiyV Ithueu Band— Atlantic City, N. J., ao- 

Aug. 18. 
Diimh uinl Ills Baud (Frederick Pblnney, mgr.)— 

Winnipeg, Man., Can., Itfl-Aug. 11. 
Duinroscli Orchestra— Chicago, III., 110-Aug. B, 
Fulruiiin's Boidoii Coueert lluml (Win. It. Kern, 

mgr.)— Atlantic City, N. .L, 110. indeflulte. 
Flseher's Military Uuiul (Chus. M. Fischer, mgr.) 

—New OrleuiiH. La., no. Indefinite. 
Guttl'a Bnud— Philadelphia. Pa., :I0. Indefinite. 
llerliert'N, Victor, Orchestra— Philadelphia. Pa., 

HO, IndeQulte. 
Howe. Leuna, Orchestra— Long Branch, N. J„ 30- 
Sept. 8. 
Henry, T. F., nnd bis Band— Des Molnea, la., 30, 

ludeflnlte. 
"His Honor the Mayor'* (Wm, Kayraoud Sill, 

mgr.)— N. Y. City :io, ImleUulte. 
InnlH mid his Orchestra! Bund— Luke Mhmetonka, 

Minn., Aug. A-IO. 
Jutils, Elsie (Llebler A Co., mgra.) — Chicago, 111., 

.10, ludeflnlte. 
Kendall Musical — Portland, Ore.. 30, Indefinite, 
Ktllles' Bund (T. P. J. Power, ingr.)— Chlcaio, 

III.. 20-Aug. 11 



LOUISIANA. 



Knott. Hum-lit' (Sweety, Shlinuan A Co., mgrs.)— 
CnrlUni. Mt-., Aug. I, lluultou 2, Calais 3, 
Kiint iwi t 4, Bar liorlwr 8, Belfast 0, Caui- 



deu 10. 

Uevsloiii! Sto«>k (Max A. Arnold, mgr. I— Winter 
Horbor, Me., ;iO-Aug. 1, Ellsworth 2-4, Calais 
Oil. 



New Orleans.— At the West End (Tom 

Winston, malinger, no previous seaaon has 

Lambrasl's Royal Venetian Band— Philadelphia, l»een us prosperous as the present one. Prof. 

I'u., :t0, liittellnMe. Charles FUher's Concert Bnud, Warner's kln- 

i.iifniti'M Band— Chicago, HI., 28, Indefinite. odroine, and the tfrst. clnss vaudeville offer- 

"I,»nd of Nod"— Chlrago. III., 30, Indefinite. logs, ulwaya assure a pleasant evening. The 

May. Edna (Charles Frohuian, , mgr.)—Loudon, work of KlUp oud Klppv, Wahlund and Telka, 

Kug., 30, luttellnlte. 



Nellie Klur 



ipp an i 
eue, n 



nd De .uora and Graceta won 



HttJP^.™^HBgJE «""«*■ m * r -J— litem rounds of applause. The two Inttei 



Boston, Mnnfl.. 30, Indeflnlte. 



KIiiBHiey-Russell (K. B. Hussell, mgr.)— Bowling Navnssur Ladles' Military llpud (Eugene Dial, 



(ireeii, Mo., Aug. Oil 
Kennedy Pluyers (Ben Lewis, ingr.) — Hlgglos- 

vllle. Mo.. :iO-Aug. 4. Uolden 0-11. 
Kelley Stock (Jewell Kelley, mgr.) — Paris, Ky., 

:it)-Se|it. 4. 
lA-slie, Rosalielp (Sim Allen, mgr.) — Senintou, 

Pn., llOAtiK. 4. WIlkes-Burre U-ll. 
I.tUInn Lyons Slock— Cur nun a, Mich., SO, Indefi- 
nite. 
La Vevne & levering — Lynchburg, Vn., IIO-Aug. 4, 

KoHiioke OIL 
I^-otinrd Stork (W. It. Leonard, nnjr. ) — Iron wood. 

Muli.. Mtt-Ang, 4. 
Llvlugstoiio Stock (F. II. LIvlugHtoiie, myr.) — 

Peovln, III., .'tOAug. 2d. 



mgr.) — Plttnburg, Pa., :to-Aiig. 5. 
Pollard's Llllputliui Oiieru (C. A. Pollard, mgr.) 

— Brandon, Man., Can., 30-Aug. 4, KeiiaraO-U. 
Poaal's Band— Chicago, 111., HO, ludeflnlte. 



acta will hold over for week of July 
while the newcomers will be the Ward Trio 
and Hedrlx and I'rescott. 

Audubon Skatimi Kink. — Immense busi- 
ness rules. Prof, Albert C. Wultz scored 



lUiBClan Opera— Prlnee Albert, Alia., Can., Aug. neavlly with Ills marvelous exhibition on 

roller skutes. 



Boiiibii Imperial Baud— Philadelphia, Pa., 30, lu- 

iletlulle. 
Koriil Artillery Band (Joseph De Vlto, mgr.) — 

Baltimore, Md., 3U-Seiit, JB. 
Rosutl'H Bund — Clncluuntl. 0., 30, Indefinite. 
Royal Ciinadlau Bund (J. M. Finn, nigr.) — 

Oitinhu, Nebr., 30. Indefinite. 
San Fraiielsco Oin'ru (Russell & Drew, mcrs.) — 

Seattle, Wash., .10, Indefinite. 



Notes. — Tiiere are slim chances for the 
reopening of Athletic Park again this sea- 
son, or the suit now pending In the courts 

lias been postponed from time to time 

Cims. R .("Parson") D t nvles returned from 
the Hast week of 2L', and promises Rome big 
doings during the coming season. .. , -Morgan 
J. Dowling, ■ late business manager of the 



Lake llrmly Stock (D. O. Hartiaau, mgr.)— Kent, Slafer and his Brooklyn Marine Band— Brighton Old (Jrnnd Opera HotiHe, returned home 2A, 

O., .10, indefinite. Beach. Coney Inland, N. V., !I0, IndeDnlte. looking In pprfect health after a most en- 

"1.1 on nnd the Mouse," Eastern (Henry B, Hnrrls, SrhllKouyrs Hungarian Bnud— Chicago, III., 20- lovable vacutlon spent In and around New 

,..^!* r t.\™^:_. Y i.^?.P?. , ..A!.^? llli . , . , . e ! « „ ,. ..,. Au . f _-. M:.. „._._:. York. .. . ..Krank R_ Rice and family, of 



"Llou ami the Moils*-," Western (Henry B, Harris, "Social .Whirl" (Shubert Bros., mgrs.) — N. Y. 

uigr.l— Chicago, Hi., 30, indeflulte. City 30. Indefinite. 

Mcliityre and llentli (Kluw A Erlanger. mgra.) — "Society Girls" (E. Marsh, mgr.) — Cincinnati, 

N. Y. City :iO. luileQulte. O., Aug. 4-Sept. lit, 

Mytkle- 1 larder Slock, Eastern (W. II. Harder, Thomas. Theodore, Orchestra— Chicago, III., Auk. 

mgr.)— Wllkes-Barre, Pn., IIO-Aug. 4. n&ept. 1. 

Myrkle Harder Slock, Western (Eugene J. Hall, Williams. Ilnttle (Charles Frobman, ran.)— N. 

mgr.)— Miumfleld, O., 30-Aug. 5, Ts'ewark Oil. v ' — - '--•--—- 

Mni'mlllon's piuyern (Don MHcmlllon, mgr.) — 

Springfield, Mo., flO-Aug. 4, Pittsburg, Kan,, 

C-1I. 
Murray ft Mnckey (John J. Murray, mgr.)— Alb- 

enti, O.. IIO-Aug. IS. 
Muiam & Slglits Coined I u in* (J. W. Sights, ingr,) 

— Cnlar Falls. In., nO-Ang. 4. 
McCiilhuu Stock (W. B. McCnllum, mgr.)— Port- 
land, Me., 30, IndeUulle. 
Mnltlce Stock (Ward B. Mattlce. mar.)- St. 

Thomas, Out., HO, Indefinite. 
Morgon-Pcpple Stock — Savuuun, HI., Aug, 1-3. 

Fort Madison, la., 4, tl, La Plato, Mo., 0-10, 

Butler 11. 
Moore Slock (J. II. Moore, mgr.) — Rochester, N. 

V.. 30. indefinite. 
Miller BroH.' Stock (John M. Miller, mgr.)— Peo- 
ria, HI.. 30, Indefinite. 



the Rice Boat Show fame, has about retired 
from the theatrical business, and lias built 
himself a beautiful home here, where he and 
his family ure now comfortubly located.... 
The Klysltim Theatre, In the lower dlatrlet. 
was not sold nt Innt weeks auction, as the 
bidders were to low. 

4 1 » 

MINNESOTA. 



!\llniitMii)olis. — At the Metropolitan Opern 
House (L. X. Scott, mauager) Ferris Stuck 
Co.. with Florence Stone, lu "The Prisoner 
of Zemin," for week of July 21). This com- 
pany played to large houses week of 22, In 
"The Cowboy and The Ijidy." ''Old Ileldel- 



Mi'troiHillian Stock— I.aiieaster, Pa.. 30-Ang. 4. 
MOinclli _ Bros.'— Troy. O.. Ang. 0-11. 



Y. City Aug. 0, ludeflnlte. 
Wills Musical (John B. Wills, mgr.)— Montenm- 

ery. Ala,, ;il)-Aug. 11. 
Weber's. Jolin C, Military Band— Cincinnati, O., 

20-Aug, 4. 
Wetf's Baud— Chicago. III., 30. Indefinite. 

Ill HI.KSOl-H- AND VAIUICVILLE, 
Adams. Geo. II., Vaudeville (A. L. Sn vllle. mgr.) 
-■r^MS'li?" J"*-*"*- ■*• Mount Vernon 0-11. 
Fischer's Th cut re Burlesque (It. O. Watch, mgr.) 

—Denver. Colo., 30, liuleliiilte. 
Ornhnuie Comeily (Fred (lrubsme, mgr.)— Coshoc- "« r K next week, 

ton, o.. 30-Aug. 4. Ulfiqi*a (Joliu Elliott, manager). — BUI for 

Ideals (Horry Williams, mgr.)— Pittsburg, Pa., 30 aud week : The Quluu Trio, the Marvelous 

ntl-Aug. 4, Detroit, Mich., fi-il. McC'litre, De Shields and Mehrlng, Steve 

Imperials (Sim Williams, mgr.)— Plttaburg, Pa., Jennings, Lcwltt and Aaumore, aud Hemiau 

01 '• La Fleur. 

MINSTRELS. W0NDKR1.AND Park. — Airship exhibition 

Allen's (Geo. Vt. Qtilne, mgr.)— Rolaton, Okla.. WP £ k °' -";,„ « , . 

v»*M_Tbe Grand Army Encampment, 
.. .All theatres that 
Summer wilt re-opcu 



lliinclli Bros '-Troy o. Ang. o-l L ; H i, |. B Vi«4 :u". flMUwate? Aug. I. OuthrhT Y, Notkh.— The Qrand 

Mldulght Flyer, ' N«>rthern (Auson Varwy, ivrry ;t, (iklul.oi.ui City 4. ft? A illball , Ponca beglnnlliK Atli. ».... 

ffit^<^^&x A p^^ ^ fri'Ssjs » K *• *"■ onFk^ for lhe 

MulnuS-- ! i?ip'\vestern (Kd. Anderson, mgr.) •WjLft Xd=t *k^-*l«M«» *• »«* „ _ "' , ' 



Flyer," Western (Ed. Anderson, tngr.) 
id. ind., Aug. 0. ItensKtilcitr 0, Sliel- 



id, ln.L. Aug. 5. Benssaleur 0. She!- llrvanfa (0. W. Englebrellt, mgr.)— Indlanniio- 

-m.mi, ., 7. Mntitlcclto. Ind.. S. Ilrookslon 0, lis, Ind.. 30-Aug. 11. ■iimnimiw 

Wllllitm-iiori lp .Danville. 111.. II. Dis-ks(«.ler's, t#w (dins. D. Wilson, tngr.)— W|t w«>k of July 22, with the (loorge Knwcott 

Mat of Her Cholce" ;r Ila Jtlmnre. Md., Aug. 411. Springfield, Hum.. Aug. 4. Co., In "Tlie l,ndy Mnrgot," by (leo. Hazel 

Millionaire ^pfe*;, Klmer Wallers'— Kansaa lhumelly A llattleid (A. 0. Field. mgT.)— Me- ton. Percy Ilftawell ptayeil the title role. 



St. i'nnl. — At the (Ira nil Opera House 

(Theodore!,. Hays, manager) business was 

"""nwi'Ptt 



. Aug. n-H. 

•'My Wife's Family." Western (W. Mcflownn. 
mgr.) — Trrirer-H' City, Mich.. Aug. '. Frankfort 
2, l.ndlngton 3, Ontikosh, Wis., r>, Fund dn Lac 



rhunlrshurg, O.. Aug. 4,"ll»iw 'Suutiuliky ii. The piece was originally wrltteu by llov Sen 
Wttuseon^i^nrynu 8, Van Wort o, Cellua 10, Rnbnugh, a young newspaper man of St. 



St. Mnrys II. 



Louis, under the name < 



in FAYor df the 



x,s,e'r» "rAJ^zr*^ mbm - "^ $££$* *s safes, af&t-us 

incld 4,' Ausahle lorks'5 f KeestluS 10, dSE ft?" & "TUe hndy Mnrgot," by Geo. lltttl- 



Norrls, William (Joseph Weber, mgr.)— Chicago. 

III., 30. Indeflulte. 
"Nettle the News Hlrl"— Kansas City. Mo., 29 

Aug, *. 

°*^.' , ".. s,fl, » '■ , "' M1 <J*'o«u. mgr,)— Parkerahurg, 
W. Va., 30-Aug. 4. 



J. ii 

Pint. 
vllle 11 



ton the well kuown author of "Mistress 



Dandy Dixie's (John J. Nolan, mgr.)— Waahlng- Nell." who was present nt Its Initial perform- 

loii. 1>. C Aug. 4-11. once. 22. The bluy Is In four uctB, Tlie cast : 

New York (U. L. Silver, mgr.)— Leeda. N. D, Queen Elizabeth, Ella Uugli Wood; Robert 



BUIOHIE STAGE KLHCTHIUIANS h! 

good salaries. My "PructiculCompeiid »f Etc r trie 
ity" explains ml. A child can understand. 2"2 
pages, tiludirated. By mail, tl. Adilrcss 

T. JEPKEKSUV, Hotel St. Deniim, N. V. City, 



Of lil.» <i... vsa<CTlU* Tk..iT,., 

f.-MKIERIfBLD JR., PliKS. ; 

HAKTI.N BECK. GENERAL MANAOIS. . 

ill AppllcatluDi for Time Must be AddrHMi] 
q C. tt. BRAY, Booklni M«n,«»r, 

Haleitlc Then re Hullillng. CTilcego" 111. 



Huber's "£ Museum 

WANTED, for Opening, Monday, Jul; .10, i 

i STaoia cnaio hall attbactiub. 

I . AHareae J. II. AND k hs< in, Mgr., m above. 



BEBJiMJiUJ 



ALICES AJLf\rA\ 

MIVKM'V JHHIOAL AllTISTE, 
"THE LAUY WITH THB CLARIONET I 



S9 OERRARD ST., LOHOOM. W. 

TAFF VOLTA A ROBERT O'MEERS , 

Artists wanting European time write, sratiogopi 
time and terms.' Cable, '•AGOIVIC," I.ONDO 



WANTGU-Olairvoyant Mind Keadur, capab'e 
of doing magto and Illittilonsaaa tenturcact. Abo 
A No. 1 S. andD. ykotclt Team or tlrat class 8on< 
hrette. J. It. Woods, pk>ase write. Tick bt.v "No.- 
J.C. UBKKAN, M. P., Uen. Bel-, Clbvcliind, Ulilo. 



SCBNERT FOR 8ALK— Piihito Areh.fann ; 
Carden Set, with set llouae; Purahel I'Iciuk 
Frames, two Open Stage Lamps, 1-Spot. Aim 
Power Cnmegrapli.No. 6, wltliTrunknnd oooft. Fil. 
F. tinge, g Sininner Br., Lynn., Mass, 



MtSKlANS WANTED— Clarionet an. 
Ham, to locate In city of 2r.,000 luhabltnntt 
llulclgh, N. ('., to play In theatre, dances, eti 
Must he slglit renders and genilemeu In ever, 
respect. No kickers wanted. Thcbtre prlo 
sj.iio per night; duncen, $:i,00 up; mutineer 
$1.00. Tlio.ne doubling violin for dance* 
preferred. State everything In first lcttei 
No time for correspondence. Theatre open 
Sept. H. Must be net lied at once. Uoou U 
cation for the right man. Steady work Sun 
nier nnd Winter. X&t neeceaaary to be A. ,1- 
of M. Oilier good butdciitus. write. Wuntet 
Pianist, Immediately, to finish season a 
Hotel Tybee, Tybee, (ia., 'till Sept. "1 $10.0 
per week; nfterwiirds location. Wire. At 
dresH l'HO^'. .1, LMVIN, Hotel Tybee, Tj-be 
Islinid, tin., until Sept, 1; after Sept. 1 
liox 347, ltalelgb, N. C. 



Devcreaur, De Witt C. Jennings ; Hear 
Weiothesley, Alice Fnweett ; Sir , Kiel 
ard Clay too, t'barlea Hammond; (iei 
trnde, Sibyl Klein; William Hlmkespenn 
(leorge Sclimeder ; ltlnbnrd Uitrbnge, Itega 
Ilauston-, Wllllnni Kcmpe, Alfred Ihulso 
Si-.; Jolin I.oiiiln, Wlllluiu Joel; Henry Cot 
dell, Chnrlcs A. (lay; John Veiling, Wllilm 
Dodge; Robert Arukla, Harold Castle; He 
Johnson, W. K, Kulbloe; Xnt Italnbow, A 
ired Smith.; Nancy, Hose Swnn ; Thoum 
llnrold Orey ; the Ijady Mnrgot, l'erc. 
HoHwell. The piece nod u big; rim ull weel 
nnd whs well received. "C'nnulle" 20-Aut;. J 
"EaHt Lyniie" 2-4, "Henrlettn" Q mij wtel 

OkI'ukum (Churlie Krerck, managcr).- 
ThlK iK'iiKf reupeua July 30, after u shot 
Summer's closing, with the following people 
Nelson and Nelson, Lewis aud Lesuingto. 
Smith nnd AduuiH, Harriet Itnberls, (lent 
vlevc Stanley. Flo. Lyle. Mary Clevetano 
Forrest aud Mayuard, and Leou and MaydU 

Km ri in-: (lleajnmlu Frlck. mnunger)^ 
Utisiiu'ris was fair week of 23. New peopl 
for week of 'Mi : Uolen MIgnon, Tliurston nni 
Grey, the Martin Sisters, and Carroll am 
Gardner. Those holding over: Llille Gai 
uett, Jessie Dennett, Mary Snutelle, 'Luei-cs: 
Kemp, Vera Lorain, Iiertle Van Llank, Vlr 
Stanley. Debbie Vlddei 1 , Polly O'Nell am 
Mabel Carroll. 

AuorroiiiL'M. — St. Paul German Suencer 
test, 2U-28, to Immense nttendnnce, 
• • 

Dnluth. — The Lyceum will open on Aug 
(1, wltU. the Stewnrt Opern Co., under the dl 
rectlon of John Cort. for one week. 

Bijou (Joe Mnltlaud. mnunger).— HubI 
Ben Is very good. People for July 30 ant 
week are: Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Robyns, IlilT 
L. \\ ebb, .Marguerite Newton nnd compaui 
Kcllsey Moore, Devlne and Kelly, Jacl 
1'oole. Jaa. 'McClellau, and movlnc nit 
tnren. "'niL- Life of a CoWboy," mu " Ufc ■* 

Wiiitb City, at Oatkn Bench (C. A 
Marshall, manager). — Uuslnesa wah ver> 
good the imst week. The attractions ar' 
better and more of them since the opeului 

llu'aKR's "Uncle Tom's Cadin" will sbov 
under canvtis here July 31. 

NoTKK.—Adelnhle Thurston, who has beei 
"pending her vacation here with her mothei 
will bft In New Vork before long, to mnk- 
ready for her new play. "The <MrJ from On 
\SSl' «i 1 S? 1>lny l n by 1'nuline J'heltw am 

Marlon Short Lattrn Fronkenllold hn 

lukrn n cnttnge on Park Point, and. will b 
til home there until she goes Mast for n 
benrsnla of ber new piny, by Mabel Peniaon 
It Is railed "A Douglitcr of Colorado.". . 
thnuucpy Oicptt will open his senson here it 
tlie Lyceum, in his new plav, on Aug "3 



Adgie and Her Lio ns. 

Touring Rngland for the Summer. Addrcus N. • 
OtlPPBR othe'e. 48 CrAnbourn St., W. C, Loudon, 
Rngland>; N. Y- addreHB. 2to Knst IjTtji su. N. Y. 



Gill Brown 1 

Hopkins' Part', Kansas C'liy, Mo.' * *il 



THE SHREWSBURYS 

(MARGI E and LILLIE.) II 
miiLLK & FRANK 

re working this week tt OJIKSTHR PARK, UIN. 
INNAT1, O. MRS. ORVIM.B on the farm III 
I . U. Willi CIIESI'ER. 

aATHRYN DALE 

WANTS 

f jraone night stand go. playing city time; 

.1 People In all lines, oneCliararCterllan. Heavy 
(an, Loading Man. Man at least is feet tall to pwy 
s veil Indian Parr, Character Man to play Ihack 
'ace Part, Small Man to play a bit and run prop.-, 
ne Character Woman; also one Ingenue. Ad 
mat have good wardrobe and dresH their parts 
ropuriy, incumpctontj closed after llrst h 
tjnrstil. Co. opens Sept. 3. I pay all after Jolnlnt-.fl 
ddress 0. H. M KMMKN, Box 178, Alma, Nob. 
P. Si— Mgrs. lu Nco., Iowa, III., Mb'li., Ind., OUH; 
\. ftud N. Y„ scad open lime. 

WANTED QUICK, 

IAN FOR HEAVIES JIM 



.SOME LEADS. 



foman for Juveniles and Home~Lcads, ciiarncier 
nnu. Cornet, Trombone or Rarlinueto Doable 
I 'age or H. ami 0. Stale what yuttil) and Inwe^r 
Hliry. Wopayall. Utltcr Useful People, write, 
tut loiu on wire. Address 
olryimn-iuKKiNi. co.. Kiizm.cth, ininms. 

>vante;d i f-or 

RAYMOND & POORE 

vonian for Mrs. Morgan, with Specialty; child 
ir Mary, Cornet B. and ()., Irunihone It. and u,, 
larlonet B. and 6. show opem Aug. lfi. 
JACK PUOKB, I'laluwo 1, Mich. 

WANTED, FORI 

Carroll ComsdvCp: 

SEPEBTOIBE PEOPLE IN ALL LINES. 

Unte your lowest. Pay your own. Rehearsals 
ommence Aug. 0. Season opens Aug. 14. 
Address ION cAItllOLL. 

Hiiriisvllle, \V, Vn. 
P. 3. — Can use Good Vaudeville Acts. 



WANT 



P> 



V No. 1 Sketch Team, that can change i'oi 
feek, man and wife, musical people preferrnl ; 
Two Loud Comedians, good singers, milier nnd 
wllte, good on nnd off. Uoozers save stamps. 
VII In llrst letter. May Giant, write. Address 

I'HOF. JOHN W. MCDONOUGH, 
Keystone Hotel. Lebanon, !'»■ _ 



Iir.snt J. llAum;i,ir tins bpeu eneneed t« 

BcYmHlTl,S "P'tht 1 Vl01 ? A " en ' fl P^Ifflon o 
Lymbellue, this coming season. 



First Class Clarionettist 

AT LIBERTY ABOUT SEPT. I. 

ixiwrlonced. iiiign nnd Low Pitch.) Metiibcr 
V. F. of M. Tlieatre location preferred. Adilrtws 
!. P. YVIflTtioMU, liohnu's Pavilion, Tyin-e 
Islnpd, Oa. _^ ___—— 

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SIX 



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THE 3STEW YORK CLIPPER. 



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CALIFORNIA. 



Loi Angelea.— At Mason Opera House 
(H. 0. Wyatt, manager ) tbe double bill. 
• Tousse.^'nre' and " 'Way . Up Butt* 1 by 
Harry James' Travesty Stars, played to good 
business week ending July 22. "Hurly 
Burly" 2:i. 

Bhlasco (John II.' Blackwood, managef). 
„ni»i Sentette, Ft«l tenox. Id "On His Up-. — "The PiMfj of Jennlco," by the atock cora- 
iprs-" Aurle Dagwell, Ellis-Nowlan Trio, pany, week ending 22, drew well. "Lost— 
nri Klexla and Scflall. Hansen and Nelson, Twenty-four ; Hours," 23; "Charley's Aunt" 
tnnton and Modeba and, a meritorious bill 30. •■Romeo, and Juliet" Is presented at 



nuffMto At the Star but two weeks re- 

mln of the Jessie Bonste'le Stock Co. Sum- 
ner rim which has been remarkably succcsa- 
7,1 "'Mrs. Dane's Defense" July 30 and 
reek "The Taming, of the Shrew" pleased 

H.'O. throughout TaMiweek. " . 

ShEA's:— Boater for week. of 30: .Ye Co- 



leased good sized gatherings; last "week. 
Academy (P. C. Cornell, manager).— Sea- 
JWmVSho* with Harry First, In "Old 
sgncirirom tbe Boweryv* presented by Chas. 

j 'U*aibttb .iChae. M. BflfVfe. manager)!.— 
I'hU Is -the farewell week of the stock com- 
innv The regular season of the Empire clr- 
•nlt 'shows begins Aug. 13. Renovations are 
low iu order of execution. 

Athlktio Vahk (U. H. Macbroom, raana- 
wr) — Jack Lyle's Pan-American Minstrels 
111, be this week's special attraction. De- 
lartlnc 28 were Mr. and Mrs. Nell Litchfield 
ind a good bill, which drew fairly well, 

though the attendance Is not what the njerjta Montgomery. Gartelle Bros., McCarte's dogs 
if this beautiful outdoor institution deserves, and., monkeys, Paul Barnes, O'Uonrke and 

Linn's Theatre; and MUa*Uat.— -Appear- Burnet'tc Trio, Wilfred, Clarke and company, 
into coneliidfng 28 were: jjflitthA and Hoej, ana motion pictures. 



matinees 24-27, by Constance' Crawley and 
Harry MeStayer, 

iMoaOBCO'a . BOBBANK (Oliver MoVosco, 
manager).— "The Half breed," by the Btock 
company, will start on Its second successful 
week, 22. It Is playing to capacity business. 
Underlined: "Borneo and Juliet." 

Gband Opera House (Clarence Drown, 
manager* .—The Ulrich Stock Co. presented 
"Alaska," to good business week ending 21. 
"Tracked Around tbe World" 22, "The House 
0( Mystery" 30. 
.. OJii'Hkl'm ' (Martin Iteck, general, fauna- 

fieri.— Features 23 and week: Claude Oil- 
Ingwater and company, Ollroy, Haynes and 



KBBnle Watson, B. V. Forbes add Harry Reed 

Business continues fairly good. \ . 

-" Ore'setiffon 



1 goi 

wnr 



FiHCKRa'ti (A. E. Fischer, munagsr).— 
Bates, Impersonntor, and atock company, in 
.Vote.— The Lyceum will wep the'seaffon "A Plcplc for Two.' 1 

ig. 27,' end tbe'Star a ,litqe earlier .. . Uxiulk (Hentz & Zallee, proprietors).— 

Features 23 and week: Forrest and Italney, 
Alicia O'Dctte, Dawson and Whitfield. Kitty 
Walsh, Unique Comedy Co., In "A. Mexican 
German," and Unlque-o-scope. • ■ 

Hotchki8S_(D. A. Chick," manager; and 



A| G."i f leW*B Minstrels are, announced to ap- 
pear at the Teck e'nrly In August. 

noehcjiter. — At the. .Lyceum (M. E. 
Wolff, manager) the ; . Stewart.. Opera Co., 
neck of July 23, brought Its most successful 
season to "a close, , wjtK .a One revival of 
Taust." '. Too much praise cannot be given 
this most excellent organization, 'and u 
hearty welcome will be accorded it, If It ever 
rrliirns. Edna Tasset and Mabel Day alter- 
tinted In tbe role of Margarita, and scored 
heavily: Frederick Davidson, (special engage- 
ment), Bowman Ralston, Bertha Shallek and 
BcRsle Falrbalrn were excellent. House re- 
mains closed until Aug. 28, when the regular 
season opens with Dockstader's Minstrels. 

National. — The 'Louise .Vale Stock Co.. .In 
"Harvest" and "The New Magdalen" bad 
Hue atteridiince week of 23. vet m and 
week, dosing of tbe Slimmer season, "Sapbo." 

Cook Opeba Housu (J. HI Moore, mana- 
ger).— Tbe Moore Stock Co.. In "Robert Em- 
uiett," played to deservedly large returns 
week of 23.' Bert Lytcll, In the leading rote, 
was well cast. "My Friend from India" 30 
and week.. ." ", , u /-.„...' 

Ontario Bbach: Pabk (James.. Clancy, 
mnitsement director").— Work and Ower, Paul 
Stevens* the La Velles. 
and cats amused great)., 
open air theatre, and concluded thelrengage 
ment 2». Aeronaut. Williams' stay .begins 30. 

OUBJt Havkn 1'abk (B. E. Wilson, hiana- 
Kcr). — For 30 and ipeefc: Jerome, Fremont 
and Jerome, Kincraon and Omega, Trask and 
Howard, Laughing Billy Helps,' and Juggler 
Itobln. " ' 



FOR SALE, 

Complete Up to Date 
Wagon Show, 

ALL NEW THISfePRTKG, 1 Baiid Wagon, I Ticket 
Wagon, 2 Sleeping Wagon*, sleeping elgtil each; 
Baggage Wagon*, Clown Carts, Minim 111 e nisei, 
GO work Hordes and Harness, Mil. Knund Top, 
with 00ft. Middle Piece, 30 Lengths of Sen!-. Press- 
lug Tent, 20x40. Do not write, urn come and see 
It, at Nannet.N. Y., 31 liillca from N.V., Erin K, K. 
The abova la the PBOPBHTY OF* 
STAttilETT'H Nfl. M SHOW. 



To know the addrcsB of Panlcl iioirmnn, who left 
Logrtnnport, Ttnl., ,iii(v lfi, Any Inronnallnti (wn> 
ccrnlntt lilni will be gitnliv rccelvefl by his 
anxious mother, )1)A K. HOKPMAN. 



Il-LIK AKEBSTllOM. 

For Stock and -Itoad Ocis, on low 

royalties. Write for list. Have 

.. several comedy akutches rend/. 

Plain and sketches written to order. 

741EA&T ?«h ST., nnOOKI.VN, W. Y. 



PLAYS 



leasee).— "A Trip to tbe Catskllls" 23 and* 
week, with Kolb and Dill in the prluclpa! 
roles. , , ■ 

. Em phi k (Billy Banks, resident' manager). 
■ — Features 22 uud week : tiirard and Olcson, 
Laura Hanks, Stlth and Stltb, Harry Vnlols, 
the Society Quartette, Empire Stock Co., In 
"The; Diamond Palace," und. cinematograph. 

(JiNKooiuni (J, A. BroWn, manager).— 
Features 22 and week: Gerald, Cluyton and 
Martin ltaymoad, Scnor Esplnoza,' Pavonla, 
Madeline Howe, Pete Gerald, CIneograph 
Stock Co., In farce, and moving pictures. 

Notes: — Henry Keller, tbe 'magician^ Is 



HVILO-— 11CUIJ IVl'lllTl, LUC UIHUILIMU, K 

spending the Summer In Southern Callfornin 
und states that after one more seusou lie will 
retire and majje hls'bome In Los Angeles. . . . 
L. E. Bebytner Is/East for a few weeks, look- 
ing after new lit tractions Don Chick,' of 

the HotciiRIns 'Pheotre staff,' hud a |>ad fall 
from a street car, July 20, and may lose bis 
left leg os a result. ...;. . llobart Boswortb 
has returned from a long vacation in Ari- 
zona, and will reappear at the Belasco Aug. 

■■' * .in™ 8. "as leading man William Walling, 

fti •SLfSPS if ?R nov Paying Teads at the Belasco,. goes to .Hie 
™Jh2Ek ?KMii T pnV.«r t-'entral Theatre, San Francluco. . ; . Margaret 
Langham also returns to the' Belasco, after 
eight. Weeks' absence Kdward U. Lock- 
art,' baaao,' Is here from New York, spending 

the Summer with bis parents Comedian 

Kelly, of the vaudeville team of'.Kelly and 
Violetfp, Is confined to bed with threatened 
blood poisoning In one of bis feet.. .'. . JW. 
T- Wyatt, son of Manager Harry C. Wyatt 
""'use bo) 



SHOW TO OPEN WANTED 

BEFORE SEPT*.""*. Other Ltmeopon. WahtHmiril 
Ooltrtc Opora Co and Musical Comedies. 
,I)H. L. 0. OYSTKU. Mgr.. Lumlierpnrt. W. V». 



Wanted Quick, Clever, Versatile Sketch Team 

Doing Singles und Doubles. Salaty guaranteed. 
RESELL, ' 
Care of Warren SI, Hallway Cfl„ Warren, Pa. 



Clarionet Player Wanted After 



4 Ilk. ■> for Hotel >\ t 
II. HKAOc:. Allnnil. 



ill mil. AihireKs chas 
iinu-c. wai. 11 inn, n. 1. 



THE 

WONDERFUL 



SIX 



MWm LEADING .IIVKJIIE Ml STI[I)\I! PARTS: 
1M 'NGTURB OPERATOR, WITH COMETS OUTFIT. 



STATU KVHRYTHINC JOIN ON «IKK. "" 

.IKWKI.I. K KI.I.V S Tunic CO., Pal I., Itj . 



\A/ A I 



Nick Russell's Comedy Co., 

C»mie»il»n will) snrclallv. Sister Tertfn tor'parti* and spi'clnUle^, Single ai-l in iVnttirr "minwfaWa 
Leader (Phiiin). I'rople who wrote Iwforr |Hi*iisc wrltr agnlit, lost letiers. There am mi ppuplt* tiai 
good fur my Da. 

NICK HPSSELL, Coiiiieiiiil Luke, Ph., 1111III Aug. 4, sll'T Dial MA Alc.vrun AVfi,, I'uMaburgh, Pa. 



MITCHEI/L'S 



AI.I. 
UTAH 



PLAYERS. 



BD. U. C4H1KK, LAMM* 
WAWTKD- Vamig FiuatloniU Leading I.mlv, Leadlliu Man, (hat ean hnudle Mr. Jevkll snd Mr. 
Hyde; Wniiinn for InqkVim and Second Lesrlx ami A3 llharneier Wnmnn. PeopUt all lines, wrltr. 
Positively only espcrlenred and relinhle people engaerd. I da tint real 11 re imv niutieiilnr perttan Willi 
tlilH sIkuv. Wiirdrohe initHt 1>C Hie hesl; HiIh Is HlaahilelT ensign I In I. No ii.iin.1 dipar rnpeil Ituilk* 
nlloivnl with ililsatlrHi'ttntt; ever.vlhlng must tin of Hie flr»l eallhre Jnln hiiuit<dlHh<ly mi wlto 
Slate KHlary, height, weluhl hihI auelti ardor In Have Mine. A<hlre<H. Ii» b-lter unly, 

Kii. W. CtlOK, I,.-».t. lintel sinrtuvani. m: W. IMIl St., {4ew Vurk i'll.v. 
N. II.— PlHiilm must Arrange and reiul at slghl. 



WANTED QUICK. FOR 

"HAPPY SI SAWYER" 

Three Companies, Capahie Ai-lnra, doubling hnw; «1h«» Itnml, (trrtlMra UnslrtBttH lleavle», |,padi> 
Ohium:tem,KitiitirrlIi'«, AgeniH. Send plmtnH and prngraiiH. Mentlnn evcrrllitng, kumrt. Par own 
Heli«iirMlHAiii;..ll. CKNTIHIY T1IEATIIH!.VI, EXCHANliE, slufon Aldg., lilnuiiinail, Ulilti. 



Wanted, SEVEN MEDlCIfiE PEOPLE 

Who Uouble Bund. .We pay all. Uosrd hotals. 
Must have own InBirunjiuitft. 

I»B. P. CAltLON ACKAKT, Andci'H OP, ind . 

PRIrfTTHA forSliowB. Tlok«U% dodgeta, bl" , 

avainiinv letterheads, . envelopes, wind W 
c»rd?,. heralds and other small,, type set wuik a 
Send Mir free samples and catalogue. 
VOI.qNTKKK SHtnv PRINT. IbiynnlditTHle. Pa. 



WANTED, TEAM; Must Play Instruments, 

Sing together loud; street work. A cam thai 
can turn f lie, wheels in larvc cities. . .-mum 

KttEU IILANKNEK, M. V., Elgin, PI. 



Ska Bnaw 1'abk (BE. Wilson, maria 
ger).— Fifty-fourth Beglment Band (local) *^ ^ eB fdcs in' tli'e" Mason Ojwri Houtie'uox 



50. 

Cabtno TiBsATBK (Fred H. "Grcll, maria- 
cer).— 1'hsL week the following amused 
crowds dally : Kohlcr and Marlon, the Sad- 
lers, Frsnkle Atrldge and Kittle Arthur. Her- 
man .Klscnbron (re-engaged). Tbe .Vienna 
Orchestra baa. been engaged for the, Vest of 
tbe settBbn. ' 



office. . . ..Jane Hotly (Mm. Uobvrt Brunton) 
lius iTjrlrwJ from tbe . Btage, and Is visiting 
her parcnCaln this. city'.'. . . ;U6bert Brubton, 
scene painter,' who : has been hero a month, 
leturns East about Aug.' 1,' to. nil professional 
contracts;' , ' " ,".;. 



the season In the tent on Aug. 11.', 
open tlie Elite Theatre on Hept. 1. 
ItiNi;r,iN(; Biiuk.' CirtcuK July HO. 



Kimirn. — At tbe Lyceum CM. Bels, man- 
ager) Primrose's Minstrels' delighted an 
audience which nearly tilled tbe bouse July 
20. 

ttonicK's Glbn Pabk (.Henry Taylor, man- 
ager);— "The Girl from Paris was well re- 
ceived last week, large houses prevailing. 

Htxt.ru (F. W. McConncll, manager). — 
BUI for week of July DO: Leslie and Wil- 
liams, May Hbey, Mat He Dorothea, fJrace 
Lyon, Lottie Fayette, Blaltoscope and .Illus- 
trated songs. .Business good. ;' ■ * 

Kl.imlDou t'ARK (Enoch Little, manHger). 
--Attractions for -week of '60 : Oiarlen B. 
Lawler and daughters, Cliff Farrell,, Eckel 
iiiid Warner, Marie. La. Boy. Business was 
big lust week, with Cummings and Thorn- 
ton and Itoblnaon and Grant, wbo cattic In 
place of Mr. and Mrs.. Larry. Sbaw'and.Fan* 
eruori nbd Omegk. " .'■ 

Nuiks. — Gi'uce Cannon, who has been the 
guest of her sister, Mrs. Fred Potter, In this 
city fur the past . few. months, will leave 
soon for New York, to: Joth the "Buster 
Brown" Co,, abe bnvlng beenldentllleld with 
the same organisation last season. ...... . 

Charles Smith, manager of tbe HorneltsvllTe 
Thentrc. Is spending the Summer In tiliulra, 
tbe guest of his father, Munsgcr W. C. Smith, 
of the. Lyceum. . . . ■ 

;' " " ; ■ mh ■'■ 

Jniiimtown. —'it the' Samuels Opera 
House (_J. J. Waters,, manager) the season 
opened July 27, with George Primrose's Min- 
strels, to good business. • > - % 

Celordn (J. J. Waters, manager). — For 
week of 2.1 : Emmet Devoy and company. 
Josephine Gassmad and her "picks," Leroy 
and woodford, Bud Farnum- Trio; and Rbodes 
and Carter. Business Is good. 

Notks.— K. 0. Barkoot Carnival Co. did 
big business In Corry, 23-28. 'Pbey appear in 
Warren ott-Ang', 4 The Zoeller Trio, sen- 
sational gymnasts, will be tbe free attrac- 
tions at Celoron Park, opening '28 J. A. 

Morrow's ClrctiK played Salamanca 25 

Roller, skating' is very popular at the Atidl- 

tipi-luni . .A number, of free acts have been 

engaged at the park. 

■■ 1 ( i -m ' : -. . . . ...,_„ 

vUea.~Ai tbe Dewey Music IJnll (David 
Parry, manager) this .week; Thompson and 
Seilda, Archer and .Cartelle, Bear} Frasier, 
Sliver Hums, Hutberford.'and proli, Itae 
Schroder, and Clara' Morgap. '- ■- 

■Summit Pabk., IT. A.' .Baker, manaacr), — 
Business Is good. Tb|s week : Will Hill, "nro 
dive:" Oscar. and Helma Norcus. .. ,. . 

UncA PArtl.cacrnm. &■ Dourhoe,, mana- 
gert).— Ratb's Orchestra is .dr^wlbg well, 
auu will rcmal'n'the Vest of tbe Benson. 
— ■ i — 

Troy At the Lyceum (Edna Archer 

Crawford, manager) the Crawford Stock did 
well last week, lb. "A Kitchen Belle." "East 
Lyone" Is current. 

.*! **• — — r ' 

■ - MONTANA. 



OHklnml. — At the Macdonough (Cbartcs 
P. Hall, imnsgerl thc.Ellsford Stock Co., in 
"The Black. Flag, drew packed houses week 
ending Ji(|y. t'-'. The company. Kill present 
■'Kidnapped 23-20. "The Two Orphans" fol- 



Ceilar HaiinU.— At Alamo I'mk Ml. K, 
Barton, manngnr.1 (bis bill drew *««d bu«*l- 
iiess week of July 23 : Esmera Tilda, Cora 
Mlsk'cll and Ould Dust TWIlia, H. Fyvie- 
Depch. Mil Ik itnd Lewis. L<Mtlf Miiiiroe. the 
AtamoHfanc, Schmidt's Bund and Knrl Kbr- 
hurdt. balloonist.- 

Novks. — MMungef Burton has Kcenied 
Knahenshtte's airship for Cedar ItopIdH tenth 
annual cnrnlvnl, Oct,. .1-0 T. C. Hoy- 
Inn. Of the stuge force ' of ' the Msnhatttin 
Theatre, bus been visiting, lila old borne bore. 
....;. J. If. Sbtink, advance nmnuger for 
Innes' it.irni. w;r- here -I. and honked (he 
luui'i to appeur at the Alunto Park Aug. 1, 2. 

Manager Will 8. Collier left 23 to 

visit J. R. Henderson, at' bis big ranch In 
Dawson Co., Neb. '" ..' 

' 4 1 » — 



lows', , , ., 

Lmnutv ■ (H. w: Bishop, minager).— 
Katlierlne Grey, supported;by Bishop's com- 
pany of players, drew capacity bouses In 
"The Christian" week ending, 23. L. R- 
Stockwcll ■ »nd ' tliel.otock. company. In "A 
Midnight Belt" 2&-20. .ttcxt, Katberlnc 
GreV. in, L, Cainille," .. . "' " , 

InoiiA ■ TAiitc. (Will L. Greenbuuni, msna- 
g er ),_^.'l'he Idora Opera Co., In" "When 
Johnny Curnes Marching Home" (third week), 
2K-J29, (\re playing to cupaclfy. "Pinafore 
follows, ' ..,-'' ' ', .1 * '.'. - V 

- ''IltrtL (Ed. Ilomiiti. ■ mansger) . — Features 

30, und Week: Ellsworth and Burt, Bbthwell Mall" July .'lO-Aiijt. I. "'Phis' HhuirilfterV 2:1. 
Browne's Gaiety GlrlH, and motion pictures. , WoNbBnr>Nb'.— Week of July 211; Gunklll's 
Capacity, .business at every performance last trained ; animals. ,;Buadcr-Lavelle Trio, tbo 
week. " .' " '.,' 

NpvKLtr; (Tony Luhelskl. manager).- 



INDIANA, 



[iiilluitiiiii>lii«, - - At the Park Theatre 
(_l)|ekfion_ »fc Talbot t, mnnngers) "The _ Fun t 



. BUI 

30 and" week: Budhou's Dog and Tony Cir- 
cus, ' Kdwn rd Waldmunn, the Tennl3ons, 
BImbb, acrobat: Golden West Trio, and mo- 
tion pictured.. Business boomed lust week. 

' " r " «l» '— 

. .IOWA. 



Den IHntnea. — At .lugersoll I'ark (Fred 
Buchunan, manager) business was big week 
of July 22. Thq.blll was a very, pleaidng one, 
int'tu'diag: Ru't'b White and ier. Eight Kan- 
ghrob GUIs, Helen Glraid, Byron and Lang- 
don, Rlalto Comedy Four, Barty and Barry. 
Bros. I.)e Van,, and tbe klnodromc. Week of 
20, Hadl's Troupe of Arabs, and others. 

'. Rinoi.i'no Brios.' Suow wbh here Julv 27. 

1 notk. — Fanny Joynes. one of" the Kanga- 
roo Girls, appearing with Ruth White, st 
Ingei-soll Park, last week, was married to 
Andrew K. Boehlcr, of this qlty, .Titfttdny 
evening, July 24, at the parsonage of Father 
Schmidt. Air. Boeliler and Miss Jdynes were 
both members of "The Tenderfoot" Co. last 
season, Miss Joyoe's home la In Syracuse, 
N. V. Tbcy will both bo with "Tbe Tender- 
foot" Co. tbe coming season. 



Keokalc. — At tbe Casino tbe Van Dyke & 
Euton Co. opened an. eight nights' engage- 
ment July 22, Id repertory, to the capacity. 
Miss Eaton, supported by Hugo' U. Koch and 
a good company, gave excellent'. satisfaction 



July 30. The 1 



AlBlnl and company, for two. weeks, opening 
Van Dyk " 
■ 1 mr 

.^io<)r 

and' merchants' carnival opened for a week 



return engagement week of Aug. 
NoiKp.— r'fhe i Indoor -' 



e & Eaton Co.' plays a 
k of Aug. 12. 
miniature world's fnlr 



Butte— At th* Grand Opera House (Dick 
P. Button, manager), week of July 22, Lulu 
Sutton and company. presented ''Lost .on- the 
PaclflCr" to large houseK, featuring the Webep 
Family "pnd tGe " Slaters Natalie,, both Very 
One vau'devllleTacts. This theatre, *HlW.un : 
dsrgolng extensive lmprovemebtB, continues 
to enter to <ne nest ot patronage. When 
llnUhed, It.wUt l»e one of:.tr«e imndntunest 
theatres In the West, as tAt as Interlpr. Is 
concerned. 



Jury' 23", hna'u'teW gw)d crowds. The attrac- 
tion is under the local management of Martin 

Ik Han son e Keokuk'a eighth annual free 

street fair Is to be held the latter part of 
September. Ed. V. Kirchner Is the manager 
of amusements. 

* ' 1 ■■ '— 
Davcnitorl. — At Schuctzen Park (Direc- 
tion Kindt A Deutsch) Clrclllo Italian Boy 
Band closed Its week's engagement, Julv 21, 
and was wvlt received, The Kilties Band will 
appear tlie Inst of August Date not jet. an- 
nounced. , . ,. ' . . , 

eat ur uu me wsun ELITE TilfcATBB <plpe,ctlon Cb,as. Bcrkcll). 

Natalie,, both Very now occupying a tent nt the corner of second 
" and 'Gaines, streets,. wUb tbe, following, for 
week of July 23: Leon's dogs. X. Mortclla, 
I^uo' Kline. Elmore and Bnrthm, onfl the 
Ijlftcsi-oiK 1 , Tpe Smnm>r s*-tisoii uiidef Ihp 
lent I hn» .'been n b|g V$UCC£jUi for Miga^f 



Berkell, i\t<l be announces that be will close mnrrlfd in UHib. 



trained 'unluialW. ^Bundcr-Lnvelle Trio, tho 
Itowilrcs and Eddie Snwyer. nusItieHk Is big. 
, Faikhank.— Klllles Btuid drew well week 
of 211. ..':,.. ' .,' 

Whitk City.— Good sized crowds 1I3-28, 

NriTK.— II. S. Maddy i-nnie 24, to tell ihe 

ncwH(mper'4 of the woniierdil perrormiuicc of 

Curl Hugcnbeck'K ClrcUK, which Is hilled for 

Aug, It. 

1 ' . '" • 
i.iifojtttf. — At tbe Finn II v (Rosbrugb & 
Msurk-e, iiuinage;'K) bill for week of July -'0 : 
l'owers, and breed, Allele Oswald. Arthur 
Mtuaif. and Keel ey Sisters and (!urtlH Vance. 
. Notes.— The peHatnuvr* plnylng tbe Family 
Theatre will open on Suncbiy Instead of Mon- 
day, an heretofore, Mitnugrr Mniirlco having 
arranged to give three Sundny iierformunceH, 
under ten?, at Ttseirmwh Trail Park. This 
plan whh Intnidut-fd July 22. with satisfac- 
tory results to both iiiiinnjrement nnd publie. 
.Jfenry ItefttprlTfl Mctropolliun Bund 

SlveM two concerts at Te<'mnscli Trull Park 
nly L'O The sons of Veterans have ar- 
ranged lo have a White Clly hero, week of 

Aug. i; A cbniiliiiiipiii. will lie held In 

this city from Aug. 18 to L'fi. (he following 
speaker* having been secured : IU*v, Wirt 
I*owther, Prof, Kline. Dr. J. M. Driver. Dr. 
Green. Dr. Herbert Bow ('nun- l cartoonist). 
MIsh Hemingway (render^. Jubilee hIii'.'ith, 
l^on Vlnctnt, Prof. Itlgdou and Itleluird ('ar- 
r61I . . . ...Charlie Hasty, "The Hooslcr Boy," 

leaves. Aug. 1 for New York, to Join "The 
Volunteer Organist." this being bin fourth 
season with the company. 

Aiuiernnn,~At the CryBtnl Theatre tW. 
W. McF.wen. manager), week ending July "JK. 
tbe bill Included: L'.lllc Iriuti WtckolT nnd 
comnany. Hie Fiorellas, Mrs. Bertbii Coburn, 
In Hongp: Stanley and Alleen, and tbe klno- 
drnme. 

Sort:. — Mr. nnd Mth. Lloyd Blniiham, of 
New York City, wero In this city 17. 

. ,-#■■-.- . . 

Krniikfnrt At the CryHtal (elms. Welch, 

rarniagcri.— The bill for week of July 30: Sis- 
tern Chatham, M.irttn and Martin, Josn Mil- 
ler. Btitnley and, Le Roy. Chns nnd Jennie 
Welch and the klhodrome. , 

Vav Annt'no'H Cinctis, 2,(1, exhibited to 
large audiences. 

Cum Bbob," cinciTs Auk. in. 

*■*■*; r - 

El'UKXK F. WflMOtt, a tbefltrlesl ins linger, 
obtained, from Justice Mlnnchard. In the 
Supreme Court of New .York, nu Interlocu- 
tory decree itf nhfiotiilo rtlvorce oti July 24, 
froin I'rtrollne Wllwon, nu sclretw, wlxun be 



HILL YVI) TAKE A Klllh 1 !\ 31 V AHWBILK ". 

is there \mnmi that vi could doforyoii? 



Pmfcfi.-'loiibi Ccpli'ti Free. Puhit-iiniil by 



\\. IIKinilTMOKK, ISIITsiicyNI., PbllinlelphuJ, Pa 



WANTED, 

Medicine Performers, 

i: vim 

L. T. COOPER'S l$l(; SHOWS 

Sketch 'IVsnW BlnVk, Irish tmil Hutch Come 
ttiiiiis liiuifl jn'iipii- only, Salary Do object. 
Must Join tit once. Will wire llekets. Apply 



Ciil-e iff Yates Hotel, Syriicime, N. Y. 
HH'HAIHi IS imiSFI.F AGAIN. 
P. S,— ItegunlH lo Jessie itml Cotiiptia.v, 



FREAK COW 

FOR SALE. 

Han boots over two feet long on all (nor fee*, 
and Ih In good' health, lilg aitracdoii hi TslrM 
wherever exhibited. Will sell lo hlghr.M odor 
All letters answered. Aiblrcso 
mm F. TJIOMA. M.VM. 2 ± Princeton, Minn. 

Wanted, for Cfapt. Ament's 
CARNIVAL SHOWS, 

.. «K1WT. PIANO PLAYKII. 

ft-ibcr and mil afraid of . work. Salary %\u mid 
It. it. Wlie (ttiic.k in per roii'n. 

CAIT..W. II., AM KMT, 
OreggsvUln. 111.. 80-Agg. J; Uilnttmnlo II. 



Good Vnndcvlllo Acts nnd 
Repertoire People 

111 it'l MlKV. Mn.t Jnln m mfefl, Htnlr nil; imv 
ymirnwii. w. J. 1'IKHUK. Iliirnmlllo, w. Vn. 
WiHITKH-M.il Willi I'lMiiri) M.rlilnc. 

WANfnn, " 

MUSICIANS 

For (1BNTBV CAMor.S H1KBV Hn, |. o.riiet, 
( larlonet. Alto and llarltone. Addrusa IIMKCII 
PA KltKTT, Aug. 4. Whatcliecr, Iowa ; Aug. r. and m, 
Nevada, Iowa; Aug. 7. tbtrroll, Iowa; Aug. s, 
An dill 1011, Iowa. 

KinseyKomedyKo. 

M'lllllrt Stillg nnd Dnilce CtiKicrlblli, (ietienil 
HuslncHH Repertoire People. Long engiigc- 
ini'lil. sure tnoiicy. Itnliili 1110I Mnyaic Taylor, 
wire. >L I.J<I_N^KY. Johuslnwn. Obbi. 

Wanted, for 

SAM BRYANT'S REP. SHOW 

Under outrun, 11 «oni| All 'Hound Ailor to 
pl«y nnytlilnB -cant- for. A Intnt plensonl Mt- 

H»«t'lfi'-nt lo Hie tlfhl tiimi. Must Join nl onre. 
81 iit« your IowckI miliirv, which la SFItK. 
SAM URYANT. I-iilnhuiMe. |'«. 



At Liberty. EDW. A. YOUE 

'■;-■■.. -ii :v ™i.w. 

__No. 4H0 THIKII ST., flrftllrt lUplil., Mlt:ll. 

Wanted Quick, Piano Player 

Work y.r .miiiKl. Mom*, .wiIiii.it .nro licru. 
Ail.lr.BH M.zrm * MAIIUKN, 

■ Ml. Allim, McKcn <:... P.. 



\T ullli;UTV. 
NORMA VEAOER, 

BMOTIONAI. HKAVIK8. One piece or nipcrloln 1 . 
:HiH«iitliJMHt. 8lree^ Wilimuo, lll.__ 

WANTED, Al Medicine Performers, Piano 

Player and Kkct<:b Team. Would llko to bear from 
trodd pleture inachiitc. Nelson Rlid Nolxon. wrlle. 
AdrlreHH P (^H.M*W*r^ffr 1 Manhfli-ld. WI-. 

MUSIC 

ArnillK*'d, «'Miiii«.sci|. I.ow letiiiH 

A, KKKTSMAIt, MX K. i;,lli St., N. Y, 



QUICK 

Work iii iirecssaiy nnw if you Want 
a roule. Look ,il II iu Idler lu 11 cer- 
tain 111111 1 re 

"IIKAK Hill: laui-lflM IIWI N.iv. Tlnr V.llir «l- 

irai'ilmi. AlliiiirililWrilmi'l. niliHl. 

Viium truly » 

If you were booking for ymiraclf as 
lie bttd Iicen, Unit (roml stand woulil 
lie none f.ircver. But we got the dale 
and ■iwlLer in the name inontli, 
Sjine prople wonder how we Ret 
time for tin in Unit they could not grt 
for tlicin.Mclvcs, Init wo do. Hadn't 
yon tioltcr find out how I Wri:e 
us lo.lay. Gel our propasillonj the 
beat for attraction booking, Ed, F. 
Ailams A ..Co., 127 Weal Kith Street, 
Ni^w Vnrk^ (Kiigiccinciil Oenl. also). 

" WANTKQ, rOH ' 

SHOGKEY STOCK CO 

WNljiV'Ifiioi.OKK. Mm. nrfl-nrl. ivIIH, t||ii.i 
r«h.il H;.nir»; . muni Pmrwlj Naasoiie wimRE. 

ins .mi ii.li, inn HpniLiu,, |ir ,.i,.,, c ,i. . n „;; p 

iloil'l. vrlli' irjmii imiiiioi. iiuikit kihiiI. Nn uiuncV 

HllMIII-l'.l. JII-.I li;i,l l|.|M|.|||i|H WIM'lll. HllBlllI, ft 

.Till nclor*, wrlli'. NrNiMivlllu. o., work ur Julv in 
I'nriiiHiiciil . .ililrrw, HIIOIUKV HTWK (III., 

Mi'Arllnir, lililn. 

AT LIBERTY, 

TROMBONE 

, ! II. en.l b. ( * ; 

Chii join on wire. AtWriuM 

A. D. BASHORE, 

•4\t K. Illiilni, Mlr..(, l,,rM,ur, III. 

A PEW Ol'KN D ATJSH hJUT. ~ 

B1RNEY OPERA HOUSE, 

DIIKIKVII.I.K. N. V, T. K. lion HINH. M lir. 

REWARD. 

Allbenil rewind for tiiformafloii lo wliurenli/nitno 
.1. K I'lM'i:, e (.rn-ilUI, 

AddrenHj, ORtKHK, Keftllo, Mun. 

SKATING BINE TO BEAT 

fin iiurceiilitKi!. Sniiiiiier reitorl, near New York 
AdrlreHH or cull at J AUK Kb A CO., 

Nfi V n-f •r.uiww i. N, v. 

Wanted, lot Collins Bros, 7 Show, Circus 

PcrforntorH of all kltidtt. Krr:d littler. iiIohho 
wrlle. Addre«H (;. A. IMMNNKY. - I(uh. MRr. 
C'ollliiHJtnm.|_Hbow, P. n. (km y.vn, Ikiwio n. Mhh«. 

BERT SHVEITS CIRCUS WANTS AT ONCE 

(fill accoiml of aeelileni), HKK (tlr«:iw Peifrirninr. 
TnipM, (tine*, Ktc. wire ItoiriK, or MONTHOsK, 

sm.'ii. diiht.j write. 



LADY MUSICIANS WANTED, Violin, Cornel, 

(jiarionei . Flute, liriimx. Year Htoadr enuHgemetH. 
MiiHt liB A. f.HH: It. A. WEIMV'OrplieiHN,"' 
Ifl iYartiiiwr*iHi hi . Hoboke ii. W- J. 

THE 

WOWDERFOL 



SIX 



Wanted, Small Hand Organ 



1.(11111, 1,11 K*r, 



i'i.im a. nnnniND. 

' t.'lly, lnivn,.rliH,c-l,lHlpr Cii. 



648 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August 4. 



JEROME 




REMICK 



DETROIT 
10 Witherell St. 

TO CALL, 



NEW YORK 

45 West 28th St. 



WON'T YOU GOME OVER TO MY HOUSE? 

Williams and Van Alstyne's Greatest. 

The Tender Pathos of this Baby Ballad is Bound to Reach Every Heart. 

CAMP MEETIN' TIME 

By WILLIAMS and VAN ALSTYNE. 
First Real Coon Song Sn Yes 



JUICIl. HIE ART TBI 




WILL HEELAN & ALBERT GUMBLE. 







Y 



WILLIAMS & VAN ALSTYNE. 

THE SONS OF SOHGS FOR SOUBRETTES. 

ANOTHER "NANCY BROWN." 



IF I ONLY HAD THE NERVE 



VINCENT BRYAN'S 
Successor to "That's 
How I Love You, Maine" 



I'M GOJIRffiiTBM TO CHICA60 



By Williams & Van Alslvue 
The "Candy" Story Coon Song. 



A LAUGH IX EVERT I l.\E. 



MY SWEET 
1 



By JEROME & SCHWARTZ. 

THE SUES! IISMf WHIZ 
SONG EVER ill 










No Explanation Needed. By ARTHUR J. LAMB 




By WILLIAMS & VAN ALSTYNE. 

THE ONLY ORIGINAL COWBOY SONG. 



IS IT WARM ENOUGH FOR YOU? 



A WALTZ SONG FOR 
ANY SITUATION. 



One of *hjj> Most Fete HI"? 



NOT 
FORGETTING 




lntormex»»' 



th: 



xtxs 



OUR 



or tp: 



XWCfrT 



A M 



OXJR MOTTO 

STRAIGHTFORWARD 



IM 



M V 



mmi 



AUGUST 4. 



THE N"E"W YOEKLICLIPPER 



649 




CHICAGO 
87-89 Clark St. 



OLUTE SONG SUCCESSES:- 







The Latest Indian Innovation. 

iawatha's Only Genuine Successor. 

A Stirring Sailor Song, 



<*i 



»» 



TWO LITTLE SAILOR BOYS 

I LIKE YOU, TOO 



WILLIAMS & VAN ALSTYNE 

WES1I0 111111!" 



A Screamer" by 

JEROME and SCHWARTZ, 

with Extra Verses by 

BILLY JEROME 1 . 



BEAR OLD FARM 

™E DAfID III II II Jill Vincent Bryan's Best Comic Song, 
I rllUII UUI iflfiW with Plenty of Extra Verses. 



WOmOU 31WA EMO i?<<nii) 



By WILL HcKEHNfl. 
A NEAT "NUMBER SONG" 

ON THE ORDER OF "BY 
THE WATERMELON VINE.'' 



DOWN IN THE EVERGLADE 



WILLIAMS ft VAN ALSTYNE. 

THE ONLY JUNCLE SONG DH THE MARKET. 

MOTHER "OAMBOO THEE." 



SINGING IN THE WILDWOOD 



and H. 13 BLANKE. The Ballad Hit of th. Season. 



WHY DON'T YOU TRY? »«ag E - 



By ALBERT GUBLE. 



Ooon Love Sone of -the TTiomr. 



By GEO. BOTSFORD 

A Oomio Sone that Need. No Intreduotlen. 



GREAT INSTRUMENTAL 
NUM 

AOTS Writ, for This a* One. 




REMICK 




CO. 



650 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August 4 




TJIt, JVIOTTOs 



lova and th» World: Move 

PHONE 



a with Veu. 



Stop and You 8tep Alons. 

^SS-9: MAD. 



1DSTUH6 




If You Wish Songs Suitable fop Tour Production* Kindly Writ* or Phono. We'll Po the Rort. 



IT'S 




Our Croat Big Move Hit; Everybody's Humming It 







And You Certainly Will When You Hear It. 



Your Next Move Cet Our Big Ballad Hit, 




This Ballad la a Sure Encore Winner. 





urn! 



One of the Brightest Ensembles Written. 




This Number Will Make You Move. 




If You Anticipate Moving. Try This Move. 




This Song Is Arranged for 'Octette. Quartette, or Team/ with Appropriate Words. 




A Tough Love Song That Will Move Your He»-t. 

TIM IH 

A Worthy Successor to "Dear Old Dutch." 





OUR IRISH MOVE. 



BARNEY BLARNEY DAISYDOOLY 



ANOTHER BARNEY. 



OUB IRISH WALTZ 80NG, MOVING ALL THE TIME. 



EMMA CARPS' BIO HIT, 



AN INDIAN MOVC. 



A WIGWAM BUILT™ TWO 



AN O. K. NUMBER. 



OUR NOVEL INSTRUMENTAL NUMBERS. 



ZITTARA AND SYRIAN PATROL 



A COON LOVE BALLAD, ALWAYS MOVING. 



HONEY, WON'T YOU LOVE 
ME LIKE YOU USED TO? 

VIRGINIA EARLE'g and OENARO and BAILEY'S BIG HIT. 



A Very Pretty Descriptive Ballad. 



A DAUGHTER-VANITY FAIR 



Moving In Society. 



THE ABOVE SONGS 

Can be had on receipt of 

lOo. In Poataga) and 
P>roarramma. 

HO CARDS. 

I-OOIC OUT P- 



hflove and the Vaforld Moves with You *< 



D. ROGERS 

a»UB. CO., 

"Wa 38tb ST., W. *1T. 

LW BALLAD AND COON BONO IN PREPARATION. 



OUR 

G. SELIO, AD. MURPHY, 

JAB. WRYNN, PHLD ROSS, 
FRANK LrVTNCrBTOU, 

DEW LIVINGSTON, 
ED. PELHAM, 
L».t, Bat Sot Lt ait. Tear 



AUGU8T 4. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



651 



RELEASED!! RELEASED!! 

ANOTHER GREAT NEW YORK SONG SUCCESS, 






By CLIFTON CRAWFORD, and iu| by him nightly to Ore and .11 rnrorf. for tlie pail two month! on the DIW YORK THEATRE ROOF GARDEN, In "SKK1NO HEW YORK." 

EXCELLENT PRODUCTION OR SPECIALTY NUMBER 

MR, CRAWFORD contlden thli his new "Nancy Brown. 1 * and wilt slag It In his nmnui Vs.ndev.lle Specialty next i.-non iio«tnl Mild. 

FBEE--PROFESSIONAL COPIES AND ORCHESTRATIONS TO RECOGNIZED PERFORMERS OR THOSE SENDING UP-TO-DATE PROGRAMS.-NO CAKDS. 

lV*. \X'T r TI¥KAJEa^ «§fc SONS., Publishers, 

WITMARK BUILDING, 144-146 W. 37th ST., NEW YORK. Look for the Bee Hive Clock Tower. 



NOW LOOK WHO'S HERE! 




HOWEL and SGOTT 



Hebrew Chatialoglata. (Formerly Howe and Scott), 
IN VAUDKVILXE. 



Pontooaac Likr, PHtafleld, Mass — 

"One of the most amusing BklW on the program 
was that of Howel and 8cotr. Hebrew i omedian*. 
Ttiej told stories and eang pouga which delighted 
the people thoroughly." 

"Howel and Scott, M Hebrew Impersonators. 
Ranjr a number of parodies that are good. They 
refused to respond to nunurous encores given 
them." 

NEW ACT IN PREPARATION, 

"THE MOTORIiiN AND THE CONDUCTOR," 

By AARON HOFFMAN. 

Address all communication* to 

331 E. alth St., New York. 



.UNIFORMS 

BAND, MILITARY, WltSTKl OUTFIT! 

CARNIVAL COS., liSBEBS 

And All Other. 

kit lir CAULK. ItllUl lilt luiti 

Spetlil AtteitlH Olvn lie Piiftnln 

Western Uniform Go. 



' 314 8. CLARK IT. 



CHICAOC 



■v Be an Actor 



• or Actress. No profession 

J. so fascinating or profit- 

able. I teach yon by malt, so yon canjro at once on 
the stage. Send for my beautifully Illus- 
trated book explaining method, also pictures, 
scenes of plays, actors, actresses who have become 
efficient throng!) my training— mailed FREE. 
Address HENRY DICKSON SCHOOL OP 
A CTING, 300 Ktmbal Hall, Chicago. 

I Sllkollne Tights, S'J.OOj Worsted 
I Tl Bhli. 14.001 Cotton T t ghU, 
I Sl.OO, Silk 1 Ighta, from 14 . 95 up ; 
1 Skirts to match, nil isms price 
na light.; Pumps 95 centa; Gait- 
ers, 11.00; Elastic Supporters, 
11.00; Cloth Supporters, 35 c«U| 
Send for catalogue and samples 
of tights free. Positively a de- 

Sisit required. Satisfaction gnaran- 
ed or money refunded. 8PICER BROS., 
86 woodbine Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; New 
' York Office. Lincoln Bldg.. 1 Union Bq. 




AEBOH&UT LEO STE VEWS, 

AIRSHIPS 

AND PASSENGER BALLOONS. 

Largest constructor in this country. 
Two cent stamp for estimate. 
BOX 181 KAD1SON SQ., N. T. 




Floe Magical Apparatus, 

ILLUSIONS, TRICKS, Etc. 



logue, 2fic, free by mall 

Catalogue of Parlor trlckn free 

MAKTINKA & L'O., Slfrt.. 

403 Sixth Ave., N, Y. 




WE HAVE FOR SALE AND LEASE 

Advance, Privilege, Uaugagr, Stock. Au- 

temoklle and ft erry-Go-Ilocnd Can. 

50ft. long. Desirable for Show and Carnival Com* 
panics. Reasonable terms. Write for particulars. 

THE ARMS PALACE HORSE CAR COMPANY. 

No. 12» Monadnock Building, Chicago, 111. 



RED. 



WHITE. 



TENTS. 

SCHNEIDER TENT CO, 

SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE. 

DETROIT - - MIIOM 

J. L. KELLEV, Mgr. 



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SHOW TENTS 

rv Clrcnna, W114 West Snow., BUrt wtata. 
0u4f Tom, Flags, Kldd k Baker Llgbt* etc. 
■nd for I S nag , prie* lift of second htnd 



BAKES * LOCKWOOD HTO. 00. 
Ttk an. Wvaaaotto, KlMU Otty. Mo. 



^^m 



and Ni.kiiM.Sit *$lTra**U JfW UTOSS. j^b j^ [TIJBSKELY 



Only costs 

you 10 cents 

per set. 

The best 35 
cent seller 
that ever 
happened. 

Send 10 cents for 

sample set and our 

new catalogue 

No. 19. 



ROGERS, THUBBIAN 





38 Michigan Ave., Chicago, U.S.* 



PEERLESS COIN OPERATED^ 

GOLD MEDAL & HIGHEST AWARDS i- 

.. : BUFFALO t.aOi.-ST.LQUIS 1 9 O^PQRTL AHD 19 D 5.' 

■ .htS : ROTH &ENGELHAEDT 



i~;N;X.-'\Ct^y 



MANUFACTURER OF SHOW CANVASSES 



TENT 
Large Stock soft, and Under 
Now and Second Band. Write) 
THE CHARLES P. SIBBER 

TENT AND AWNINO CO., 

Baooesaors to tte T. w. Noble Co., Tent DtpL, 
Detroit Sag sad MJg. Co.. Detroit, afleh. 




CALL, 

ramo uitR atrfcan 

SESTAURANT 

474 SIXTH AVE.. 

Beusath and aoth St*,, 

iTEW TORE 01TT. 
Sett of Food, Pcrtcc t- 
tjOooksd.Dellcloualj 
Served. Prices rea 
sonable. Special Dlo 
Ing Room for Ladies 



Designs 



i — MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES — 

FROM THE 860,000,000 ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR 

Registering Turnstiles aVBM«B>smNEW STRIP TICKETS 




100, perfect condition, ]ua» 
like cut, ■with fu<it leaver. 
Register Irwin 1 to 100,000. 

mm goo.oo 

50«Mond handtlckrt chop- 
per boiea, eacli,........$ltf. ~ 




Printodforoie attboEipi 
eltlon; have nover been 
used; 8,000 to a roll; eon.ee- 
Dtivelr numbered. Denom- 
ination*: tc, Uc, ISc. We. 
Different Colon. Price D-r 
15o Id lots of 60,000. 



INCANDESCENT LAMPS riSM^. c .r™TC; 

•ro touted end serviceable. 100 to 110 voIts.se: 250 In a barrel. 

Price eaeii -So In anal) quantities, each „.„-.-.-.«> 

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" August 11 



Wi55 CKpper'5 

;, Personalities ail 



coHcnxixo . 

STAGE FOLK and Sometimes OTHEBS 



by Josephine aao. 

They played ball! lion correctly apeak- 
In;, they played at It— the Associated Actors 
against the Amalgamated Managers; the lat- 
ter, of course, triumphantly winning with a 
score which Is still disputed— 28 to 13, 10 
to 3, and 13 to 2 being; declared by different 
exports to be correct, though most of the 
runs were doubtful. 

Incidentally, nearly $4,000 were paid In 
at the gate of the American League Park on 
Saturday, July 28, by enthusiastic "fins," 
who thus practically expressed their sym- 
pathy with the charitable object of the great 
mme. The proceeds arc to benefit the Home 
for Destitute Crippled Children. 

Mrs. A, I>. Erlanger, wife of the New York 
manager, has long been deeply Interested In 
this most deserving of charities, and It Is 
due to her efforts that the theatrical people 
In particular have been Invited, from time to 
time, to contribute toward the good work. 
Needless to My, they seldom fall to respond. 

Never before In the annals of baseball 
history has the national game been so beau- 
tifully and scientifically {Displayed Never 
before have so many and such continuous 
howls of amusement gone up from any con- 
course of fun seekers. The theatrical world 
was prodigiously represented, as moat pro- 
fessionals are now In town, getting ready 
for rehearsals. 

The game was a burlesque from start to 
finish, nil regular baseball rules being vio- 
lated according to the will of each player, 
and everything went. 

The teams, according to the programme, 
were! 

Manager*. Actor*. 

A. h. Erlanger, rf. George M. Cohan, p. 
Ham H. Harris, p. Fred Stone, c. 

Wm. A. Brady, If. Dave Montgomery, 8b. 
Tom Ryley, 8b. Nat Wills, is. 

Jack GteaaoD, c. Thomas W. Doss, If. 

Jules Hurtlg, cf. Ueorge Beban, 2b, 

Bam Scribner, 8b. De Wolf Hopper, cf. 

Alfred Aarons, lb. Chas. A. Murray, 
Edgar Selwyn, ss. Charles Gebeit, if. 
Terry McGovern, 2b. George Felix, lb. 

Umpire*— Hollls Cooley, Harry Mltteutbnl. 

There were many other willing substitutes, 
who played all over the place, wherever they 
could best fit In at emergencies. James 
Morton, Tom Lewis, Bobby Barry, Lee Har- 
rison, and other popular actors, all did tbelr 
part to push the game along. 

This amusing contest will at least prove 
that the apparently unapproachable heads of 
syndicates can doff their doublets of dignity 
and disclose another side, Indulging In fun 
and jollity— a public display wblch tbey 
usually leave to tbelr "hirelings," the stars 
and lesser lights. This was most particu- 
larly exemplified by the absolute freedom 
with which the august head of the syndicate, 
A. h. Erlanger, entered Into the sport of 
the day. He even went so far— after the 
Ihree exhibitions of boxing by experts— as 
lo engage, In the sight of an audience of 
more than three thousand, In a furiously 
funny round with Fred Stone. He worsted 
the comedian, scattering bis straws to the 
wind. This was a practical Illustration of 
the old proverb, for during the progress of 
the bout, Stone's straws showed which way 
Hie grotesque match was going. 

As the members of the press filed Into the 
front seats, It was observed that tbey care- 
fully tried the durability of the wire net- 
ting In front of them, for well they knew 
that some terrible balls would come their 
way. 

The little patch that marked the diamond 
was being sprinkled as the contestants 
marched on to the grounds. One of the 
"fans" remarked that Ibis was to chill the 
feet of tbe managers, who were to be the 
first at bat. However, if that was tbe In- 
tention, It failed, for the way Ibese august 
arbiters of theatrical fates hot-footed from 
base to base were feats thnt never again 
could be repeated. 

To distinguish them from the ordinary 
actor men, moat of the managers appeared 
on the greeu In high silk hats of rare -vint- 
ages, while 41m actors wore ibe costumes of 
their respective popular successes. 

[Manager Erlanger, who right fielded for 
his. side, wore a red cap, and played In his 
blue shirt Blccvce. He was first at bat, and 
Ills sprint to first base disclosed a rapid 
action rarely shown by those whose leg ex- 
ercise Is taken mainly between their auto- 
mobiles and office doors. 

Sam 11. Harris, of the Cohan ft Harris 
firm, was an important factor In the success 
of this charity game. He was among the 
few who played some real baseball. Pos- 
sibly he couldn't help It, for he wore tbe 
real thing by way of a regulation baseball 
suit. 

Fred Stone, tbe "straw man" of "The 
Wizard of Oi," bulged with his muni singe 
stuffing with which he has dressed his uever- 
to- be- forgot len caricature. He was one of 
tbe busiest workers ou the diamond. He 
originated the Blogau for the actors' team : 
"Come on, buys! It's our only chance lo skin 
the managers." As catcher for his aide, he 
was protected from George Cohan's scientific 
twirling by nn old parrot cage over bis head. 

Cohan pitched nil aorta of curves for the 
managers to get on lo, nml More his "Yankee 
Hoodie'' George Washington, regimentals, He 
distinguished himself by pulling a manager 
out nt first base, when, under the circum- 
stances, It would seem almost an Impossi- 
bility to get the ball there In time. Tbe 
sphere had been batted by a alow runner a 
little way Into the field, aud, being sent back 
toward first, was Intercepted by this agile 
young man, who nt the same Instant tripped 



and fell to the ground. He rolled over twice 
with the bait lo hand, then, not taking time 
to get to hla feet, he hurled It to first base 
as he lay on bis back— and a man was out 

Some of tbe best real fielding was done by 
Charles Gebest, Cohan's clever orchestra 
director. He bad stained bis face and was 
arrayed a fa John Chinaman, Id lavender 
silk. This young musician, by tbe way, baa 
materially helped tbe "Yankee Doodle" base- 
ball nine to Its championship over the "Green 
Room" team. 

De Wolf Hopper, the long comedian, batted 
with a club as tall aa himself, and about tbe 
weight of the one Goliath must have knocked 
folks over with. A "fan" remarked that It 
was probably the biggest "bat" that Hopper 
had ever been In charge of. Hit long black 
coat had tbe appearance of having been cut- 
a-way for this especial occasion, as tbe slant 
from tbe one button to the back of tbe skirt 
looked to be about three yards In length. 
Enormous white spats decorated his nimble 
feet, and an eight Inch cigar adorned his 
mouth, both at bat and white he worked over 
In the centre field, where he filled In time 
picking daisies as be awaited files In his 
direction. 



gentle reminder on bin jaw by Terrible 
Terry. Their deadly feud also ended In a 
kiss of forgiveness that wa3 Immensely funny 
to the audience. 

A score of handsome actresses and chorus 
girls, resplendantiy attired, dispensed pro-* 
grammes and peanuts at big prices. Ethel 
Levey, Truly Shattack, Mrs. Jerry Cohan, 
Hope Booth, and tbe other popular stage fa- 
vorites, emptied their capacious purses many 
times at the money drawer, for never a cent 
of change did a purchaser get back from 
these pretty women, whose temporary greed 
was displayed In tbe worthy cause of charity. 

One of the hardest workers for tbi euccess 
of the event was Eddie Dunn, representa- 
tive for Cohan A Harris. He was -omni- 
present, omntpatlent, omnlspectlve, and all 
the other omnia that combine to make bla 
well known cleverness of Immense value In 
his particular field of work. 

There _ % were scores of other bappenlngs, 
Incident to the afternoon, which were as 
funny aa here related, but space for tbem-la 
lacking. Then, too, like -the three ringed 
circus, no one person could take In the^-whole 
of the show, which will long be a most 
amusing memory. 




FRANK A. ROflDINS* SHOW CARS IN THE YARDS. 



Hollls Cooley, the umpire, came prepared 
to resist any attack that might follow bis 
decisions, Just or unjust, as tbe case might 
be. His protection consisted of a suit of 
stage armor, with the addition of a broad- 
sword big enough to Inspire terror in tbe 
heart of any dlsapprover of his umpirage. 
Instead of signalling tbe game to begin by 
the command to "play ball," he so far forgot 
his role as to call out, "high ball." Hta 
nrmor did not last out tbe game. V 

One rule of the straight game was most 1 
flagrantly disregarded when Sam Scribner, of 
the managers' team, made bis hurried run 
around the bags. Reaching second base after 
a hit that took him there, he caught the 
incoming ball on Ha return from a visit to 
the field, put It In his pocket, and continued 
bis run toward borne plate. But just within 
two or three feet of It he was beset by a 
bunch of opposing actor men, and there was 
a sensational foot ball struggle In the path, 
with Scribner the under one. Finally he 
wriggled from beneath and drew himself up 
to the plate, bodily disfigured but still on the 
diamond, with a borne run to the credit of 
the managers. 

William A. Brady temporarily forgot his 
usual dignity while racing past the bags on 
home runs. Once be tipped a foul that 
dropped back and nested In the straw of 
Stone's head piece. A lemon was the ap- 
parent result, for an Instant later tbe com- 
edian catcher was seen to be refreshing him- 
self with one. 

Nat Wills, of picturesque tramp fame, 
made a few hits that would have brought 
him more noticeably to the eye of bis audi- 
ence had be worn his character clothes. 

George Beban, made up In tbe guise of 
the Little Corporal, looked very Corel can, 
and filled In his time between balls at tbe 
second base by combing his Napoleonic fore- 
lock Into Hie position which all authentic 
portraits hove. 

The game was Interrupted by a twenty- 
minute shower, that, though wetting the 
costumes of the players, failed to dampen 
the sport, which was resumed before tbe 
rain ceased. Several more sensationally 
funny hits followed, when tbe game ended, 
after tbe third Inning, In favor of the man- 
agers. 

Joe Humphreys, tbe official announcer, 
kept tbe programme galloping along con- 
tinuously on Ua prescribed course. 

The region of the home plate was raked, 
and then, with n graphic Introduction of 
Tntsy Corrlgan and Sam Bcrger, tbe Call- 
foralau, tbe second part was begun. This 
was the first New York appearance of the 
big, good looking heavyweight who recently 
beat Champion Jack O'Brien. Tbe contest 
looked as though It were partly real and 
partly In fun. After three rounds It ended 
In fun, when the two, on bended knee, kissed 
and made up. 

Two slight youngsters, Harry Harris and 
Young Otto, followed next with a mix-up 
Ihnt, to one unaccustomed to ring sights, 
appeared to be n spurring contest between 
two lively bantam roosters. 

Young Corbett and Terry McGovern then 
sparred three rounds, while Mike Donlln, the 
big Glnnt batsman, kept time. This fight 
nlso appeared rather real at times, and once 
Don! Hi had to Interfere. He got out of the 
way In a hurry, however, after a punch In 
the region of his ribs by Corbett, and a 



EDGAR SELWVIf, 
Whose picture appears on tbe front page of 
this Issue, Is one of the most promising of 
our younger playwrights. His farce. "It's 
All \our Vault," which wbb successfully pro- 
duced at the Savoy Theatre, New York, last 
season, was so well liked by George M. Cohan 
and Bam II. Harris, that tbey signed a con- 
tract with Mr. Selwyn to produce any play 
that be may write within the next five years. 
He has already delivered to them the manu- 
scripts of "A Man of Millions" and "Tbe En- 
ergetic West," which will be produced the 
coming season. "It's All Your Fault*' will 
also be Bent on tour under tbe management 
of Barton ft Salter. Mr. Selwyn "has also wou 
fame as an actor. He bSB been leading man 
for Maude Adanin, ■ Ethel Barry more and 
Kyrle Bellew. Ills greatest success was that 
of Tony, In Augustus Thomas' "Arliona." 



Keith A Proctor'* Annonnrtmfnti. 

General Manager B.-F. Albe* »r KalOi 
ft* Proctor's enterprises, announced last ween 
that continuous vaudeville will be lnangu- 
rated at the Fifth Avenue on Sept. 17,. which 
Is the date arranged for the reopening or 
this playhouse under the new management. 

Mr. Albee had the following to say In re- 
cord to the new poller of tbeliouse : It has 
been no hasty determination on tbe i part : oi 
Mr. Keith or Mr. Proctor to present contin- 
uous vaudetllle at tbe Fifth Avenue the 
coming season. All signs Pdot # ton inost 
unusual demand for this form of entertain- 
ment, and we have no misgivings as to the 
success of the new policy from the stand- 
point of entertainment, at i *" e T« Dt * „ _. 
^"The Fifth Avenue Theatre enjoys so 
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scarcely room for doubt as to the compete 
financial triumph of the new policy- ^"fi 
the united offices tbe house will be suppnea 
with the highest dasr features. - 

"The performances will be continuous from 
the start of the matinee untUtbe^ose of 
i he evening show, and this plan will aiso 
bold good. with the continuous- concerts on 
Sundays throughout the season ^..„„ nn 

Beginning with the regular Kali season on 
Labor Day, Sept. 8, the performances at 
Keith ft Proctor's Twenty-third Street Thea- 
tre will be. changed to continuous, Including 
the Sunday concerts us well. . ... 

" On Sunday, Sept. 2, Sunday concerts wpi 
be Inaugurated at the Union Square Theatre 

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Keith A Proctor's Fifty-eighth Street Thea- 
tre to complete the changes and redecora- 
tlons of the auditorium in time for -the open- 
ing of the Fall season. Labor Day. mm. J* 
The changes In tbe Interior will Include tbe 
building of new proscenium boxes and loges 
and new reception parlors for the women. 
The color scheme of the decorations will oe 
In white nnd gold, and there will be new 
silken draperlea and hangings throughout. 

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vaudeville, two performances every day. in- 
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always prevailed at that bouse. 

There will be no changes at the One Hun- 
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and the Sunday vaudeville concerts will -be 
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lf rbe opening of Keith ft Proctor's Jersey 
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to labor night and day In order to finish the 
Imlldlug operations by that time. The enter- 
tainment will be exclusively continuous 
vaudeville. 

p« 3 ■ I 

WASHINGTON. 

Tncomn. — At the Taeoma Theatre (Chas, 
II. Herald, manager), week beginning July 
20, the Brandon Players present a new play, 
by a local author,- wblch. as yet, has not been 
named. It has been decided to allow the 
public to choose 1 lie name for the play, and 
on Friday night tbe different names will be 
read, and the one which. In the opinion of 
three Judges, chosen from the audience, re- 
ceives the most applause, will be accepted, 
nnd Its author paid *10. The Cnraall Sisters, 
who made quite a -hit here some time ago, 
returned to appear with the Brandon Ployers. 

Grand (Dean B. Worley, manager) .—Week 
beginning 30: ChnrJes A. Mason. Lew Kelly 
and company, In "The Onion Trust:" Joe 
Whitehead nnd the Grierson Sisters, Arthur 
Rlgby, Louie Pritzkow, Master Herald Hoff, 
in Illustrated songs, and the Grandlscope. 
Attendance was good. Frank Rowan is stilt 
quite 111 and unable to appear la Illustrated 
songs. 

Stab <H. M. Owens, manager).— Week be- 
ginning 30, the Allen Stock Co., In "Cedar 
Hill." 

Crystal (W. J. Tlrmnons, manager). — 
Week beginning 30: Tecbau Tavern Quar- 
tette, Little Helen, Armond Melnott, Boyle 
and Denlng, Illustrated songs by Tom I* 
Rose, and motion pictures. 

Notes. — JCdlth Moxlm Gray and her bus- 
band cave n very satisfactory and pleasing 
recital at the Taeoma Hotel recently. Their 



and Rich, Ralph Duastsn, Konowalskl Bros 
Tracey McDermott, and moving pictures. ' 

Pantaqbs' (Alex. Pantages. manager) — 
New people week of 30: Gloria Grand Con- 
cert Co., Bapbo, Wllllsm Eske, Whtstllnc 
Ahearn, Beverley aad Dsnvers, Arthur Hi- 
well, and moving pictures. 

Forkpaugu ft Sells Bnos.' Ciacus Auk 
15, 10. *" 

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INDIANA. . 




DURING ROSE STAHL'S ENGAGEMENT AT PALACE THEATRE, LONDON. 



1*1 trot To Open the Irving Plncc 
Theatre With Vaudeville. 

Richard Pltrot, tbe well known vaudeville 
agent, announced last week that be had leased 
the Irving Place Theatre, New York City, 
with tbe Intention of conducting there a 
vaudeville show. 

Mr. Pltrot stated : "Mr. Conrled says that I 
may have possession of tbe theatre the com- 
ing Fall In case be is able to get out of the 
contracts be has made with bla German 
actors for the Winter. Before he had settled 
with me he had already engaged some new 
actors and has a number of nls old company 
under contract. He must first find out If ft 
Is possible to free himself of these engage- 
ments before I know whether or not 1 can 
open the theatre this Fall. 

"In caae he docs not get out of bis obliga- 
tions to his company I will open tbe bouse 
as a continuous vaudeville theatre In the 
Spring, at the close of the dramatic Benson." 

Vmy Templeton Wedi. 

Fay Templeton, famous actress and mimic, 
has been married to a non-prof esslonnl. 

She was married on Aug. 1, to WJUInm J. 
Patterson, of Plttslmrs:, nt the home of her 
slater, Mrs. Hcrnird C. Giles, Ridley Park, a 
suburb of Philadelphia. Mr. Patterson Is 
President of the Heyl ft pa Hereon Company, 
manufacturers of convtjNstg and elevating 
machinery, and Is also Uggely . Interested In 
real eBtate In rittsburgJ^The Itev. Francis 
C. Stelnmetx, rector of Christ Church, Ridley 
Park, performed tbe ceremony, 

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Ed. H. Lester, who managed "The Street 
Singer" for B. K. Forrester last season, bas 
signed with tbe same management for the 
coming season, to handle Mr. Forrester's new 
melodrama, "A Midnight Escape." 



next appearance will be on Aug. 7 Fore- 

paugti -sells Bros.' Circus will show Aug. 17. 

On July 28, nt the Star Theatre, after 

the usual evening performance, Judge Llnck 
performed the mnrrlnce service which made 
lhiicl Roberts, leading lady for tbe Allen 
Stock Co., aud Arthur Ashley (formerly man- 
ager of the Brandon Players, but for the last 
three weeks playing the part of the villain 
with the Allen Stock Co.), man and wife. 
Marie Thompson and Verna Felton, both 
members of the Allen Stock Co., were the 
bridesmaids, nnd 11, M. Owens, manager of 
ilve Star, nnd Mr. Allen, manager of the 
company, acted as best men. An immense 
crowd witnessed the ceremony, and hundreds 
were turned away. After the wedding Mr. 
Owena gave a supper at tbe Donnelly Cafe 
for the bride and groom, members of the 
company and a few friends. The bride and 
groom nave won many friends since their 
first appearance in Taeoma. 
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Seattle. — At the Grand Opera House (John 
Port, manager) the season opens Aug. ID, 
with the Stewnrt Opera Co., In "The Two 
Roses." 

Seattle (John Cort. manager). — The 
Frawley Co. drew good bouses July 22 and 
week, In "Moths." The company closed Us 
enftagement In "Capt. Swift, 20 and week. 
Dark Indefinitely. 

Third Avenue (Russell A Drew, mnna- 

8 era). — Cbas. A. Tnylor Co. openB in "Tbe 
irl Engineer" Aug. 0. 

Star (E. J. Donellon, manager). — New 
people* week of July 30 : Budd Snyder, Skll- 
ling's Mexican Tourist Quintette, Monollta 
the Aerial Martins, Armstrong and Holly, 
Teter Dunsworth, and moving pictures, 

Orfiieum (T. J. Constdlne, manager).— 
New people week of 30: Life Root Quartette, 
Walton linger, Prior and Morris, Wilson 



Indtanapoiu. — At the Park- Theatre 
(Dickson ft TaJbott, managers) "The Fast 
Mail" opened tbe season July 30, Ana;. 1 to 
capacity business. "The Shoplifter" 2-4, "The 
Millionaire Tramp" 0-8. 

Won'dert.and. — The Flying Banvards. and 
Pain's fireworks, Tuesday and Friday nights 
drew good business last week. 

Nairbank. — Black Dike Band pleased large 
crowds last week. Creatore's Band week of 6 

White Citi. — Mile. Brachaurd and In- 
dianapolis Concert Band did fair business 
week of July BO. 

Haqknueck's Circts Augi 6. 

Notes. — Work Is progressing rapidly on 
the Oaety Theatre, which the Coluribta 
Amusement Co. baa leased. Roble's Knick- 
erbockers will be the opening attraction 
week of Sept. 3. The house- will be under 
the management of Edw. Shayne. Samrofe 
Davis, who has been with the Empire for 
several seasons, wrll have charge of tbe box 
office, and Kmll Catelano will be musical di- 
rector of the orchestra The Empire 

Theatre will open with the Twentieth Cen- 
tury Maids, week of Aug. 27, under the man- 
ngement of Chas. Zimmerman.. ..The Grand 
Opera House will inaugurate Its season week 
of 27, with a high class vaudeville hill. 
Rhafer ft Zlegler will bold forth In the mana- 
ger's office. 

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Evarmvllle. — Manager Callahan, of Oak 
Summit Park, la to have a aeries of band 
concerts, and will start with Creatore 
on Aug. 3-5. The advance sale was 
very large. The vaudeville bill for week of 
July 20 was strong, Including: Baader La- 
velle. Lillian Clifford, Master Slater, Rat 
mund and Good, the Bohemian Trio, end 
tbe klnodrome. Announcement Is also made 
of the New York Metropolitan Gpncert Band 
on Aujr. 10, 11, and the Black Dyke Band 
of Fngiand. 

Cook's Park (Harry Laurence, manager^ 
.—Bohemian Kryl's Band, week of July 20, 
drew large crowds. ^ 

N 
Usj 
for 

contemplating building flats on tbe property 
around the theatre .The People's The- 
atre was opened July 20, with "Papa's 
Boy," and a fair sized crowd attended.... 
The Grand will open In August 

9 

Lafayette. — The Family Theatre opened 
week of July SO, to tbe usual good business, 
with tbe following people: Arthur Stuart 
and Keeley Sisters, Adeie Oswald, Powers 
and Freed, Curtis Vance, and the bioscope. 

Notes. — During the engagement of tbe 
Reamon-Trto here, week of July 23, Little 
Primrose was presented with a handsome 
gold watch and bracelet. The Seamons go 
with Jule Walters* "How Hopper was Side 
Tracked" Co. the coming season. .. .Arthur 
Stuart and Keeley Sisters are putting on a 
new dancing turn which Is a great applause 
winner. They will continue In vaudeville, 
as they are booked solid for thirty weeks. 

Restorrf's Metropolitan Band gave two 

concerts, to good attendance, July 22, at 
Tecum sen. Trail Park. 



Notes. — The Wells Bijou Is rapidly near 
% completion, and the work Is being pushed 
r an early opening. Mr. Wells Is also 



Sonth Bend. — At Sprlngbrook Park Ca- 
sino (E. J. Welsh, manager), week of July 
20: McKay and Fredericks, Fredo and Dare, 
the Marvelous Howards, Famous Tourist 
Trio, Oturn Jape, and Illustrated songs and 
pictures. Big business continues. 

Note. — The Olympic Vaudeville opens 
week of Aug. 25. 

Frankfort. — At the Crystal (Cbas. 
Welch, manager) the bill for week of Aug. 
C Includes: McKee nod Van, the Seymours, 
Joan Miller, Roblllard Sisters, Chas. and 
Jennie Welch. H, F. McOmber and tbe klno- 
drome. Big houses last week. 

Buns (Laugebrake ft HufTord, managers). 
—North Stock Co. 13-18. 
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COLORADO. 



Denver. — At Elltch's Gardens (Mary 
Elitch-Long, proprietor), "If 1 Were King,'' 
lost week, with Jane Oaker and Edward 
Mackey In the leading roles, supported by 
the Bellows Stock Co. It was an excellent 
presentation, and large houses ruled. Week 
of Aug. 5, "The Manoeuvres of Jane." 

Manhattan Beacii (W. E. Hall, mana- 
ger), — "The Silver Slipper" was the theatre 
nttractlon laBt week, the Augustin Daly Opera 
Co. scoring a big hit In It, before large 
houses. Week of 5, "The CIngalee." Bertha 
Waltzlnger will take Adele Rafter's soprano 
role, MIbb Rafter's engagement having ter- 
minated. 

Eupirb (J. E. Clifford, manager).— This 
bouse closed suddenly last week. The house 
will be remodeled for the Winter season. 

Crystal (G. I. Adams, manager).— Busi- 
ness was good last week with the following 
bill : Stephen Fltzpatrlck and company, Tracy 
nnd Carter, the Dunbars, Louise Hobson and 
pictures. 

Novei.tt (Henry Lubelakl, manager).— 
Tbe bill last week drew large houses and In- 
cluded : Rube Welch and burlesquers, the 
(.regsons. Von, "The numan Rubber Man;" 
tbe Wentzes, Zalla SlBters and pictures. 

Curtis (a. R. Pelton, manager) .—Theo- 
dore Lorch and company. In "The Count of 
Monte Crlsto," was the bill last week, and 
had good business. Week of 5, "Camllle." 

Tim Tuilbries, the latest amusement gar- 
den, opened July 20. with several thousand 
In attendance. Cripple Creek capital Is back 
of tbe enterprise. The park comprises 35 
acres -and Borne $40,000 has been expended 
In improvements during thepaBt few months. 
A Bteel dancing pavilion and an air dome for 
open. air vaudeville are tbe principal attrac 
tions. 

.Noras.— The Twin McFarlane Sisters of 
this city, who are at present studying in 
Paris, have been engaged by Mr. Duff, of the 
Augustin Daly Opera Co., to take prominent 

^ita In the presentation of "The Little 
chua" this season. It is possible that the 
first presentation will be In this city, at 

Manhattan Beacb Mrs. Otis Spencer, 

°f tbls city, who appeared 'n vaudeville on 

SB 0r P c *"m circuit last season, will be with 

The Maid and the Mummy" this season, 

and will come to tbe Tabor week of Nov. 25. 

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MONTANA. 



Butte — At tbe Grand Opera House (Dick 
P- Button, manager), week of July 29, Lulu 
button nnd ber company, In "The Church 
Across the Way," filled the house every night. 
The \\eber Family of Acrobats, Carl Bros., 
and May Howe proved excellent as vaude- 
ville numbers. 

FoiusPAtmn ft Sbllh Bbos.' Circos, July 
-'0, gave two performances. Crowds bod lb 
be turned away. 

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J. Pehnard DXIITN AND JAS. M. WABD 

visited the Actors' Fund Home, at West 
Brighton. S. I.. July 20. There are at pres- 
ent uiirty-one former sctors and actresses at 
the home, with room for twenty-nine more. 
Among the Interesting features Is a frame 
containing the pictures of a thousand pro- 
fessionals who have passed away. It was 
6 resented to the home by Col. T. Allston 
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Uaua gPWe and minstrel D ^ c ,- Glr 

— ' ' weeks' engagement at the Gran Cafe Varie- 

Notm raOH Ontario Beach, N. Y.— dadea. Havana, Cuba, as Is also Modi Trap*, 

James Bcardon, proprietor or tbe Casino whirlwind dancer. We are enjoying our- 

and Auditorium Theatres, was surprised on selves, and hope to receive the dear old 

the night of July 23, when, at the cloae of Clipper." 

IS performance, he was uahered into the re- H mount and Paolettb write: "We 

cent ion room, where covers were set for sev- leased the Grand Theatre, at Findlay, O., 

eniy-flve persona. Mr. lteardoo was pre- j>iiy 18, and will run vaudeville the same as 



, Everybody bad an enjoyable time, and play the best In vaudeville this coming sea 
dancing ond feativitieg continued until 5 a. m>d. The house will probably be on a clr- 

■n.oi^ov Amons I! cult," 

Press Eldridge was a Clipper caller last 
week, having arrived here from his vacation 
tour of Europe Tuesday, July 24. Mr. Eld- 
rldge will be the leading feature with the 
Al. U. field Minstrels the coming season. 

Clarice Vance opened her season in 
vaudeville at the Brighton Beach Mualc Hall 
on Aug. 6, closing May 30, 1(KI7, after which 
Alio intesda Bailing for London, to open at 
the Palace Mualc Hall on June 3 following. 
It haa been erroneously reported that ane 



4 "Tuesday. Among those present were 
Mr and Mra. Reardon, Mr. and Mrs. Kane, 
fit and Mrs. Bcanlon and Miss Scanlon, Mr. 
and i Mm O'Dm, H. A. Campbell, Wm J. 
bwver II. Smith, Cbas. Connolly, U. Martin, 
Sirs and Miss Attrldge, Mlas Arthurs, J. 
Farley Mr. Harper, F. Ott (manager of the 
Auditorium), Gene Begue, Mrs. Waters, H. 
Uovnlban, Mike Donovan, Mae Wilson, Mies 
Francis Dorothy and many others. Every- 
body waa called upon for a speech or story, 
and a great many laughs were the result. 
The committee of arrangements were: II. 
Campbell, Henry Smith, J. M. Scaalan and 

LiLLiANKRANKLiN played the Novelty The- 
atre Denver, Col., week of July 10; week of 
July 23. the Palm Theatre, Cripple Creek, and 
week of July 30, the Novelty Theatre, Victor, 
Col 

Tub team of Blssett and Winters have 
separated. Sid Winters and Soldier Tom 
Wilson, formerly Fltzslmmons' sparring part- 
ner, have Joined hands, and will be seen In 
vaudeville. ^_ _ _ . 

liusNS akd Finn, comedy boxers and bag 



Artulb Ashton and Rosa Martins write: Habbt Botter and company, having fin- 
not with Hulbard & Decker'* Ished their park time, played Pastor's week 
- of July 30. Their act, "A Matrimonial Bill- 
iard," from the'peu *>* Edward McWade, has 
proven a remarkable laugh producer. 

Tub Great Howard, character change per- 
former, closed on the Brooks vaudeville circuit 
at the new Grand Theatre, Hammond, Ind., 
and Btatea that he made quite a hit, getting 
a very nice letter from Harvey Brooks at the 
closing performance on July .:t. He Jolne.l 
it Downeiac, 
Ham 
FltW 

Halt akd O'Brien write: "We have signed 
with John Grieves' Parisian Belles for the 
season, Mlas O'Brien to play Irish girl, and 
Mr. Daly, bell hoy. We will arrive In New 
York Aug. 0," 

The Great Kins-Xers opened at the 
Baker Theatre, Portland. Ore., July 30, with 
the Astoria Theatre, Astoria, to follow. 

Bert Howei states be has signed with HI 
Henry's Minstrels for tbe coming season. In- 
troducing his novelty act, tbe funny "Hey, 
Rube." Ho is now with Hnrgrenves' Circus. 

W. Omer IIedert, pianist, writes from 



seated with a beautiful watch and chain and before, three shows, and four on Saturday, tbo Jubilee Musical Comedy Co., at Downglac, 
ud Eagle ring byhls employes an djpe rfornv Business is better than before; and we will Mich., under tbe management of William 



it nns oeen erroneously reponea mat sue . *■■ "■".■■" """' i ■■■■■ y i ,".*■"-■.,, 

would be with "The Circus Queen,'* but it Valleyfleld, Can. : "I just arrived from Paris, 

is Beatrice Vance who goes with that com- Fr.. after a stay of three montha, visiting 

pany the principal cities of Europe, and will go 

Tub Banta Bnos. and Vox Dell have dl§- back to New York, after a few days' rest at 

solved partnership. Harry Von Dell has my home." 
joined handa with the Five Nobbcs. Homes and Lewis, comedy acrobat*, are 

After a serious IIIWE. lasting eighteen now on the Jones & O'Brien and Bijou clr- 

montbs, Lllla Brennan, of tbe team of Ucfirge cults. 



and Lllla Brennan, baa fully recovered her 
health, and will return to work tbe coming 
season. She waa taken 111 while playing in 
Philadelphia with the New York Stars, In 
March, 1H05. The Brennana have signed 
with M. M. Thelte's High School Girls Co., 



UUB.io mmm » '"'■' T" „ — *. >fL~i__ i»„„i- WHO. M. M, lUL'ltt 1 8 11 IKU DCOOU1 UIIIS * W., 

punchers, played Delmllnga Casino, RMk- making their third season out of fbe past 
Sway Beach, with good success, week or Ju y fi B( £ aona un(ler Manager TUelae's manage- 
16 On July 20 Harry Burns celebrated his 
twenty-Ant birthday, and writes "■ 



that he 

never J feU*"betteV"in nis life, as tie bell rang 
In his birthday. They have good work booked 

joe' P. Mack, formerly of Mack and Walsh, 
writes: "This la my tenth week with De 
Land's American Minstrels, and my new 
act is going big. I close with this company 



Manager TUelae's manage- 
ment. 

Eltinoe, after a successful tour of tbe 
foreign cities, has signed a contract with 
tbe Lole Fuller Co., to appear abroad In an 
all star vaudeville company, which wilt tour 
the music halls and gardens of Luierae and 
Italy. In August he is to be a headllner 
at La Marigny Theatre, Paris. 

Bending Bonda Is In his seventh week on 



Bert Marshall, black face monologue 
comedian, played the week of July 22 at 
Wheeling Park, Wheeling, W. Va., and was 
reengaged for another week later In tbe 
season. 

At,. Borke has Joined hands with Giadya 
Irving, the mechanical doll, and the team 
will be known, starting Aug. 0, as Latrlsca 
and Burke. They have a lot of good book- 
ings and a few cTera for burlesque, which 
they will think over. 

Jas. E. Emerson, baritone, has signed 
with John W. Vogel's Big City Minstrel* for 
the coming season, as Interlocutor and solo- 
ist, this being bis second season with that 
company. 

Lb Vard's "Holiday in Dixie" company 



Tub Wiioht Huntington Stock \.o. 

closed a successful Summer season of twelve 
weeks nt Fall Blver, Mass., July 21. Harry 
S. Htdileld was Immediately engaged for the 
J. Frank Burke Stock Co., at Sheedys The- 
atre, for the rest of the Summer, opening 
with them on July 80. 

KATHEniNH Bell has signed to appear 
under the Klrke La Shelle management, as 
Molly Wood, the school teacher heroine,. In 
•The Virginian." Miss Bell supported 
Biancho Walsh last season, and was promi- 
nent In the caat of "The Olrl With the 
Green Eyes," when Clara Bloodgood waa the 
star. 

FuJi-Ko, a Japanese actress, arrived here 
last week, two months ahead of scheduled 
time. According to her manager, she left 
London literally at an hour's notice. She 
was rehearsing at tho Empire In London, pre- 

fiaratory to her appearance there, when she 
earned of the serious Illness of a friend In 
New York. She bad Just time to reach tbe 
boat. Fujl-Ko will remain here until the 
Fall, and before her return to Europe will 
be seen In her one act play, "The Love of 
a Geisha." 

Powers and Tiieodald, after a long sen- 
con in vaudeville, returned to New York 
Aug. 0, being engaged by Qua Hill for one 
of ills musical productions the coming sea- 
son. Dolip Theobsld will appear as n doll 
comedienne, and Howard Powera as mana- 
ger of tbo some production. 

Duncan Pkhwarukk has been engaged for 
tbe lend In "As Told in tbe Hills,' 1 to open 
Aug. '26. 

. ItKRSiu Leh Dean will play Alice with 
Rowland * CHQTord'a "Dora Tborne" Co., 
opening Aug. 11. 

Henry P. Nelson, for several yeara with 
popular priced melodramas, hns forsaken that 



Held, and signed with the Mlttenthal llroa. 
as prlnclpnf comedian with their mimical 
comedy, ''Lovers ond Lunatics," In support 
of Joe Morris, 

Mr. ani> Mns. Henry Testa are Summer- 
ing at En*t Stroudsburg, Pa. They have 
signed with the Popular Amusement Co., 
MIhs Boycr to be featured In soubrettc roles, 
and Mr. Testa to act ns stage director. 

It run Carutfi has Joined a stock company 



Sept Id. to Join the Valadons' Itlalto Gaiety th ™ D " G SK^ nark 3i2H lie states »' "W «»««* J*°P le »■» *» one ot tne tLflt ■ t0 P' 8 ' a Mt ? f B U , , m ! nr . d ■>'*" /°r ! 
nfiia We are playing through 1'ennsy - J5!*°£! at h « m P lr l JZiZ, S„ cu iLJ ie ^.° Thf finest on tbe roadVwlth brass bnnd and or- short season over the Wells-Dunne-IlRrlan 



flL for the flnsst on tbe road, with brass 



vanla, *&TnQ5FG5*mM&&*m "wl- J^ t , n J BP Xn a wlth Ve s t /ec| I n r i ^erv^stam chestnl"" The" Octoroon Zouaves have been circuit" prior to' the regulnr '"season. Mr. 

come'' SS .^ ™™^»,i w i „„i p S«« tl thtflMtWmM specially engaged. Manager Darwla C. Hawa Coruth will be seen In New York tho coming 

« m ^.. ~ .. ^1,1 fa. tWPtwJi™ «*. "j! n K!JK2 ln Ve7xM«S^ is P not sparing time or money. season, in a play that will shortly bo an- 

*°" t ZESm ei P ect8 ine a " l0 De a Tub Great Bay Gaspard Is rehearsing his flounced. 

s tiiiniv 4 vitPfl informs uh that he has "«» 'cycle act, whlcn will be on the comedy Josepii Harris has been engaged to play 

folh ^recovered f from a severl illness, h! order, 'but the costume and style Is out or the leading heavy role In Harry D. Carey's 

ana\l 8 e w7fe r nive%Vd K'summers^ock the ordinary, and it Includes some dare devil » 

Co. for an extenslvo engagement, as one of comeay rai s 

the vaudeville features. 



Zena Keife is booked for thirty-five weeks 
on the Keith circuit. She Is also to appear 
with the Albec Stock Co. 

Bbn Bigos has signed with tbe Yankee 
Doodle Glrla Co. for the coming season, and 
is putting on all the songs for the company. 

Maioh O'Lauohlin baa returned from the 
coast, after playing fourteen weeks on the 
Considlne & Sullivan circuit, and Is now 
playing Summer parka. 

Opel, novelty Juggler, writes that he 1b In 
bis Blxth week with the Unique Floating 
Theatre In his act, and making good. Pre- 
vious to this engagement he played fifteen 
weeks with Sanford & Robinson's Entertain- 
ers. The Floating Theatre, he adds. Is meet- 
ing with success, now playing in Kentucky. 

Ida Crispi will appear three weeks in 
vaudeville, and will Introduce another ec- 



Pearl Livingston, soprano Blnger, has 
signed with Hurtlg tc Seamon for tbe coming 
season, and not lor leading boy with W. B. 
Watson's Orientals, as was recently stated. 

Geo. Searcy Is in bis fourth week with 
the Slater Stock Co., doing bis specialty, and 
Is meeting with gratifying success. 

Notes from Achart's Comedians (under 
canvas) .—Our big vaudeville acts and marine 
band are making good all nlong the line, 

§ laying to packed tent every night, except 
undny*. We will remain in Indiana and Ohio 
centric dance and a Drana new aiixy ior ner for the tenting Beneon, going South for the 

'" Winter. Tbe company is owned by the King 
■ ~ | but is under the direction of 



continuous dates, before beginning rehearsals 
with Chas. B. Dillingham's company. 

A correspondent informs us that J. H. 
Smith, manager of Beach & Bowers' Min- 
strels, saved a young woman recently from 
being run down by a cable car, In Chicago. 
The young woman said her name was Helen 
Avery, from Mcndota, 111. 

Carleton Macy and Maude Hall Inform 
us that they have captured another hit in 
their "Magpie and the Jay," which they 
tried out at Proctor's. Newark, N. J., a week 
ago. They are filling up their time In 
amazingly short order, and will be seen again 
In many ot the larger cities where they 
made themselves popular last year. 

Lena La Couvier has signed for the com- 
ing season with Manager Sam Scrlbner, to 
piny tbe leading roles with the Gay Maa- 
queradera Co. 

Salmon and Chester, the Australian duo, 
open at Butte, Mont., Aug. 4, on the Sulli- 
van & Considlne circuit. They have Just 
concluded a successful tour of tbe Keith 
circuit. 

Notes from the Great Batmond Co.— 
We played Green Boy, Wis., week of July 
_-... C2j >».. Herald 



Chemical Co., — 

Dr. V. Carlon Aekart. Everybody well. Long 

live "The Old Reliable." 

Gartelle Bros, write: "After playing two 
weeks In Los Angeles, we went to San Fran- 
cisco for July 16. and were Bent back to Los 
Angeles on account of the big hit we had 
made. The weather is fine out here, and The 
Clipper Is more than welcome, although a 
little late." 

'Murtha asd Hoby write that they are 
meeting with great success all over tbelr 
route. Mr. Hoey Is winning his audience 
with bis latest success, "He Gave Hla Life 
for Uncle Sam," taking encores nightly, 
while tbe dancing of John Murtha la a de- 
cided hit 

Georgia Gardner and Joseph Maddern 
take up their long list of bookings, which 
carry them up to May, 1907, beginning at 
Keith & Proctor'B Union Square, Hew York 
City, Aug, 13. Following the next week at 
Pastor's, they go West to play the entire 
Western circuit of theatres, returning East 
In the Winter and Spring to complete a tour 
of the Keith circuit. Both Miss Gardner and 



Notes mou Bitches & Hollow ay Com- 
edy Co. — We still continue to do big busi- 
ness. Clever Conkey, a one time former 
partner of Mr. Holloway, paid him a short 
visit at Edgar, and bad a pleasant tnlk over 
old times. Ed. Montella Just Joined, and Is 
doing n good contortion act. Chester Boy 
Is still making a hit with his barrel and 
cross Juggling. Tbe Harts, John and Lillian, 
are winning favor everywhere In their nu- 
merous sketches. 

" morldlf P layers, 

Lai: ha Biogar has taken a mortgage for 
$215,000 on the Bijou Theatre, Pittsburg, 
and In tbe settlement of tbe entire estate she 
will get about $500,000. 

Maude Fealy will open her starring tour 
In "The Illusion of Beatrice," at Wllkes- 
Barre, Pa., sk-pr. IS. 

Wu. Coubtleioh will be In Marie Cahlll's 
support in "Marrying Mary," which opens 
at Daly's Aug. 27. 

Harrison Grby 1'iskk has engaged Jennie 
Relffarth for Bertha Kallch's company. 

Edmond Rostand has written a blank 
verse comedy drama for Eleanor Uoubod, and 
Louis A. Parker will make the translation. 
The title Is "Tbe Lady of Dreams," and tbe 
play wni be produced at the Liberty The- 
atre New York, In January. 

Willis P. Sweatnam will appear In 



Montana. 

Harry Knapp plays the heavy In Cbns. II. 
Ynle's "The Way of the Transgressor" tho 
coming sen son. 

Clair Tittle 1b passing her vacation at 
her home, Berlin Heights, O.. and umeng tho 
Islands of Lake Eric, cruising on tho yacht, 
Oaprey, belonging to her brother. Dr. Tuttle. 

Jeannettb and Maroaret Johnson hove 
Just closed a fifty weeks' engagement with 
the Century Stock, and left tor New York, 
for rehearsals, July 80, with one of Ed. It. 
Salter's "A Mad Love" companies. 

Julian Kked, upon, bis leaving Proctor's 
One Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Street Thea- 
tre Stock Co., July 14, was presented, by tbe 
members of the company, with n gold wntch 
charm and fob, suitably Inscribed. Mr. Heed 
had been connected with the Proctor stock 
companies continuously tor live years. 

J. Bebnaud Dyllyn, who ailed a success- 
ful engagement of thirty-three weeks with 
"The Earl and the Girl" Co., last season, Is 
visiting In New York. 

Max Oaiiriel, formerly well known as 
lender of the orchestra at Kostcr & Dial's 
(Thirty-fourth Street). Is touring Germany 
with bis own musical farce comedy company, 
presenting "The Man from Maxim's." Mr. 
Gabriel Is also tho lessee and manager of the 
Comedy Theatre, In Antwerp. 

Gkhtrude Coohlan and Auoustus Pitou 
Jr. were married In a small Michigan town, 
on July 1, and the marriage was kept secret 
until ItiBt week. 

Al. TsAiiEttK has just returned to New 
York from Kansas City, Mo., where he has 
been visiting his parents and ills old home. 



appear 
"George Washington Jr." next season, In the 

part played by Harry Montgomery, who will He will immediately begin rehearsals for "A 

play Mr. Sweatnam s role In 'The County Southern Vendetta, which be will manage, 

Chairman," under the direction of Oliver Morosco, atar- 

Florencb Rockwell has signed with ring Mr. Trahern's wife, Jennie Mae Hall. 

Cohan & Harris for three years, and will The season will open at I'blladclphln on Aug. 

support Thomas W. Ross. ¥t. Mr. Trahern has written all of the mu- 



lt;, to very good business. The Herald Mr Maddern received tempting offers of en- Walter Pulitzer is arranging to give a slcal numbers which will ha Introduced in 
Square Comedy Four Quartette Joined ua eag ementa In the dramatic field, which, how- series of matinees of one act plays In the tbe production. 

here for a Bpeclal three weeks engagement. ever tney dec i iD ed, owing to the demand for Fall. "That Duel," with Izetta Jewell In Hap Ward's new musical skit for next 
May Angell, character change act, joins here tb appearanceB f this talented duo Invar J - 
Saturdny. MibS Angell introduces a decided 
novelty with her Illustrated songs and a 
moving picture chorus for each song. Mr. 
Hosklns, our business manager, la m Chi- 
cago, getting thlngB in shape for our No. 2 
show, which opens about Sept. 1, Mrs. Hos- 
klns leaves Monday for an extended visit to 
ber parents In Boston, Mass. 

Jack Gardner has established a home at 
Toledo. O. He haB recently become a mem- 
ber of tbe local yacht club. 

Jas. Dalton and Clara Boyle, who were 
to open at the Wocadero Theatre, Chicago, 
July 22, had to cancel the date on account 
of the Illness of Clara Boyle, who Is at 
present In St Joseph's Hospital. 

Great Db Vilhis writes : "I closed on the 
Casino Park circuit in the South, with big 
success, at Nashville, Tenn., July 22, and 
opened July 23, at Coney Island. Cincinnati, 
for three weeks. My ladder act baa been 
well received for twenty-two weeks in the 



the appearanceB of this talented duo la vaude- 
ville. 

John McMauon, high diver, mourns the 
loss of blB wife and Infant son, Mrs. Fran- 
ces McMabon died on July 27, at the home 
of the Taylor Twin Sisters. 

R. Lb Ror Hooper and Hanoiu Delahoyde 
were married in Chicago on June 27. Tho 
team will be known rs the Hoopers. They 
expect to spend a month or two In Chicago, 
tfter which thev wilt enter vaudeville In a 
new skvtch, entitled "The Poisoned Drink." 
Mrs. Hooper will oppear as a leading lady 
aad souhrette, and Mr. Hooper sa tbe "Silly 
Boy.*' They expect to commence their vaude- 



the principal part, Is among the announce- 
ments. 

Eldbbdob, Meakin & Co. have concluded 
arrangements with Itutb Eldredge to star her 
In a new romantic drama, "The Maequo of 
the White Rose," by James MacArthur, who 
also dramatized "The Bonnie Briar Bush," 
and now has a dramatization of "Pilgrim's 
Progress," to be produced In October. Miss 
Eldredge has, we are Informed, achieved an 
enviable reputation on the road, playing such 
characters as ItOBallnd, In "As You Like It;" 
"Thelma," etc MIbb Eldredge haa also On- 
lahed ber new play, founded or the life of 
Mirabeau, which Eldredge, Meakin & Co. will 



ville work early in September, over the lead- present In New York early In December. 



South. 

good Impression there. 

Notes from Y. C Alley's Minstrels.— 
We closed our season July 22, at Glendale 
Park, 'Nashville, Tenn., to big buBlnesB. 
Cause of closing was" that the members were 
called to rehearsals for the Pall and Winter 
season, as follows: Billy Beard, Billy Morris 
end Tommy Crawford go with Haverly'a Min- 
strels ; Gov. Bowen and Walter Wolfe, with 
Gorman Bros.' Minstrels; Pete Mannus, with 
Bryant's Minstrels: De Villas, with Guy 
Bros.* Minstrels; Sid Levey, with Vogel's 



lng clmiltB. 

"v. K Wu.. 

take up the arrangements of hh road shows. 
Jeanette Dupre. his wife, is summering at 
Asbury Park, nnd will stay there for the rest 
of the Summer. 

Tub TAYLon TwfN Sisters nrrlvefl home 



Harry Dull has engaged George Fletcher 
as musical director, Thomas Conner*, and 
.tllce and Bessie Hamilton for the Four 
Huntings. The company opens season about 
Sept. 1. -^r 

John Dolan, brother of Mrs. Byron 
Spaun, died July 11, from dropsy. Interment 



and my comedy wire act has left a trom p milInifl( j u i y fi a ft er filling a success- woa in the family plot at Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

inrsuclnn t-ht»r» " >..i * —.in. rn..,— D..i.iii n n.a Thin !■ rho aatTintf hri-it-her Xfra Rruiiin hay 



J A i-. Ill I IIIIUUUI, |#U1J 11> ant. miiiu^ u - 

ful engagement with Clrco Publilones. 

Tim Four Foros, afters-a continuous sea- 
son of sixty-four weeks, enjoyed their first 
week's rest recently, which they spent at 
their Summer home at Bensonhurst. Then 
they were headllners at Proctor's Xowark 
Theatre, and opened a three weeks' engage- 
ment at Hommeratcln's July 30, after which 
they will take a three weeks' vacation. Max 
and Edwin Ford will go to Mt. Ciemens and 
Saranac Lake, respectively. They open about 
the second week In September, and are 



.-.■.•_■. ..*.^.„. . — , m, — - rf , -• ," iue wtvuu weir* m dvihehiiw , out* on 

Minstrels. J. C. Murphy remains at home DOoked HoMd for fifty-eight weeks, which In 
until September. The above gave good satis- ". 
faction at all the Southern parks they ap- 
peared In, and business proved good. 

The Tally-Ho Duo have just closed over 
Weller & Gladlng's circuit of parks. 

Mundane Phillips informs us that she 
was granted a divorce from Klnsel Pesrce 
on June 13. 

Thb Braden Entertainers closed their 
tenting season at Cressona, Pa., July 17. Mr. 
Braden has taken charge of the Auditorium. 
at Menlo Pork, Pa. This, our correspondent 
atatea, Is one of the most beautiful parks In 
Eastern Pennsylvania. It contains twenty- 
nine acres, with a mile of boating. All sorts 
of amusementa are furnished. 



eludes two trips over the Orpheum circuit. 
This will make their fourth engagement to 
the const since their present act has been 

E resented, they having played a return trip 
oth as an Individual act and as a fenture 
of the Orpheum Show last season. Tbe act 
Is one of tbe greatest dancing carnivals that 
has ever been introduced. Efforts are being 
made to secure them for London, Eng., at 
what they state Is the highest salary ever 

f liven to nn American act of this nature, and 
f tbelr tfme In this country can be arranged 
tatlsfartorlly they will be seen in Europe 
before ninny months pnss. 

'Jim D'Arvilxb Sisters (Jeaonette and 
Ir.'iifi. the French comedy fencing glrla, are 



This Is the second brother Mrs. Spaun. haa 
lost within tbe post year. 

Elizabeth Tallor will be seen next sea- 
son In Lorta J. Howard's version of "The 
Iron Mask," a dramatization of Alexander 
Dumas' famous story, "The Man In tbe Iron 
Mask." Tbe company is equipped with flvo 
new sets of scenery and a big line of print- 
ing. It will tour tbe West and Northwest, 
under the direction of K. W. Crosby, with T. 
J. Richards in advance. 

Harry Blondelle writes : "I bnve been 
over In England, but am *ttlll In tbe game, 
and will produce a new and up-to-date musi- 
cal comedy In the middle West, opening In 
September for forty-two weeks. Time Is all 
booked. I nm in good voice, and have orig- 
inated some new dances. Will have a com- 
pany of thirty people." 

Tin: Roueks Brothers' season will open 
Aug. 30, at Atlantic City, for three nights, 
with New York to follow for two weeks. Tho 



season Is called "Not Yet, But Soon." and 
this well known comedian will introduce It 
to the public at the Globe Theatre, Boston, 
Sept. 3. A return to the style of entertain- 
ment that made "A Pair of finks" and "The 
Floor Walkers" bo popular, Is the principal 
feature of this new offering, tbe scenes of 
which are laid In a sanitarium. 

alpihb Stock Co. Notes. — ThU company 
opened July 10, under the management of 
Carlos Inskeep. So far buslneas has been ex- 
ceptionally good. Our repertory Is of the 
very best plays procurable. The roster Is as 
follows : Inskeep & Ez2cl, proprietors : Carlos 
Inukeep, manager : B. li. Ezzcl, director ; 
Win. Walmaley, advance; James McNamcc, 
stage manager; Frank Walmaley, properties; 
Goida Zone, Irene Woodvlllc, Mary Orth, May 
Warren, Hazel Potter, John Myllc, Walter 
Frailer, Baby Frances, and tbe acting bull 
dog, "Major/' The vaudeville feature* are : 
Goida Zone, Mylle and Orth, Frank Walma- 
ley, and the Alpine Quartette. 

Ihaubllh Turner closed with North Bros.' 
Co,, at Champaign, 111., July '22, and Is spend- 
ing her vacation on the Shawano Lakea, 
Wis. She will Join Nick Russell's company, 
at Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 20, to be featured in 
lending roles. 

CoitAlRK and Mirh Ilawr write: "After 
working fourteen months as one of the vaude- 
ville feature acts with tho Lorno Klwyh Co., 
wo closed at Rutland, Vt., .Saturday, July 
21, and left for Auhlnnd, Wis., to Join Tom 
Marks' Stock Co., to do our specialty nud 
play roles." 

Manaoer Wm. J. McTnttrr, of Bergen 
Beach, N. Y., writes: "Tbe Hal Clnrendou 
Stock Co., at the Casino here, has been n 
big success. We are playing to capacity at 
every performance, We are producing the 
best ploys that money can buy. Last week, 
'The Village Parson ;' thin week, 'Tho Peni- 
tent,' and the week following, 'Tho Parish 
Priest' " 

Notes Fnost tub OAnnETT-WoLTZ Stock 



Notes troh tub 3an Francisco Opera 
Co., Frank W. Healy, proprietor nnd mana- 
ger, Riverside Park, Boise City. Ida.— ThlB 
opera company, composed for the most part 
of members of the late Tlroll Opera House, 
San Francisco. Cal., just closed a most suc- 
cessful engagement of eight weeks at the 
Grand Opera House, Seattle, Wash., which 
theatre had been leased for the Summer by 
Rufiiell & Drew. Bo pronounced was the bit 
made by the company that Russell A Drew 
have decided to build a permanent home for 
the company In Scnttle. Tbe San Francisco 
Opera Co, is nt present engaged at the River- 
side Park, Boise City, where they will remain 
for four weeks, after which they will take to 
the road until such time as will be necessary 
to remodel the building that Is to house them 
In Seattle. Tbe roster of tbe company is na 
follows : Frank W. Haley, proprietor and 
manager; George Knarston, treasurer; George 
l'ocn^master of tranBnortatlon ; Teddy Webb. 
stDgeMllrcctor; Mclvln Stokes, assistant Btnge 
director; Mrs. McNeill, wardrobe mistress; 
Robert Mlnett, master mechanic, and Edward 
Buecbner, musical director ; Harry Wood 
Brown, Bert Brndloy, George Kunkel, Ed. 
Metcalfe, Flo. Barnes, Aldn Hemml, Amy 
l^lcester, Hazel Aubrey, Florence Booth, Nel- 
lie Chick, Stella Grey. Virginia Grey, Lenore 
Butler. Vlvn McNeill. Eugenie Ormonde, 
Frieda Wisher, tleneo Gentry, Violet Wood, 
Alice Ward, Nelll La Tour, George Atnsn, 
Frank Bertrand, Geo. Ellsworth. Jos. Leh- 
inann. George Poets, Mclvln Stokes, Martin 
Mellor, Jas. Forrell, Eugene Ammand and 
Unman Johnston, 

Ueii. A. Cini.ns and Bnt'LAH GuiiN are en- 
gnged with the Myrtle Vinton Co, tor the 
coming season, to support Mlia Vinton, in 
repertory. 

John McMiiitrik has signed with Jules 

Murray lo play the lend In "Her Own Way." 

Theodore Iu.mii.tun la engaged for Oscar 

Dane's new version of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. 

Hydo." 

J. R Dodhon lias been engaged to support 
Clara Bloodgood next season. 

Henrietta Croruan wilt appear next sea- 
son In "All-of-a Sudden Toggy." by tirneat 
Denny, In which Marie Tempest lias been 
very successful In London. The bcrbou will 
open Sept il, lu Newburg. N\ Y. 

Mllk. Daxib, nlso known ns Ln Belle 
Hassle and Lc Domino Rouge, lias been en- 
gaged by Oscar Hammerstcin as the premiere 
ilniiNCUSO of hla Manhattan Opera House, New 
York. 

Helen Uolmeh has been engaged as lead- 
ing woman for Mnx Flgmnn. 

"Wanted— A Ciiapehun." a Chrtptmna 
story, by the Into Paul l^lceater Ford, has 
been dramatised by George Hnsletun, and 
the production will be made In the Fall, with 
Violet Houck lu the leading role. 

Addison IIckkhaiit Is a r Fanning "The 
Blue Moon" for tbe local stage. Jns, T. 
Powers Ib to be the star. 

Lillian Cohhin will lie In the cast of 
"The Virginian," at the Academy of Mualc, 
New York, Aug. 0. - 

Florence RuuvnTs wilt Include In her 
surmort next Benson: Charles Kent, C. Jay 
Williams, Lucius HcnderHon, Harry I*vinn, 
Gregory Itodscrs, Ruth Allen, Virginia Brls- 
sac, Mary Ihvyer, Florence Ilobiusun and 
Fanny Cannon. 

Mario Majehoni wilt play the title role In 
"The Prince of India," when It is presented 
nt tho Broadwny Theatre, New York, Sept. 
'24. 

James K. IIackbtt sailed for Europe July 
2f>. Ho announced Mint In future Lew Fields' 
Theatre would bo known us the Huckelt The- 
nh-c. The sonaon will open Aug. !IT, with 
"The Little Stronger." Howard Gnrrctt nnd 
the original English cornpuny will be brought 
over. 

Waoeniials & Kehi'er hnvo nrranged with 
Mnrletta llolley for the dramatlxutlou of her 
"Hniiinnlba" stories, 

R D. Price has been made general htisl- 
neHH manager of tbo Interstutu Amusement 
Co. 

Ralph Kellahd, of David Warfleld's com- 
pany, Is nt ltockaway, L. I., the guest of bis 
aunt, Mrs, Philip Htncoro, where ho will re- 
main until iliu reopening of "Tho Music 
Master," at the UIJuu, this city, on Satur- 
day, Sept. 1. 

From tub Firm op Siiipman.— The big re- 
ceipts and splendid performances given by 
EriH'Mt rlhlpman's "When ICiilghthooil Waa In 
Flower" Co. Inst season were largo factors 
In opening the doors in tho principal cities 
for the forthcoming tour of Grace Mcrrltt, 
who Is to star ln this piny. In two days 
time tho remarkable recurd of tbo following 
cities were booked, and are now contracted 
for: Now York. Brooklyn, Syracuse, Rocliefl- 
ter, Buffalo, Tomato, Cleveland, Detroit, 
Pittsburg. Cincinnati, Chicago, St. LouIh, 
Omaha, St, Paul nud Minneapolis. Anna 
Day, who la to star In the Southern com- 
pany of "When Knighthood Was In Flower," 
Is concluding u pleasant visit of four weeks' 
vacation at Saranac Lake, N. Y. 

B. F. Ellhiihuht hns succeeded O. C. Riley 
aa manager of the Musonlc Theatre at Iron- 
ton, O. 

Tim White City; Quartette hns Joined 
W. ']'. Mann, of Clilcugo, In "The Cow 
Puncher." 

Edward a. Kuadbn's Plans. — Charlotte 
Walker has signed a five years' contract with 
Mr. Brudcn, to play the principal parts ln life 
productions.* She hns sailed for Galveston, 
Tex., where she will upend her Mummer va- 
catlop. Mlsa Wnlker will return to New York 
on Aug. 20, In time for rehearsals of Louis 
Evan Khlpmnii's new play, "On Parule," in 
which hIiu Is to have tb» principal part, that 
of Constance L'lnckticy, n Virginia girl of the 
war time, lStYt. The first of Mr. Braden's 
companies to bo called for rehearsals In "The 
Gingerbread Man," the dnto for which is 
.Monday, July BO. Within ten days there- 
after 'The Mnn and the Aiigel" Co. and "On 



principals are : Marlon Stanley, Resale Do Co.— We opened our Bummor engagement nt 
Vole, Joale Intrepid I. .Sadie .areen, Lillian. Whlte n 8prfngiL Khu Jujy 23. to ; jmcked bual- 



Drew Simmons writes: "I have been en- playing special engagements this Summer. 
Joying quiet life in Texas since closing last Thev arc oleo featuring "The French Female 
season, and look forward with pleasure to 
tne coming of Saturday, aa that's the day 
we get The Clipper down here. I have 
signed with Gertrude Ewlng for the coming 
sen son, to do my specialty. Wc open In 
August, In Missouri." 

■ Edwin Dicby, pianist, opened Monday, 
July 80, at Ammeda Park, Butler. Pa. 



In the Case" with the greateat of success. 
Tlicv will appear RaBt aoen. 

John and Mamie Conroy, comedy singing 
and dancing team, are now la tbelr tenth 
week on tbe Frank Melville park circuit, 
meeting with big success. Mr. Conroy has 
received several offers to enter musical com- 
edy next season, and they may be found ln 



Mat Wagner, after playing a long series gome productions. 
of date? In tbe middle West, has returned Qm F. Stover writes : "I am at present a 
Kast, and after resting a few weeks ln At- the Vnlon Music Hall, Newark, 0. There an 
lantlc City will resume work Juiy 30. at 
Sanatogo Park, Pottstown, with Eastern 
parks to follow. _ _ _ 

Chas. O. Huoheb and Geo. R- Bm>WN ; 



the 1 

two parks here, both doing good business. 
Tbe Auditorium opened this week with Vo- 
gel's Minstrels." 

Claus and Kadcliffe write that they are 



who arc hook'd up till March next, will fill meeting with great success ln their new act, 

a few we<*k* around the East before plnylng "Uev's Reception." They have just finished 

their Western time. This week they play at the Olympic. Chicago, a very successful 

Brooks' Casino, North Beach, and week of week, and are booked solid for one year by 

Aug. 13, Manhattan Beach. They say: "Our tbe Western Vaudeville Association, 

act is one grand success everywhere we play. Vice asd Viola are In their third week at 

The Great Carurn writes that he has inland Park. Sunbury, Pa., where they are 

juBt closed eight weeks on the New England meeting with big auccess. 

Park circuit, and that bis hoop rolling and Wentwortii, vestat and Teddt are now 

juggling, closing with his new feature, has playing their sixth successful week on the 

met with big success. Gorman park circuit 



Collins, Ethel Intropidl, Bessie K»le r Marl? 
I-'arrell, Grace Grlnucll, Chas. F. McCarthy, 
Wlnfred Young, Edward O'Connor, Harry 
Cowan, James Callaban, Henry Lchmann, 
George Earle and John Harding. Tbe chonn 
will he sixteen male and forty female. 

Nellie Blancuard> late of tbe "Man's 
Enemy" Co., is at ber home, recovering from 
a serious attack of appendicitis. 

Adrietta Reiian has been resting in Phila- 
delphia, after a long and prosperous season. 
She leaves for West Virginia Aug. 11, to start 
rehearsing with a road show for next season. 
Miss Reban will play soubrettes and Juvenile 
roles. 

II. Gordon Miller, tbe past two seasons 
with Thomas E. Shea, (be tragedian, haB been 
spending tbe Summer at Ofwego, on Lake 
Ontario, after a supplementary season ns 
leading Juvenile with the "My Dixie Girl" 
Co., and Is under contract for next season 
with the Mlttenthal Brothers. 

Mrs. Ella F. O. Burnhaii, proprletreaa of 
the St. Leon Hotel, Boston, died at ber Sum- 
mer home, Ipswich, Mass., July 19, after a 
lingering Illness of several months. She was 
well known to nearly every one in tbe pro- 
fession, and will be greatly mlised. The In- 
terment took place at the Holy Cross Ceme- 
tery, Maiden, Mass., July 21 



ncsa. The MuHfcal Demoresls Joined the show 
Inst week, and are making a great hit with 
tbelr comedy musical act. The show will go 
on the road Monday, July 30, under tbelr 
mammoth canvas. 

Padl'cah, Ky., Notb. — Tho Summer the- 
atre, under the careful direction of Wm. A. 
tirlgg. Is a graud nucces*. The btislneKH has 
been far above any season at the park In 
five years. No changes hnve been made In 
the company since Its opening. Mr. Grlgg 
deserves great credit for tho careful manner 
ln which he handles the company. 

Ciiah. P. PmcE and wipe are at present 
with tbe Highland Park, Summer stock, at 
York, Pa., doing character work success- 
fully. 

Gkoroo W. JnNKiNfl, tenor, having fin- 
ished the season with the National Opera 
Co., sailed, on July 20, for Paris, to sing in 
grand opcrn, season 1U00-7, 

YVETTE GUILDEIIT AND ALRERT ClIEVALIEa 

have been engaged by Llebler & Co., to ap- 
pear togther for six weekH, commencing In 
New York in October. 

Sara MacDonald, In "Adrift In New 
York." will be presented by the P, T. MeDger 
Co. Tbe company Includes : Sara MacDonald, 
Jullen Barton, Mary Wyman, G. Carlton 
flomncs._ Nellie Morun, George Deltlnger, 



Ernest Lamson Is dividing his time be- Jenny Gray. William II, Boyd, Guy Wilson 
tween hlB ranch In the Salt Blver Valley, and Little Prlscella. C. H. Broadwell 1b act- 
Arii., and Long Beach, Cat , lng manager. 



Fn mic" will have started rt'hviit'HiilH. The 
company that Is to support Tyrone Power, lu 
"Burnbbfta," Is being organized, but rehearsals; 
for It will not begin until tin; middle of Sep- 
tember, Vincent Serrano rucnutly ciimo Info 
the city from thu Merkshlru Hills, where he 
linn been summering, to Klgn a contract with 
Mr. Braden, to play tho lending male part la 
"On Parole." Krunccs Ring, who has beon 
NrxMidlug her Hummer vacation In Kurope, ar- 
rived In New York Inm. week. Miss Ring will 
mi n rt almost ImmcdlntHy rrbcoralug thu part 
of Honln Stcpnlnk, which she Is to create In 
"Tho Mnn and the Angel." Mr. Brndott luia 
appointed Myron Itlcu as general rauunger of 
his various theatrical attractions. 

AuuuHTUH llAHfiKTT tins been secured by 
Mr.nrih'erc Wftgciilinls & Kemper as mualcal 
director of the Asior Theatre. Mr. Barrett's 
arrvices In nccrbuhm Tree's production of 
"Twelfth Night" drew lovers of music to 
Ills afajesty's Theatre. Local prior to that, 
however, Mr. Ilnrrctt was known as a n.u- 
sIclfMi of rare attainments. Ho wrote nearly 
nil the Incidental music from iteerboltiu 
Tree's elaborate Hlinkerpeurcan productions 
and ni for several yeara on thu musical 
starf of Oeorgo Edvvnrues. during which time 
he contributed largely to the aiiceusK of 
many of his musical comedies. He wrote 
this satin wore of "Kitty fkey," tidwnrdi's' 
Apollo Theatre Miiccess, and wns long usso- 
claled with the llnynutrket Theatre, London, 
under Cyril Mnude. Mr. Barrett u now In 
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"Mimr Dina Mitb," a musical comedy, by 
Joseph Pflzun, w'tl hi' toured during the com- 
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were recent Cliitkh callers. They are visit- 
lng Mra. names' folka In New York, and open 
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Ro&tkk or Lincoln J. Carter's attractions, 
season 1908-7 : For "Bedford's Hope" — Fred 
Kimball, manager; Geo. C. Stale/, Walter 
Law, Edward Lester, Frank Peters, Griffith 
Evans, K. M. Kimball, Harry Robinson, John 
Murphy, Otto Eight, Mary Serrots, Mabel 
Van Burcn, Emma Robinson, Lou Ruckman, 
Klmer McKinney, Clarence Dull and Jas. 
McCarthy, now playing at the Great North- 
ern Theatre, Chicago. Season opens July 8. 
For "The Eye Witness" Co. — Edward Man- 
ley, manager ; Jas. Forbes, business manager : 
Ed. rblnney, John Tague, John Pellegrini, 
Urns. Kyle, E. J. Balrd, Gordon Eldrid, Wal- 
ter Fredericks, Chat Lorraine, Geo. E- Pier- 
lot, Mina Manley, Viola May, St. George 
Hussey and Emma Eldrid. Season opens 
Aug. 12. For the "Too Prond to Beg" Co.— 
John Whlteley, manager ; Wm. Gilman, busi- 
ness manager; Martin Franklin, Adolph 
Knoll, Edward Riley, Le Roy Lewis, Will N. 
Rogers, Dave Clifford, Clarence and Gert- 
rude- Riley, Mrs. Le Boy Lewis, Mrs. Will N. 
Rogers, and Colese Riley. Season opens 
Aug. 12. For the "While 'Frisco Burns" 
Co. (new show) — Willis F. Jackson, mana- 
ger; J. A. Brehany, business manager; Fred 
Kckliart, John T. Nicholson, Harry Farn- 
bam, E. S. Norton, A. B. Lynda, Kathertne 
Marney, Lotta Emmons, Marlon Hyde, Vir- 
ginia Melville, L. Y. Hayslett, Cbae. Brown 
and Con Lenz. Season opens Aug. 20. For 
"The Flaming Arrow" Co. — Chaa. Sellon, 
manager ; John F. Bailey, business mana- 
ger; Ed. Price. Alvln WyckotT. B. F. Hose- 
man, Taylor Carroll. L. L. Bishop, Wilbur 
Collins, Ed- Allen, Den F. Cox, Ed. Spring, 
Florence Willis, Mrs. Taylor Carroll, Hiram 
Green, Foster Johnson and a genuine Indian 
brass band. Season opens Aug. 18. For 
Julia Gray, in "Her Only Sin"— F. T. Wal- 
lace, manager; Tom North, business mana- 
ger; Julia Gray, Aleta Van, Mrs. Harry 
AndrewB, Fred Loomls, Robert Harland, 
Harry Andrews and H. B. Tucker. 

Jewell. Kelley writes : "The regular sea- 
eon of the Jewell Kelley Stock Co. com- 
menced Monday, July 30, at Paris. Ky. The 
company goes South over the Klaw & Er- 
langer circuit, playing nothing but the prin- 
cipal Southern cities. Excellent time has 
been booked, and prospects are bright. Many 
of the old members nave signed. Including : 
Caroline Klohr, who Is considered one of the 
best dressed leading women upon the Amer- 
ican stage; Nelson Lawrence, Bertlna Lee, 
Lewis Griffith. Mary Monday, Foster Ball 
and Babe Doris. D. A. Hellman will be in 
advance, with six bill trunks loaded with 
paper, and will bill like a circus. The com- 
pany was a revelation down South last sea- 
son, and the same hustling methods will be 
Introduced this season, A number of new 
plays will be staged, for which Nelson Law- 
rence Is preparing complete scenic outfits. 
There will be only one Jewell Kelley Stock 
Co., to which Mr. Kelley will devote bis en- 
tire time and attention." 

Eomond Babbett writes that be Is enjoy- 
ing an extended, visit to his home In Minerva, 
0., and also looking after some real estate 
Interests he owns. Mrs. Edmond Barrett 
(Lottie Glenmore) has closed aa soubrette 
with a stock company playing at the parks 
in Parkersburg, W* Va„ and Newark, o., and 
Las joined Mr. Barrett. 

Daisi Vahbkv has been engaged by Emer- 
son and Diamond for the part of Jennie, in 
•■The Corner Grocery." Through error In 
the roster of the company, published last 
week, her name appeared as Dolly, Instead 
of Daisy Varrey. 

Felix Fantcs has been engaged by Sidney 
R. Ellis for the AL H. Wilson Co. 

Lillian Cobbim will make her debut on 
the professional stage Aug. 9, at the Acad- 
emy of Music, as Mrs. Ogden, the young 
society matron, In "The Virginian." 

Notes fbou Delaware water Gap. — One 
of the most delightful theatrical events of 
the season occurred Sunday evening, July 
22, when about six hundred guests of the 
varlouB hotels In this district were enter- 
tained at the Water Gap House by Laura 
Burt, late leading woman of Henry Irvlng's 
company, In readings from Shakespeare, 
Imitation of Mr. Irvine and Ellen Terry. 
Miss Burt, Mr. Stanford and quite a num- 
ber of guests left for New York the next 
morning In automobiles. The series of Sun- 
day theatrical work will be repeated through- 
out the Summer season by the most noted of 
American actresses. 

1£ex L. Kingdom, who Is spending his Sum- 
mer vacation with friends In Syracuse, N. 
Y., announces that he has not signed with 
the MacDonald Stock Co., as has been stated. 

MB. AND Mrs. James KtBLE MacCl'BDT 
are passing the Summer at their new cot- 
tnge nt Brentwood, L, I. Mr. MacCurdys 
third season in "The Old Clothes Man," 
under the management of Rowland & Clif- 
ford, begins Aug. 12, at Waukegan, IIL 

Notes from the May Hilluan Stock 
Co. — Wc closed a most successful Summer 
Benson at Buckroe Beach, Va., July 28, and 
leave with a company of eighteen people and 
a carload of scenery for Barber Park, Bel- 
lows Falls, Vt., where we open Aug. for 
four wcekB. The Jump by water will occupy 
the better part of three days, so we are com- 
pelled to lay off for one week, the first lay 
otr for sixty weeks. 

"Dows East" will be presented this sea- 
son by Geo. F. Clark, formerly manager of 
"My Friend from Arkansas." "The cast," 
Mr. Clark writes, "Is the strongest that can 
be engaged, nod I will carry a full line of 
special scenery end paper. The Bhow Is 
booked for forty weeks. Season opens the 
middle of August." 

Chas. Shkfard and Tom Dwyeb Inform 
us that they will, this coming season, have 
first class attractions at the Lebanon and 
Enfield, N. U., opera houses. Both are fac- 
tory towns. Lebanon has a population of 
5,000, and seven large factories, employing 
over fifteen hundred people. This house 
draws largely from Hanover, N. H. Enfield 
has a population of 3,000, with fifteen hun- 
dred to draw from within a radius of three 
miles. 

Oscar Dane has arranged to open his an- 
nual tour with his new version of "Dr. Jezyll 
and Mr. Hyde'* at Dixon's Third Avenue 
Theatre, New York, week of Aug. 20. Mr. 
Dane has engaged Cressy Joss, Douglas Joss, 
Huzel Dickson and Cbas. Haynes. 

W. A. Mkcklino has been engaged to man- 
age Rowland & Clifford's new production 
this coming season, "Thorns and Oranga 
Blossoms." 

Jim BAUon writes: "After two years' re- 
tirement from tbe stage, on account of bad 
health, the coming season will find me In 
my old role again. Two years ago I com- 
pletely lost my voice, being unable to talk at 
all. This season mycolf, wife and child hove 
signed with Fisk Bros.* 'Colorado Waif.' My 
wife, Hazel McCrumb, will do the lead, I will 
do the comedy, and tbe baby will play the 
baby's part. Season opens Aug. 26." 

The followingj>copie hnve Blgued with the 
"Two Merry TrGflfipa'' Co., under the manage- 
ment of McVean * Vctter : Lou Ward, Harry 
Wood, Le Roy Hartley, Lou Peterson, Lewis 
MncCartney, John Caylor. Fred Nclfart, Joe 
A, Weaver. A. W. Bergelln, Bessie Bennett, 
Myra Jefferson, Elizabeth Ross, Ada Fnlr- 
cblld, Corlnuc McDonald, Margaret McDonald, 
Nellie Juno and Carol Keller. Tbe company 
will start to rehearse Aug. 2, and open at 
Toluca, III., Aug. 11. 

Little Miss Thomas, of tbe "King of the 
Opium Ring*' Co., has been the guest of Babv 
Hope Wallace, at Henderson Boy, N. V. 
Dorothy Wallace and Mlas Hope have en- 
joyed the Summer among the Thousand 
islands, and open their season tn New York 
City In AuguQt, with tbe Aubrey Stock Co., 
having ilgred contracts for two seasons with 
that company. 

William Carb, who reports meeting with 
big success In advance of Hargreaves Cir- 
cus, wilt open Aug. 20 with the Nick Rus- 
sell Comedy Co., Pittsburg, Pa., for the com- 
ing season. 



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catalogue. B. B. ABRAHAMS, 

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SCHOETTLER'S AUDITORIUM 

BELLEVILLE, ILL. 

NOW BOOKING FOR SEASON 1906-07. 

Singe has tieeii enlarged to meet all requirement*. 
Seatlnjr capacity &oo. Well lighted, heated and 
vemlinted. Neat, ciran and cozy. Playing lo 
packed houses. For open dates apply to 

MANAOEnATJDlTORIL'M, Belleville, 111. 



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__ MOVED TO LARGER QUARTERS TO HAKE ROOM FOR OTTR BIO SONG HIT, 

YOU RE AN INDIAN 

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J» Tt B-E^Jgs\.I$rBI3sT CO,, ^Icialo r^ihli^tie-rgg, Ortmcl Operu House Kuildiuu, Clik-at»o, HI. 



WAIHTED, Comedians, Musicians, an; kit d 
of people turrteaicmeehow. Good Summer ado 
Winter Job. Wire or write and be read; to Join 
on wire. Mast rhange for * wee*. Piano and 
Organ player , wlte. PENOBSCOT MEDICINE 
CO., Ml mm, Junlau Co., Pa. 

DBCH MAJORS, Jl GQLKR8— For t-ale, 
Batoni, Hoops, tTnifoniiB, etc. JOHNNIE RKILLY, 
DlemliDg's Theatre, Rockaway Beach, N. Y., 
Aug. e-ii; Steeplechase Park, Bridgeport, Conn., 
Aug. la-io. 

WANTED— fiood Versatile Team, lady and 
gent, that can do singles ana tumbles, work In 
act*. Can give thr+e to five weeks. Prefer g< od 
Medicine Team. Make salary low. Others, write. 
jwrtR.. Rnn«g side Fur* Theatre, Toronto. Opt. 



, W Aff *•»— »LL AROUND MFIMl [NE PER- 
FORWSFS QUICK. Billy Collins, John Baldwin, 
Marvelous Turner, Vardullas, write or wire quirk. 
You auow paiary is sore. PROP. GEO. DEI.MONT, 
Kidway, Washington Co.. Pa. 



AT LIBER i' Y-The Jennings Slater.-, Pianist, 
Violinist, desire an engagement with good com- 
pany for the coming season. Have had good ex- 
perience. Read at light. Salary »io per week and 
expenses. If both with same company *)8 per 
week. Mian Jessie Jennings , New Milford, Ohio. 



AT WBBBTY— CHAUNCET P. HOORE, B. 
and 0. Leader, Vlo tn and Trombone. Experi- 
enced and capable, prof, library of music. Can ar- 
range and traD«rww LULA SUKROI.D, Leads, 
Heaviei, and Jcvenltes. (juick and reliable study. 
BesponoihlemauagerBOOiy. win remiire ttckot* 
Ml Yernop, 1 1. ft P. MOORE. ML Tcrnon. ill. 



WAKTBD — (LARlOS ETTIST and 
Earilonlpt donblc VIouiib. NAVY YARD BAND, 
portsmt nth, N. H. Bandmaster RENEWAL!'. 



I WANT Ql ICK, Man with Moving Pic- 
ture Machine. Frefer one who doubles stage. 
Other Rep. People, write. No tickets. 
WILL C. SITE S f RE P. SHOW, Fulrcbance, Pa. 



WANTED— B. r. Comedian. Song and 
Dance Man. Good In acts. Salary all yon 
are worth. No boozers. Other useful med. 
people, write. DO. T. J. UlLLBIt. 



,1 \va\ i Tu tifc^n irituAt 

Good, Until Dramatic Block People! 

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For balance of Summer. Run till Oct. l. Salaries 
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Alto, to double Second Violin; Alto, to donblu 
String Bass. Versatile Stage and Band People, 
write. Long season: good accommodations. 
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UNION STA6E CARPENTER (Some Sets), 
MUSICAL DIRECTOR, Pianist (Arranger), 

Repertoire People, all Lints. JNO. A. HIMME 
LE1N, Grand Opera House, Sanduskey, o- 



LADY BAG PUNCHERS. 

I want one to Join me In Rctlned Phi b1c*1 Culture 
Sketch. Stato particulars. 

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mail, and stcuro engagements. Send stamp for 
particulars. UU bUANE bUlOOLS, Box 137 



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Immense assortment of Canes, Knives, Plash 
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Plays and Sketches written to order. 

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sponsible position. One that can take a email 
11 rmnolal I uteres in a lug rartu corardy compnu v. 
Address MANAOBR B, Box jjfifl. Atihurn. N- Y. 



A I'lirtner for Hotel and Concert Hall, or 
will sell- Canto, sickness. Address 

OEM HOTKU Snratogn Springs. X. Y. 



FILMS FILMS FILMS 

PRICES RANCH NO FROM 4 M.. ami VP. 
SEND FOR LARGE LIST. 

One Edison Exhibition Machine, 

Same at mew 

One Edison Universal Machine. 

Same a i nt iv 

San Francisco Slides, 

Port colored. -*vlth l#r ture, 
SONG, POSE and SERPENTINE SLIDES, 
US eta. p«r alldc. 

We buy Dims In anr nuantiiy. Consult Chicago 

hou»e before disponing of same. 
C. L. HULL A CO., 2X0 K.S7th St., OlUcago, III. 



WANTED, 

First Class 

PIANISTS. 

For Balance of Summer Season, 
Good Salary* , 

FRANK MELVILLE, 

1403 Broadway, New York. 



THE 

WONDERFUL 



SIX 



FOB SALE, TENTS, 

dfrcoa Seats, Poles, Stakes, Wild West Canopy, 
other Show Property. 
PBARL VA5, NorthTlue, K. Y. 

DRUMMER WANTED. 

BDRNELL'S LADY ORCHESTRA, 

ytjcuandoab, low.. 



<*J*&SIE 



AND HAVE YOUR: 

CARDS PRINTED 

WHILE YOTJ WAIT, 

IN • MINUTES. 
LOUIS STEIN, 104 E. 14th St., 

UKHM.4N RANK BUILDING. 
P.8.— CARD CASE FI1EK. McoUonCbla.il. 



m CONNORS STOCK ED 



FOR SALE, 

I WISH TO SEJ.L MY INTEREST IN III K 

WASHBURN & D'ALMA 
TRAINED ANIMAL SHOWS, 

GoiifliRtinft of Himiit to Ponies, Mom*, Monkey?, 
four Hmail PerrormlnK Klephanta. c.ir-, Seatn, 
Llghtn, Caarai, Cane*, Rand wanoii.Tnbleauk, r|«. 
Show now doing a big biislneaa. Can be aeeil an 
per route. Addreaa 

LEON WASHBURN, 

»I4 W. «*< SI., W.w York. 



AT LIBERTY, 

LADY MUSICIANS 

Cornet and Slide Trombone experienced In orchen- 
tra work. Addretu MAll&L It. COKMAN, uv: 
Franltlln Ave, Columbus, 0. 



TO COHPI.KTK 



THE PERUCHI-GYPZENE ENTERPRISES 

WANTED FOR No. 1 CO., 

JUVKMLE MAN , ST.COK IIIRKCTOR. I'HOI'ERTV MAN with BWrWHW, VMHIEV1 1.I.K c'KATIIRK AND 
PIANIST. HE1IKAHSALS ll'MM.I, ii.\., A I , i:. , .1). OPKN AI'CI, XI. 

WANTED, 

FOR PURUCHI-GYPZENE No. 2 CO., 

LRAIIINR MAN and LKAIMNfl I.AIIV; IV 1 1,1. FKATIIRK. 

Also Dear, Nan, Soubi-i;ttc, comedian, ammeter Han ami IHrccmr, l*n>liurl.v Uau, rianlal and a 

llu.tllnir AKrnt. 

RK1IKARKAI.S KNIIXVII.I.K. TKNN., AUCi. 15. 



BURLESQUE. 

The NEW LOUDON. Gonn.. OPERA HOUSE 

Is one of the lientONE-NHJHT STANDS in Con- 
necllcul for IlnrlefUino Shows, and Mnnnnein 
make no mistake in hooklns Ihla house. Canaitlty, 
1,000. P ike* . S*-fio— "6. Fir open time addreaB 

D. E. & J. F. MOR AN, 
NtgWi anil Prop». 



For Peruchi-Gypzene's Special Tour 

TraFOlIng on their own SOLID HTKKLTWIN HORKW Huft. VAtillT, Leading Man, leading 1-arty. 
Hvavr Man Hurt an Al l.irrclor. Mimical Team capalilo of plavlng tlilnu -* uml t:iiiii[tn*iv-ril air raliHipi'. 
PLAY IS TUB TIIKATKKH ami live and travel on Dm F1NBST YACHT AFLOAT. TOUKINU Florida 



Coast, Miss., Ala., La., Texas, Mexico and Cuiia. 



A2i/ 



nt: 

KOH 



!>• 



na^ainj-ts 



Hast be able to join on wire. Otlier uaelul reper- 
toire people, wrtle. W. 0. CONNORS, 

3TremontR»w, Room It, Boftton. Maaa. 



1 SWEETEST fil IN DIXIE 

Juvenile Man, Heavy Man, 2d Agent, 

Other Capable People, tvrlle. 

C. a . ROH I.p'. Moiitli-olhi, Ark._ 

THEATRB FOR SALE. 

Ilaring LKASK1 1 hit Family Theatre In Flndlay, I 
will now eell mr vaudeville Iheatru In Toledo. 
Hoiiie doing good htiaincrB. Rcawin for Rrlllug, 
wanting to quit slinw bualoena. Write, nr <:oiu« 
and f<ee houne, WANTKH, flood Sketch, Slater 
and Single Acta. 

Write MQR. GRAND Til KATRB, Toledo, M. 



■fill 

AND 0TI1KR MUSICIANS. LONG HURON. Ad- 
dreaa PIERCE AlII'.K.llfcVr CO., 

OaHlnltir. N. V. 



REPERTOIRE PEOPLE 

To Support GKRTRUDK WKLLMAN. the niece of 
WALTER WELLHAN. Salary low. hut »'irc. 
Play three nlghtatands. Open Sept. lb. No tick- 
ets, n*> bcozera, m» done tieodr), no Iihh ihil'dh or 
would bes. GUY R. A1NSWORTH, 

"Tbe Oaks," Clear Lake. Iowa 



WANTED QUICK, 

Man with Hlgb CIokb Picture Machine. 
5,000ft. Film and 111. Souga. Salary i2o.()0 

Jier vrek, gHti and cxpenneti. AUo contortiou- 
Ht, Serpentine Dancer. Muat join on wire. 
No tickets over 100 miles. I'eonle who have 
no Intention of jololug, and amateurs, aiivc 
atampH. 

INTERNATIONAL VAUDEVILLE CO., 

Detour, Ohlppewu Co., Mich. 



A&fiaVS-M 



VlTTTWIOOUISM 

Learned by any man or boy; MBMl couL send 
f>-daj2c fttampforparflculara and proof. O. A. 
Smltli, Room 11 2,01') KaoxvlUe Ave.. Peoria, 111. 



MED. PERFORMERS 

Wanted In all Uuch that can change often apd 
work In Acta. Preference given thonc that P'ay 
urgaa. btito wiKry uiirt all you do. Ixing en- 

naKCtnenta to DBcfnl People. 

HATORK'S REMKDY 



, Phlla., Pa 



WANTED. 



KD. F. ADAPIS. 



EDWIN IIOPKINH. 



KD. F. ADAK8 <v CO. 

COMPANIES ROOTED AND HOOKED. 
U7 WEST «TU ST., 
NEW YORK., N. T. 



GET OUR TP.RMt). WRITETO-DAV' 



PLAY8. PLAYS. PLAYS. -«■-, 

For Stock Tlieairea, Repertoire oompanlea and 
Road Tjura. AIho Ivought, aoul and reviaud. Plays 
for Amateur Organization*. Irow royalty to re- 
npoiisl hie purl loii. Koutc prolucted. Catnlngue Tree. 
T. U . WIHN LTT, W 2 Hroadwa y, Now Y or k_Oltf_._ 

Wanted, Two Singer^ with Machines and Slides 

For week of Sept. :t. Addreaa 

I0AUI.B JU'SIC W.M.I.. Johnstown. N. Y. 
llHOIlliK W. CLARK. I'ro|i. 



Arranged, eoinpoKd. Low terma. 

A. KHKrHMAK, 4111 K. 1Mb SI.. N. Y. 



W A HIED, 



ROAD and STOCK. 

LOR1S J HOWARD, Howards Theatre. Chlrago. 



Wanted, Leader, Orchestra. 

Locate Farweli Opera Hou»e, Rocklaud. Maine. 
Good opportunity. Teaching and dance work. 
Experience and reference* required. No fare* 
advanced. Boozer*, don't apply, tieanoii openn 
Aug. 20. Wire BOB CROCKETT, 

Rockland , Me. 

WANTED, A No. I CLARIONET, FOR B.1ND0. 

Must be nober and able to handle standard music, 
for balance or summer and Winter tteaaona. A two 
car ihow. w. G. DICKEY, Ugr. Terry's "Unele 
Tnm'a Cabin" L*.»., Lexington, III., Aug. 11; Udell, 
III., Ang. 13; Bracevllic, 111., Aug. 14: Owl City, 
III., Aug. 1A; Wilmington, III., Aug. 16; Braldwitod, 
III., Aok IT: Dwlgtit, 111.. Ang, 1-. 



WAITED, Glass Blowers and Worker*. 
Alio Hoving Picture Operator 

With Machine and Films. QKO. F. HAYKH, 

care of Km plre Theatre. Ifewiatop, Maine. 



THE 
WONDERFUL 



AT LIBERTY, J. A. WHITE, 

1IKAVIEB AND UK*. BVH. 

CARTHAGE, ILL.,.12 to U, 



First Class Medicine Petformers 

Tell all anil Co. I thu trutil. Adulca 

Iltt. WOOD, Illllahnro. N. II. Tr.UI Clo. 



Waited, A I Pianist, Cornet and Clarionet, 

Pnr orchestra work. State your very Iowohi per 
week In ilrst letter. I pAy all an it Joining. 

■ I. III.' Y KK. Mgr. Imperial Orrh., Mllrhell, K. D. 



For Sate or Lease, 60ft. 

Tent, ooxioo; Cook Tent, luxis; •'■ nciigthu 
Folding Hack Rc»i-rve Heals. Addrei*H 

r.V.t}. B, LOWEKY, tthenandoah, Pa. 



AT LIBEHT?, 6EBTBDDE BOBEBTS 

Comedienne, Kmotional Leads, And Heavies. (One 

pleco preferred). AddrcnH 

"RIVF.R VIF.W." Merrhnwirport, Mawrt. 



Want 30 First Part and Specially Ladies, 

Long engagement to the right mien. Open Im 
mediately, (inod cnmrnlSHlon. Address 

JACK BOOSK, Concert Hall, Hyracine, N. Y. 



PRIVATE KINDERGARDEN 

AND BOARD! ST, EUJUOOL for Hmali Children, 
uood home and innther's care. References. 
Address "BOHOOfc." fi31 Went |WtH St.. K. Y. 



PERUGHI-GYPZENE ENTERPRISES, 

ALWAYS IN DIXIM. I III; MIIOW THAT NKVKIl OMIHKH. 

TIIK OI.DKSf AVII DIONT MIISIISI'IH, IMII'I I.Alt I'lllt f. AITKAt IK1* IN 
AJIKIIIC A. 
IMll. V. 1). I'KlirC III. Knixllle. Trim., lion. Jlli . 

OPEN T1BC AT GHILUOWCE THEATRE, KHOXVILLG, TESN.. 0OBBEH0IHO ADO. 20. 



I'ulll lo -l.\ WCt'kH. 



SIIAIIIMi TKIIMS OR 
C. II. I'Kltl fill. 



To Support Frank Dudley, 

EXPERIENCED PEOPLE 

FOR A FIRST GLASS REPERTOIRE C0DPAIT. 

Good wardrotic U imliaponaahit!. landing Lawlr, tnmtt ha young ami gn<td iiHiking and wwurtfl ii; good 
looking, capatiltt Actor Tor genieci Iii'iivich, and A Sn. 1 Cli»mrU*r t'diii-'dlan, gtmd looking man for 
juveniles, *i good at'l«ir fur rcMpoiiHliilc MMlnodf. I'nifuruitcn ulveti ti»' Hmw«* wli» do Hpeolaiilow. A 
iady Tor pliano and mimll parta willi h|h 'dally, planlHt, iiiaht; h guud churaiilcr woinau. Make your 
salary what von expect in get. hmiiiipWrnt. |ieoplii will be iIIhuhhw*! aftitr Hip llrni rrheiirMal. Pleano 
cODHldor silence a r\>w\- ruignllvt-. r*linw npciiH Sept. :t, at Cairo, III. Ki 'ink Tut in. liic Ulrtin'in, 
ArihUS Browning, AlkliiHHinllh.wriU'. PRANK IMIDLKY, 



"Wanted «t Once 

First Clat-H lleavv Han for xlrcing lino of narln, Oltarai'htr Wmiian and Juvcnlln Mum. for Him Rout 
Rep.'rlotrn Orgaiilaulou In this nuintry. Wb plajr nsdy/lhn bunt lime, hiiiI fiin tisiMinly th« bi-Ml pco- 



rl". Kati' lifts hi, weight and nalitry, and aprirt iihntii. If 
f you can't do tills, (hurt waste ' your rilutnps. ftnlitirt A. 



hi U'lh'i . Muxt |uin mi wlro. 
. _ nrlliobtuiw, wlro. 

Kit. W. (IIOK, Ihuir.liiiH, IV. V. 



A IV T XS X> , 

For Balance of Bummer and Next Season, 

Comedian & Soubrette 

With bpeclallloK. Juvuulle Woman and HfavyMan. Toll all tlrsl. 

CHAN. P. WIIYTK, fh**, 1UM. 



Nick Russell's Comedy Co., 

Comedian Willi specially, NHflf Tkbiii fur purls and sprrlalMot, Mingln nr 1 (o fi'Mliir*' sunii! narts, 
leader I Piano). People who wrote boforu picane wrllo again, Irmi liillcrn. Tticri* a re. tm penplf loo 
good for my Co. NICK RirtisKLL, :iN Moynm Av«., PitiiHburgli, Pb. 



W. D. POLLARD, 

ECCENTRIC JUGGLER. 

J nil .ltko all the others only dltfi-runi. Alliigcnls.oi -H KltRTtl PARK AVK., (.(iLiruilt'H, OHIO. 



PARTNER WANTED. 

Yimnft, liul l'.;iiid Hlllv Kid Cimieillail wlaltca Outitl ,'arllii-r, CiltOII STHAM.IIT in ha ur.r 

Ml. Tin.: Oil novntlKl'I'K. illii.l. Ii« viiniik an.l itunil ^lN|t(!r |.r. firr. .1 ; lilt ANYTIIIIVU 
IN VAI IIKVII.l.B Oil III HIKaCtrK. \Mf-A a 

IIA1CI) WOHKKK, CiKNKKAI. IIKI.IVKItV, 1'. II., NKWAIIK. N. I. 



DOT KARROLL 

WANTS QUICK ON WIRE 

Heavy Wonmn, CbHrac tor, Winmui and Child, Light Ouiwdlan arid Uiw (Joiufdltin Willi Kpi-clultlra , 
><-• :n ■ A runt, Parti; Hk<-t<*tl Ti-nm, Lady and t.Ptil, f.liunfro SpiTlaltina, Play Part*; Piojwrlv Man, 
Hrvcitiin- and Parts. Kpe'-I»l Pi-miiro Acts, Other Rap. Pcopii-, wrlle. \Ui rcmlv lo join on wire. 
Bailey's and Klokel wire .1. C. WKLSH. N'-wimrvpori. Mmkh. 



At Liberty, Lolee Clover. 

Juveniles, Ingenne, Souhrette. Bextof wardrotio 
forxtageand mrt-et. 47 W. asTH ST.. N. Y. City. 

£M A/1ft l fl ',L ham Kit, 48 Broadway, Palcrson, 
I IiIHilN K. J- Tlteutrical Clog Maker. Orders 
VMJVMM promptly Piled. Llwt Free. 



BAY C. EKR80H. %&&?* m 

ED, ill £. 2o:ii m., New York. 



THE CARTER STOCK CO. 

WAV TN K\PKRIK\CFD »KP. PKOPMC IN ALL L1VKH. 

Those doing spfi-.lsltles preferred. Boozers, cigarette and dupe (lend* don't answer, stale all 
you oanand wiildoandloweHtxalary In llrst leltor. Hend plioloH and iirograrnun'i (whluli will b« re- 
tnrnedi. Clilck Harvey, Mr. snd Mrs. Hum. write. Al*o t-.vpnri<:nvi:il oUK'- Olrecior. Itvlieaisal 
Aug, 16. Address B. I*. CARTKIt, Mgr., Bowntonr Hotel, Pittsburg. | 



FOR SAI^E, 

Mt BALMION, fair imndlUnii, «I0. ,a» ilimn, 
fcMCJ.O. II. LA HOI'X W'ALKKH 1IA1.I.IXI.V CO., 

iBy.dulu H'i„ U'jfllou, llaas. 



AT LIBERTY, CHAS. HOPPER 

Hinging and Talking Clown, Black Pmco Part nod 
[Specially forOni: I'locv. Address 

U (jimmviN aT., Patcrsuu, K. J. 



600 



THE nSTEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August li. 



THE NEW TOEK CLIPPER ~~J-™ S^jSiS^SS&r SftaSUflRlSfl S pENT$5( ^™ ^ 0CT0 «S 



«■« 

THE FRANK QUEEN PUBLISHING CO. (Llnltid. 

PBOFRiatORB. - 

ALBKKT J.BORIE, 
. Editorial and Buhiness Manaqib. 

SATDUDaY, AUGUST U, 1900. 

RATEBl 

AdnctlHneata— 12.80 per Inch, slngla col- 
umn. 

Advertisement, let With border, 10 DW 

cent, citra. 

8DDSORIPTION. 

One year, In advance, f 4 ; six montu, »2 : 
three montlis, <1. Foreign postage extra. 
Blngle copies will bo tent, postpaid, on re- 
ceipt of 10 cents. 

Our Term* arc Cash. 

TBB CLIPPER Is Issued eyerj Wedaesoa, 
morning. The last four (advertising) pages 
GO TO PRESS on Saturday at 11 i. M., and 
tbe oilier pages on MONDAY and TUESDAY. 
Th« Forma Cloalna; Promsllr, Tues- 
day, at 10 o'clock A. M. 

Plesse remit by express, money order, checx, 

P. O. order or registered letter. All cash, en- 

closed with letter Is at tbe risk ot sender. 

Address All Communications to 

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47 West 28tb 8treet, New Tort. 
Seottfered Cable adsYcM, "Autikmhtt." 

THE WESTERN BUREAU 

of Thb Clipper I» located at Room 504, 
Ashland Block, Chicago, William F. Bryan, 
manager and correspondent, where advertise- 
ments and sooner Iptlooa aro received at our 

regular rates. 

THE LONDON BUREAU 

Located at 48 Cranbotirne St., London, W. C, 
John H. garncj, manager and correspondent, 
where advertisements and subscription! ara 
received at our regular rates. 

Thb Cur pick can be obtained, wholih 
sale and retail, at our agents, Brentano'a 
news depot, 87 Avenue do 1'Opera, Paris, 
Prance; II. Llllentbnl, Frederick Strnsse 
101 (Terminus Hotel), Berlin, N. W-, Ger- 
many: Diamond News Co., 97 Prado, Ha- 
vana; Manila Book and Stationery Co., 128 
Escolto, Manila, P. I,; Albert & Bon, 187* 
131) King St., Sydney, Australia. 

THE NEW VOllK CLIPPER imbllihea 
only out* edition, and that U doted 
from New York. 



OtV-and-af-.c-r-'Moadiy'Dexttbl-C-amber. my visit , °«»ltb;tandlDg to ■•£-*->* 

uTgbt'poilc! """ U '"" ° n •* tw0l "" , "' ; ""- p^r^ii.'n'S'ni^Sge'r'oi T.ToXsc. Is 

"•he cou.'lctlon for shop lifting, against . ,n*;«> nolldjjrlng. ,.. ,-. M - 0Delie ,i 

Eugenic Fougere, the well known mink hall !*« Jackson Fatal y 'ft.i. 15 and 1 am 

artist, and her husband. Albert Olrod. at the at the Olympla, Par Is, July 1 Ij. and 1 am 

Clerkrnwell Sessions, several weeks nso. was told Hat tbej met »»» t« D J? t ao ,"' 'in™ n 

quashed on Saturday last, by tbe Court for lecelvlnn as maay °» flv ^J ur oiIS Ilt Sa W S« 

„" tSi,r««.ff.t=rabjsrc *ttSi£ &Vlg t$$$$jzlk saniPSS'-SS SSSsWf 

entrlnil world. The sbullers nre At rta .eMMaa « 1JW IW "•BSH'SJf HK3- rcrcnllon nt the second hall was even 

- affiVIE .nc SSSS'SjSShA. io"e"ffln IsrgV "tfla that aewrded ^-J^g, 

for E few day* before; proceeding to America. ^g^SST^SS^t^tSSl, 



ynou oun own con IHHHI dent. 

Clipper Hureiiii, 

4H Crunltoarne Street, 
Leicester S(iiiiiri-, 

London, IV. C. 

Jri-Y 28. 
To-dny, n dog day of tbe worst type, one 
doesn't feel like thinking of things theatri- 
cal, but fven If one felt so Incllui*d ( there 
Isn't much t 

l.nniluli'H tbent 

up ut finite one-half of tbe West Knd the- 
ntres, nor, save lu one Or two ojtceptloiinl 
coses, Is tbere any prospect of 'tbelr being 
i ukc ii down until September. On Thnrwday 
the fovent Garden opera came to n finish, und 
the New Itoyulty closes Its doors to-night, 
nfter n performnuce of "I/IIoniiuur," In which 
M, A in ni nc, In his capacity iih iiii actor, bids 
farewell to the London public Forthcoming 
jut- in i err m duly nnnotim-cd are: Revival of 
"The W.Dter'H Tale," at Ills Majesty's, on 
Sept. 1 ; "Aladdin," ot the Gaiety, on the 
same date; "Trlmrom and Iseult." at the 
Adelphl. on Sept. 4. and "Kobln Hood," at 
the Lyric, on (Jet, lu. 

Clyde Filch, who linn beea tn London for 
tin* punt few weeks, return* shortly to New 
York, wliorp, in tbe Fall, Mr. Krobmnn pro- 
ui.n'H his newest piny, "The Truth." Air. 
I'luh HtaiCH thai It' ilw play Is a eiuieess In 
New York It will have a Loudon production 
later. 

Many prominent English actors and nc-. 
trcsHeH will he seen lu Amerji-a dtirine: the 
coining st>n son. Amung thcui iii'i*; Kl fan 'Jerry, 
Korbea HulxTtsou, i;. S. Wlllnrd, II. It. 
IrvlaU*. 1.1'iin Asdiivell, Ulga NotberfioJe, nnd 
pussilily Oniric* Wurner, who will wlgn a 
i-ontrnct to nppeor In vaudeville If Sunday 
performances HI* omitted. Americans slated 
for this city tu data arc: Frltssl Scheff, who 
will uppear nt the Ahlwycli. In "Mile, Alu- 
olHte," nnd II. E. IMxey, who may be seen at 
the Waldorf, In "The Ainu on the Box." 

It Is nt lu«t scttli'd that the ribbon of the 
Legion of Honur U to lie conferred upon 
Sarah Bernhardt, who will hold the coveted 
decoration with ono other actress only — 
Mine. Unrtel. nf Hie Theatre Frnucala. 

The one hundredth perfonunnco of "Tbo 
Daliymalds" was celebrated at tbe Apollo 
la nt Monday. Kes,ilte the oft nensou, weather. 



where she 1s well 
scawin. 



Kv^z^^^i^^ ftM& &r »=■ fi r * ■• 




niipolntcd sole agent In England for the Ca- 
sino de I'nrls. 

Peter N. Keller nnd .lessle Keller bave 
severed their connection with the Kaufmann 



the members of tin order. 

Fred Nlblo informs me that his engage- 
ment at the Psbtce hns been extended to 
another four weeks, and with an Incrense In 



Pit* I'! VIA Uiril i. VMUJV'.lM'iL ITILU fc"fc ,«■■■■■■ ■ i ■■ 3", | 

'1'rouiw of hlcvcllsts, who ore appearing at bis salary. ■ „, „,„ ...„ rr „_ 

the f-ondon Illppodrotne. Tbey are now on The seventh ann versaiy of the New Cross 

their way to XewYork. , Empire will !»■ celebrated on Aug. 

.Mrs. Junes A. Unlley and party. Including two extra good sbo"- 
Dr. Guy Harper, were in Londoo the early 



with 



Toledo nnd Price, contortionists, have, up 



QUERI ES ANSW ERED. 

No Jlenllea l >y Mnll or Teleffrapk. 

APDnESSKH OK .WHBUBABOaTS NOT OIV»K. 

AJ.I, IN qUKST OF SUCH HIIOULO, WJllTK I TO 

Iiiohe whom viurz noac. in cabb o» cam 
CLU'PEH Post Okficb. All URfM will 

SK ADVBWTISHU ONE WEEK ONLY. 19 TUB 
BOUTU OP ANT TllKATttlCAI, COMPANT IS 
BOUU11T, MKR TO OUK LIHT O? KODTEH 
ON AHOTHEK 1'AflB. WB CANNOT BBND B0DTBB 
»T MAIL OB TMLK ORAX'tt. 

DltA.UATIC. 

; T W lfinu Claire. — We have uo ,knowI- 
edce of the present whereabouts of the pnrly. 
Address a letter In our cure nud we will ad- 
vertise it lu TttK Cumi letter list. 
T. l'V, Wanhliiglou, 

Hl.li STJU»Cni|lKt!, 

E. it. 1'., Ktiatou, 

Constant 1U:.mh:ii. 

O. II., Pliflenlx. nud 

Y. M.. Erle.~-See nnswer to T. W., above. 

K. U It.- -Addriwa U-e Sliubert, Lyric The- 
atre, New York City. . 

M. II., New Orleans.— Address T. II. Win- 
net t, 1401! Broudwiiy, New York City. 

Mns. U. W. It., Ftilrbiiry. — Any dieas- 
uinkcr will make one for you. 

■'/, 7, '/.., '■•Frisco,"— 1. There Is a copy- 
righted piny ot Hint title, u Yen. 

A. 1. t'.. Van Weil.— We hove no knowl- 
edge of rniy such puhllcatlon. 

\ H. II., Atlimtlc Clly.— We do not know 
that there are any Mcfe photographs In cx- 

lb, 'l"Vi!, Phllndelphla.— Address party In bus 
of A I. It. WinhIs. 114 West Thlrly-ulnth 
Street, Now York Clly. . , 

Mns. T. C., Mobile.— It epent your former 
query. -'. "The Curse of Drink"' <'... opened 
Auc. 4, nt tin* Stnr Theatre, New York l.lty. 

A. L. It., Chicngo.—'l'here was a uunrlettc 
known as Hie Trniis-Allnntle 4. 

AI K. S., Wuterville. — Address W. H. J. 
MMVi Victoria, Mo. 

IIANKUALL. 

A. F. K-. Stoneluun.— Write to President 
Fnirell, uf the N. Y. Slate League. Auburn, 
N. Y.. mill H mav probnbly lie able to fur- 
nish vou with the liil'.irnuitlon desired. 

S I', — Tin* New York team was organized 
In the Spring of ISKB, and during that «■■ 
kou John Tmy participated In seventy chnui- 
plonshlp guincs ut second bust. 

K. C. V... York.— Any straight flush coast I- 
lutes whii t is nouiet hues culled :i royal Hush; 
the inner term tlnds uu place lu nny etaud- 
urd work upon the enme of poker. 

K. A. C Ablnglon. — It wins. 

Y. \V. P.. I'luirleslown.— No. holding 
three U'm win*. The fuel thai No. I passed 
out of his turn dues not bar No. 0, nnd as 
bin hand Is best he wins. 

Mlttl'KI.LAffimVS. 

W. B. W., PI I tsbuiK.— Address the Scott 
Slump and Coin Co.. Twenty-lhlrd Street, 
New York Clly, , 

I; (1. M., New York. — President Hnrsevelt 
Is the proper one t« answer your (piestious. 

R (!. W., Detroit.— According to the nc- 
ccptcd way of making it In this suction, ft 
Is right. 

— I » » ■ " - 

TKKHtttfJIHIj, 




negotiating for engagement!. ..„ 

artist In this clly. Before the Gallay epl 

node Mile. Mcrelli was a music halt singer. 

nnd fhe in now desirous of singing or taking 

the lending part in a sketch lu the West End 

hnlls. 

Tbe directors of the Manchester Hippo- 
drome nnd the Ardwick Empire recommend a 
dividend for the second lialf of the year, nt 
the rate of ten per cent, per aunnm. The 
directors of the Hackney and Shepherd's 
Bush Empires have resolved to pay an In- 
terim dividend on the ordinary shares for opposite 
the bulf-yeor to June 30. nt the rate of ten berwell Empire. 
Iter cent, per nniuiin. The directors of the 
Leicester Palace. Ltd., Intlmnle that, al- 
though the business of the compnny for the 
luilf year to June .til shows a substantial 



the excellent imislr:,! piece Is attracting Improvement on that for the corresponding 

v» . ■ »....*» . i ,.,.." r.jiT.lf,.! Irir.. eriA" *lir-..- tai-n vnoo 1'ml ltrtt 1 /\ 



twenty weeks' engagement on the Moss 
& Stoll tour. t . 

Count Max Hollender, chairman of the 
Palace Theatre Compnny. whose death was 
announced some time ago. left an CPtnte 
Y.i hmd nt 609,110 gross, and S.iHK'W net. 

It Is announced that the Metropole Aluslc 
Hall. (Y.niberwetl, which linn been dnrk for 
some time, will l« reopened early In Sen- 
tcmlier, under the innnngeinent of .Icfslc 
Sparrow, the late manager of the Palace, 
The house will be called the Cam- 
....iplrc. , . 

The Arizona Troupe and Will Perciynl 
have been engaged for the coining senson for 
Phil Sherldnn'n burlesque romiuiny. 1 hey 
leave Southampton for New York Aug. 4. 



i-rowde hoiiKes, nud will In all probability 
remain the nt traction nt that house for some 
lime. The American rights of the successful 
piece have been ncipilred by Air. Frutuunn. 

I am informed tbnt uegntlallons are In 
progress by E. A. Bra den tor the in-odnellnu. 
In this city, durlnc the coming hi'iisiiu, of 
"The (ihigerbrend Man." 

When filleu Terry pues to the Hlntes next 
yenr Jiinie* Carew will be her leading mnu. 
Air Ciin-w will piny the title unrt In "Cap- 
i n in llraHsbound's Conversion,' whleli 
he f 



thi! principal piece plnyed by Air, Tern*. 
I .pslh' P'iiivei-. no English an or of much abil- 
ity, has beea engaged by Mr. Frohman Lo 
piny tin* leading juvenile part lu Henry Ar- 
thur .tones' new play, "The llypurrites," 
which is slated far production early In the 
Fall nt Hie Hudson. Mr. Fuber nails io-day 
for New Yi»rk. 

Ernesi Mayer, or Ihc Internalionnl '-.opy- 
rlglil Bureau'. Is doing good work for the 
KngJIsh dramatists on the continent. Lately 
In* Inis disposed of the Swedish rights of 
"The Walls of Jericho," and the Hungarian 
rights of "The Fascinating Mr. Vnnderveldt." 
ile has nlso been snccesaful In placlny lu 
America u drniuntixutloii, of the Cermnn p'ay- 
wrlnlil. Franz Von Schoenlhaii, ot Charles 
Dlckeua' "Little Dorrit." 

Uiiynof ItevnoMs. a well known member 
of Hie lialetv company, died lust week from 
shock, fallowing an operation for perltonills. 
Before joining Ueorge ' Edwnrdes couipany 
Kite iiuule a lengthy tour ot India during 
liml-ii'j, nnd afterward scored a success ns 
Hester, lu "Aly Lady Molly," whbh Reared 
a Hueeessi In its engagement nt Terry'H. but 
only net wllh n fair reception In America. 

A 'tablet will shortly be ulllxed lo No, 54 
Grout Mai-H'oioiigh Street, l^iidon, by the 
London oountv council, to coiuineinorate the 
reslilouce, from 170J to 1804. of Mrs. Sld- 
dous. 

fhnrh's Wvndbnm wishes to have It known 
that he has no present Intentlou of making 
n professional tour lu the States. 

Judgment was entered recently in a Lon- 
don court for the holders of £1*20.000 worth 
of deheutiires In Ihe Lyceum (HttKtl (Ltd.). 
It was stated that the nnuiey was due, with 
inierest from January last. The property 
Is freehold, and very valuable* The Judge 
directed that the minder In i-hnniherM should 
sellle Hie terms iiihui which the property Is 
lo be offered Tor sale, and to give Lhc pluln- 
tiffs liberty to apply for leave to attend and 
bid. 

Will Bishop, who was assistant stage mali- 
nger at the 4'ollacum. under Marshall .Moore, 
will, on Monday next, commence an engage- 
ment on the Moss & Sloll tour nt (he Ard- 
wick tir i Umpire, Alnnchester. Mr. 

Bishop will present the sceiui, entitled "My 
Golliwog," It was done at Ihe Coliseum 
many montlis ago, nnd was received wllh 
uiiieli favor. 

Newell and Nlblo arrived from America on 
Thursday. They leave for South Africa to- 
day week. Their friends ill Ibis country re- 
ceived this week n neut and novel post card 
showing route the clever musicians lake lu 
the Irlp lo South Africa front America, via. 
Kaglinti It makes tl good advertisement 
for I hem. 

SallliiK far New York today from Sonth- 
amploii, are: John t'leudeulug, JessV Mil- 
ward. Ermhile Knrle, Billy Could. Ted Marks 
ami A. I,. Fischer. Ted Murks, by the way. 
Is to lu' ihe Attu'i-lcnu represenlnllvc of Ash- 
Ion's Hoyal Agency. 

The report of the New Tlvoll Music Hall, 
Ltd., shows n sinking Improvement In net 
revenue for Ihe year ended June HO. The 
gross receipts Increased by about £10,400 to 
,V..YJ.tid0, but as expenses oulv row £1,0(10, the 
net earnings lump from £.'t,00i> to £i:,.0DO. 
This Is snld hi lie a very antlsfnclory result. 
The hdnl dividend for the yenr will lie four- 
teen per rent., as against six per eenl. in Hie 
preceding period, and will be the highest paid 
since linioui, when the rate of distribution 
was seventeen per eenl. 

On Monthly next the Harmony Four open 
at I lie Hippodrome. They were to piny nt 
the Coliseum, but now that that house Is 
closed the engagement was Baffled to the 
Hippodrome. They have been meeting with 
ihe usual phenomenal success accorded their 
entertnlulug slum- nt the Oxford. "Happy" 
Hughes, us he is ended by <hls hit haute 
friends, remains the lmiKlinuiker of the Four. 



MfinplilM At Hopkins' East End Park 

(A. B. Alonlsoii, manager) business week of 
July JO wns exceedingly good. The pro- 
,; mm me Included: I'aplutn. Le ltrun Opera 
Trio. Ed. Ln Vine, Samson and Zacclio. Paul 
Kh'lsl and the kiundroiuc. On the hiwu, 
Blanch Sloan gave an ncrhil ring exhibition, 
and Ciiineriinl performed his daring "slide 
for life." 

FAiiiVt.AMi (R F. Singleton, mnungerl. — 
"Tenues'-ee's Pardner." peeiieiiled the entire 
week of "i>, crowded the Pavilion every ner- 
ioinuime. Liulii Moure and I'lederbk Mon- 
tague, old favorites lion-, emit lime to re- 
ceive vociferous iipplauxe. The luatlur-ea nre 
cype< hilly popular, and Ihe uiauiigemetil Is 
hlnhlv pleased with iitlendauce nt the park. 
For week of Aug. B, "Cnpt. Bwlft." 



period last vear, they have resolved not to 
declare nn interim dividend, but to carry 
forward the profit lo the current half year's 
tircoutit. They add that, should the Improve- 
ment continue lo tbe end of the year, ns the 
dlrerton expert It will, tlmy will be In a 
position to recommend a dividend on the 
ordinary shares. 

The Alhambrn management offers a change 
of bill for next week. Among Ihe newcomers 
nre: The Musical Johnstons, who seored so 
10 heavily n few weeks RJO] wllh their clever 
musical entertainment : Tony Wilson nnd 
Ilelolse, Lea Anioros, nnd the Crnggs. The 
new elasslcnl liallet. "L'Amour." c-im t Imios 
to be a great draw, and the house Is crowded 
nightly, 
Air 



OUR CHICAGO LF.TTEU. 



FItOM OUtt OWH COIUIKSrONDENT. 



Western Ilurena 
of tht> Xfw York Clipper, 
Hoom .Mil. Ashland Block, Clilceffo. 
There will be no changes at the down 
town houses. Ijist w«*k good houses ruled 
at the Stiulcbaker. Grand Opera House nnd 
the Colonial, the three playhouses which had 
new plays. Plavs that hold over nre: "A 
Strenuous Life,' nt -the Stiulcbaker ; "The 
Vamlerbllt Top," nl the Colonial: "Hose Val- 
ley." nt the Grand opera House: "Told In 
I lie Hills," at Powers': "The Land of Nod." 
Dnlmulne, mother of Mrs. Thomas 1( t Chicago opera House, nnd one of the lilts 



Ilurrasford, litis Just died. Airs. Dnhunlue, 
who lived wllh her daughter nnd sou-ln-low, 
nt. the Hippodrome. Brighton, was in her day 
n brilliant vocalist. She was a memb-ir of 
(he opcrnlle eompunles formed by the late 
i'harles Alorton. for the performance of se- 
lection'., notably at tbe Canterbury and nt 
the oxford. 

A good bill (Ills the Pavilion nightly. 1 
witnessed the per forma aire one night thin 
week. The Eight Lancashire Lnds followed 
na overture. I did not "catch" lliem, nor 
did 1 see Bay und Caldcn. in a comedy aer, 
or Dolly Golden, dancer. Daisy Mayer in nl- 
wuvs sure of a good reception nt Ibis bouse. 
She. got her usual baud the other night. 
Daisy Ford and Walter Tilbury, ln mu- 
sical sketch, called "When the Cnt's Away," 
has Ihh'ii reviewed before In Hits letter. Fore- 
man nnd Fnniuni (Percy and Harold) do nn 
act on the order of that made famous la 
America by Ward nnd Vokes. They made 
good with the audience. Albert Wlielnu, nn 
Australian entertainer, I (bought excepllon- 
m II v good. Phil liny, palter comodimi, is 
we'll known to Ihe readers or this letter. Ata- 
lnnln does n good disrobing act on the wire, 
and it en I flies on wllh the audience. Gil- 
bert Gli-urd had Ihe audience laughing nil 
the time lie was ou (be stage. Annie Itrad- 
dfin proved lo be a pretty nnd tnlenled come- 
dienne. Alliert Le Fre continue* on the hill 
with his catchy sceiui. "The Topical Topper." 
Whit CunlHVe. rnarilhrn.! Edwia lioyde. com- 
edian: Chris Kic'inrdri, comedian and dancer; 
the Pavilion Olr'R, vocnllsts nud dancers; 
the Kentuek Four, Including Topsy, lu plaa- 
tiulnii song* and dances: Lydia and Albino, 
Ciiuillbrlsts. and La Milu and Crnlckshank 
are others taking part In the show, bat ns 
thev have been sjioketi of Is'fore. I 'need 
hardly dearrihe their acts again. Letlur\ fe- 
male Impersonator, is also on the hill. Alnbel 
llardiue and companv, in an American skelch, 
entitled "Nell, of Ihe Aluslc Halts," goes well 
at this house, but local critics think It hcurs 
n slrong resen i id an ee to "The Chorus Lady," 
which met with such phenomenal success re- 
cently nt the Paliice, and inmlc Itose Stnhl 
fuinous In this clly 



of (his season, "Brown of Harvard," nt the 
Uarrirk, 

li-uNois Theatrr (Will J. Davis, mnnn- 
gerj. — Ou Sunday night. Aug. ",. "Tim Lion 
nud the Mouse" began the tifteeenth week of 
Its i-uii in Chicago. Business continues big. 

PitWKKS' Tiikatkk (Harry J. Powers, mil li- 
nger). — "Told In the Hills" will discontinue 
Its- Sunday evening performances, nud vuu- 
Hiltiitt' Kriihiy innllni'es. Edwin Arden, 
Bruce Aicllae, and Crystal Heme continue 
their good acting, and the attendance is 
heavy. 

Colonial Tjikatm: fflcorge W. IaOderer, 
manager). — Elsie .Inula has received, during 
the past week, one of the most enthusiastic 
receptions ever accorded a lies- musical com- 
edy star ln tills clly. "The Yunderhllt Cup.*' 
closing Its first week, liiids Itself lu high 
local fnror. Sept. 15, "George Washington 
Jr." 

G.iiiiMcK Tiikatuk (Heiliert C. Dime, mnn- 
nger). — "Drown of Harvard." well along in 
it* third in. mill, continues (o draw Inrge au- 
diences. The piny Is lively, and the enst ex- 
cellent. The receipts for (he first eight 
weeks almost equalled the New York re- 
eei'tls for tlfteen weeks. 

H-ri;ro:nAKi:it TntiATJtr. (It. K. narraeyer, 
innnager). — "A Strenuous Life." Ihe Berke- 
ley CoUcko farce. Is proving to be a great 
laugh creator. Wllllnin Norrls and his unusu- 
ally good company of players give n lively 
performance of this bright play. 

Ciiicauo Oi'kiia HorsK (Lyman B. Glover, 
manager for Kohl & Cnstle). — "The Laud of 
Nod" continues to bo pros-H-rous, tho popu- 
lar prices attracting large crowds to every 
performance. The cast remains unchanged, 
and Is a parlloularly good one. 

Guano Oi'kiia Homuj (Hnrrv Askln, man- 
ngeri. — >.Mnrgaret Alerrlngton's piny, bearing 
lis prize name, "ltosc Vnlley." will remain 
two weeks longer. .Manager William Block 
is well pleased with the way the audiences 
have received Hie play, and will send it on 
the road. 

ItWUf NoiiTUKicv Theatkb (Fred C. 
Elverts, manager). — For a melodrama In a 



'ihirrJ -fklnV in 1 Comnanv sille.1 vesler- rtnw,,mw " theatre. "Bedford's Hope" U mak- 
■ foe . onr n \ iSl i di umler MaiTV H* n ■"S? nm at ,1,ts Il0U «- The TOmlll ff 
SJSL" .'. ...i., diV W "«i ' ' » hi '.i, he ( ! ""vpays- io other playhouses docs no? 



till.. . 

lllckards' niaiiageiueiit. nnd will do the 
sketches. "Fishing" nnd ".Motoring." Air. 
Tnle's "Alotoriiig" Coiuiinny, which has Just 
concluded a long tour In America, and 
wns hi Ihe Saa Francisco earthquake, 
sail lu I couple of weeks for a Ilfty-six 
weeks' tour lu llu* Slates. Kvw Yorker* will 
have n chance to see Mr. Tate himself as he 
is honked hi appear In thai city for six weeks 
only, commencing In October, ile will pro- 
duce his "Fishing'' sketch. 

Playing Glasgow thin week nre quite a 
number of American nets and other* well 
known to American renders. At the Em- 
pire ore: John Linvsou and company. Cooke 
and AIIrr llolhert, t'nleedo. and Ihe Bur- 
gnnnv Troupe. At the Hippodrome; Eugene 
Slraltoii, nud the Three Merrills. At the 
Pavilion: Heely and Meely, nnd Mnrtlno and 
Son.' -At the Coliseum : The Casino Comedy 
Four, the Crnggs. Jacques Inaudl, Mabel Sin- 
clair, Starr and Leslie, nnd Hal Godfrey and 
company. At. the Palace: De lliere. Dayman 
nnd Frunklln. Brown and Nevnrro, and the 
Brother* Lowenwlrth. 

Billy Tucker, (he bng puncher. Is nt the 
Hnckney Empire this week. Afler his first 
performance lie was shifted to n star place 
ou the program me. owing to the hearty man- 
ner lu which be was received. 

Manv changes In the 1)111 took me to (he 
Palace on Monday. Evan Evans, a Welsh 
comedian, opened Ihe show. Ho tells stories 



nud ills dancing always brings several rounds nnd sings songs tn Welch din tret and gives 



» i > 



Tin: uatls of Ihe High Boilers call have 
been chanced lo Aug. i;t tor the ladles, nud 
Aug. 10 fur gentlemen. 



nf iiMplaiis. . 

Charles O'Connor hns been appointed press 
reresentattve of (he Palace. Mr. O'Connor 
formerly occupied a similar position at the 
Lyceum, and he Is well liked by Ihc members 
ot the press. 

due Ivtermaii will shortly singe a revised 
edition of "The King ut Sahara." his new 
musical comedy -sketch, which was done nt 
the Oxford a few weeks ago. At the tltno 
lliere wns something wrong nlmut the book, 
l-oi'lies Dawson has done the new book. 

Tout Coslello, the well known English mu- 
sic hall comedian. Is unite ill, und has been 
obliged to set back some of his immediate 
time. Ptomaine poisoning I* the cause of 
Mr. ens-din's Illness. 

Chnrles Leonard Fletcher made his reap- 
pearance nt tho Metropolitan on Monday, 
mill achieved Ids usunl success wllh a navel 
nail nrtlfdlc performance. Afler another 
week at the Melropollliltl Mr. Fletcher Will 
go on Hie Moss & Stall tour. Dale In Octo- 
ber he will sail for Australia, where he will 
plnv the tth-kurdy houses. 

A. Staughtou, who has been stage mnua- 
ger at the New Cross Empire for the past 



.. .'ominendablc ncl. Gwenuic Hash., vocal- 
ist nnd fnncy dancer, furnished a nice little 
entertainment. Sclbo. club Juggler, has been 
spoken of before. Jose Collins, daughter of 
Lottie Collins, goes well. Alay Belfort wore 
some iKMiutlfiil gowns, and sung three tuneful 
songs. Moouey und Holbein, lu a vaudeville. 
lulermexr.0, hnve n novel net. Mr. Mooney 
Is nn eecenerle dancer ot the llrst school. 
Ills dlflh-ult. and graceful work made hlin 
n favorite at mice. Miss Holbein hns n good 
voice nnd Is likewise quite a comedienne In 
her way. tiny Wallace, mimic, has been men- 
tioned mnny Hnios before, Pnul Mnrtlmiedi's 
Co. iimicnred lu a new pantomime, entitled 
"Aly Wife." Luce-It e de \erley. n chic French 
singer, repented the sucrpRS made on her 
llrsi appearance nt Hie Palace iliout n year 
ago. Itolst Hat-court. "The Girl from the 
Colonies," lind the 10.(1 sjmt on the pro- 
gramme. Her place explains the lill she is 
making. Cbnnlt, Hie uulck change performer, 
whose novel mid original effrrts I spoke of 
MM* thlie ago. U duplicating ihe good ini- 
presolon he made In his early apiwarniiee at 
this bouse. Fred Niblo continues to make his 



playhouses docs 
diminish Interest lu It. 

Majestic Theatiui (Wm. Ncwkirk, mana- 
ger for Kohl & Castle). — May Holey and her 
Colly Girls, nnd Bert Leslie, "The- King of 
Slang," will nc the chief features of the hill 
for week of U. Tbe programme will also in- 
clude: Carlisle's dogs and ponies, Howard 
nnd Bland. Ferlcy, liny-wood, Cooroy and 
Haywood, Itlnlto Comedy Four, Sidney Ster- 
ling anil company. Millard Bros., Llr/le Alc- 
Kcever, Avery and Pearl, Edward \ai SEelle, 
nud Ihe kiuodroine. Good business last week, 
despite (he warm weather. 

Oi.YMl'ir! Tukatuk (Abe Jacobs, manager 
for Kolil & Castle).— Buslnexs has been ex- 
cellent at this house nil Summer. Jessie 
fouthoni. a invorlle Chicago enterlriner. 
will make her llrst vaudeville appearance In 
two yenr* here on Monday, li. The Clnrkes, 
Hazardous Globe. Lillian Appel nud Frederick 
Summer, .lee Flynn. Eleanor Durel, Byron 
und Irtiijgdon. Lnvfnla De Witt, (ho Aldeuns, 
Slnuioii, Arthur Keeley and the Slewnrt Sis- 
ters, Lewis Lesslugtou, Iterulep and Boy, 
Peru and Wilson, and Ihe kluodrome will also 
he seen. 

Binm Tiii:atiik (William Itoche. ninnnger). 
— "Cncle Josh Sprucehy." n rural comedy of 
realism, wilt be offered here week of ,",. It 
has been remodeled somewhat for the present 
season, nnd furnished with new scenery, 
showing New York localities and plows In 
Green Mountain Stnte. Last week "Land 
«' Cotton" was presented with very satis- 
factory results. For li! nud week, "Thorns 
und Orange Blossoms." 

Ai.iiamiuia TiiKATitH (Jns. H. Brown, mnn- 
ngerL— Leni II. Parker's "Hie Cowboy Girl," 
n dm mn, varied by numerous songs, comes 
here for a stay of our week Similar, fi. 
'■Cncle Josh Sprneeby" plnyeil lo good busl- 
ness lust week. "Neltle. ihe Newsgirl," for 
1'2 and week. 

CoMiiriiiK TiiEATnE (Weber Bros.. Tnana- 
gcrs).— The new season will be Inn ami ruled 
al this playhouse Sunday, fi, "The I^nd o' 
Cidton, ' a Southern rural plnv, will be the 
opening bill. For 12 and week, "Tbe Moon- 
mi liter s Daughter." 

Fou.v Tiihathk (John It. Atmbf. man- 
ngerl.— This house closed for (wo weeks Sal- 
urdny. 4. "Our Daisies" was Inst week's al- 
tractlon, nnd proved verv llliiowiflil lielng 
one of Hie best shows of the stock senson 
here. 

TnorAitEito Theatre (L It Welnpnrten, 
manager i.— Offering (he only bnrlestpie show 
In (own. the stock company al this- house, 
beaded by Nnt Fields, will present "In Gar 
Puree." Williams and Glllurl. Ferris-Wile* 



Got Barber 1 * Itch From Shaving— \\ orie 

Cndt r linct jr'» Care— Cured byOn« 

■ Set of Catlruro— font $1. 

"I want to send you a word of thanks 
for what the wonderful Cuticura Reme- 
dies have done for mc. I got shaved and 
got barber's itch, and doctored myself 
with my own doctor, but it got worse all 
the time. I spent in all about fifty dollars 
with doctors, but still it got worse. A 
friend of mine wanted mc to try the Cuti- 
cura Remedies. As I had tried everything, 
I was discouraged. I bongnt one set o£ 
the Cuticura Remedies (Soap, Ointment 
and Pills, cost $1.00), and they cured me' 
entirely, ' so I cannot praise them too 
much. I would-be- willing to do most any- 
thing for the promotion of a cause like 
the Cuticura Remedies. They are won- 
derful, and I have recommended them to 
every one wliere occasion demanded it. 
I think every- family should know about 
the Cuticura Remedies where they have 
children. Allen Ridgway, Station Master, 
the Central Railroad Company of New 
Jersey, Barnegat Station, N. J., Oct. 2. 
1905" 

Williams will offer specialties. Last week 
"Fiddle Dunf" drew good houses. 

White City (Pnul D. llowse, manngeri.— 
Tbe twelfth week of the senson nt this park 
will begin Sunday. Aug. 0, with many new 
r.uni'-i Ions and nil the favorite old ones, 
nmong the best of them being Big uttu'a 
Wild Animal Show and Jewell's Alaulkiiiv. 
In the blpiwdrome ring, which is free to nil 
visitors, performance*, will lie given by Clay- 
ton, Jenkins and Jasper, the tatter being .1 
mule. There is nlwnys n large crowd present 
at these performs nees. ■' The' Kilties Band, 
which has olfered a musical sensation, wilt 
remnln, next week being (he last nf the en- 
gagement. The band ,wilt give two com-oris 
dally. An extended and varied vaudevillo 
bill will be given In the theatre. 
' Bivki'.view Park (William Johnson, man- 
nger). — Ilivorvlew ngnln rnme to tbe front 
.Saturday night, 4, by presenting Pain's gor- 
geous ilreworks espectacle, "The lanst Days 
of poui'ieB," which wns recently located on 
the South side. Cain's spectacle is one of 
tho biggest outdoor productions ever given, 
having a scenic picture. 4O0 feet long, em- 
ploying live hundred people, n military hnud, 
nnd giving n ¥1,500 display of Ilreworks 
every- night. Architect* nre already making 
plans for this park for next senson. On 
the tract sooth of the present site, :;nu feet 
wide nnd Tuu feet long, will lie the biggest 
nnd l»est scenic railway money mn build. 
On Ihe north side, of (be grounds will be 
const i". 1 e 1 i'il a 10 1 ier coast er. 

Sans Sorn Park { Leonard Wolf, man- 
ager). — Visitors to litis resort will (ind a 
Daw fcnlure next week In Vladimir orlnff, 
claimed to be the only man who csciitcd ihe 
dungeons under Port Arthur. Orlolf give* 
exhibitions of Hie manner in which lie is 
said to have released bluiseir. It is slated 
that he was a gun euptatn on 20,'t raeirv hill, 
nud Hint he was arrcKlt-d for breach of i|)s- 
(Ipllne. Vessellii'* Baud.i lb una will offer 
an extensive reoertory of new piece:, during 
the coming week. 

Cmltbh. — 1 aptaln Carl Howelsen, of ihe 
Swedish army, expert skel Junt|ier, will give 
daily exhibitions tdkllng three hundred feet 
down tho chutes and leaping into the In- 
gooii. Willi Pozzl's Italian Band, Mermaid 
Elter, Dame's Inferno, the electric theatre, 
pictures from Arabian Nights, tnle* and 
vaudeville from everywhere, .Ihe fenlures 
here will "present almost every form of enter- 
tainment. 

Uavima Park (J. J. Murdock, manngert. 
— Walter Dnmroseh bids farewell to his 
ninny admirers In Chicago on Sunday. Tbe 
same effects will be used lu Haydn's 
"Fnrewoll Symphony" that Its composer used 
at the German Court at the time ut lis com- 
position. Monday night, 0. Hie four week 
season of the Theodore Thomas Orchestra 
begins.' Director SiucJCs programme will 1» 
lighter tliuii those offered nt Orchestra I bill. 

Clark Strrkt Museum (Umls Al. Hedges, 
mnungerl. — Viola Larson, Elln St. Clemens, 
Prof. Wood nnd lit* opium den. Chief Pralrio 
Dog nnd Ids squaw, aud Prof. Venelin. in Ihe 
curio hall, and B.-tv I.ooails, Dnvrc and 
Harper. Thome nnd Grav, Jennie Alack, and 
the Irvine Sisters, in the theatre, will bo 
next week's bill. 

1, 'Mm?* DUIH Miiskitm (William Sweeney, 
mnnager). — Curio ball oltnielions for week 
of .1 will be: Ed. Clifford, hand balancer; 
Bridle BUI, rope walker:' the Indian Village, 
Susie Carscllo, New York Duleh, tat I oner, 
and Ihc Midway dnnccrs. In tbe theatre Ihe 
following will Ik* seen : I'nullne Lacouda, May 
Alnzelle, and Beatrice Ituiuscv. 

Aktkiimath. — Cameron and Flnnnngnn's 
specialty, nt the Olympic this week, proved 

the lilt uf the hilt Horry Corson Clarko 

was Ci.HTEit Bttrenn caller Alonday. July 

30 Neff nnd Allller have signed wllh 

Bob Manchester'* Cracker Jacks Cor next 

season The members ot "The Lnnd oC 

Nod" Co. spent Thursday nt Michigan City. 
They left here on the sleainer Theodnro 
Itoosevelt, nud had n Humuighly enjoyable 

day Three more names are announced 

ns hnving been ndded to the roster or Ihe* 
compnny which will he fsenn nt the New The- 
atre next senson. They nre Jnmes Diirkht, 
Mrs. Maggie Ilollowny Flslicr and Sheldon 

Lewis Tim Garrlck Theatre will bo 

rinsed from Aug. IS to *ir,. when It will re- 
ii|kmi for the regular Fall season, producing 
n new piny for the first time on nuy stage. 
The house litis beeu undergoing a cleaning 
up proeess for the present months, without 
interfering with the iierfurinnnces of "Brown 
of llnrvard," but it. Is necessary lo close it 

for one week lo re-en root the bouse 

"When Justice is Done was presented nl tho 
BIJou Theatre. White Cltv, week of July till, 
nnd so emphiitlc wns Its success that Ihe 
Western Vaudeville Association innnneers 
booked tho sketch fnr the Olvmple, Majestic 
nnd llnytnnrket Theatres, beginning nt tho 

first nu tiled house week of Aug. SO 

Maliel Harrison wns out of the cast at the 
Chicago opera House production, "The Land 
of Nod," owing to a minor operation on her 
nose. Her plaec was taken bv Kibe] Dovry. 
Miss Harrison rejoined Hie show Friday even- 
ing, 

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MARYLAND. 



Baltimore— The IIolHdny Street Theatre 
(George \V. Itlfe, manager 1 opened Its doors 
for the season Aug. 4. wllh "The Alan of Her 
Choice." The Intense heat hnd a had effect 
upon the first day's business. "The Tower of 
Alouev" 13. 

HbANEY's (Chnrles K, Blnney, manager).— 
lite Unssell Brofhors opened both their own 
senson nud Hint of the house 4. in "The Great 
Jewel Mystery." "The Queen of the Circus" 

Eu'CTRii? Pauk (Sehnnberger & Irvln, 
mntingers). — The bill for « and week i«* 
headed hv Harry PI leer nnd six iM*. n*ul I"-- 
eludes: Arr.o, Swan and Bambnrd, Genaro and 
Pulley, nuil AiexnOHer. "i tie tiiolitJiiwil nun* 
reduced atlendanee Inst week. 

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VKItMOXT. 



bearers laugb. Mile. Bertbe Uordeverry and and company, Varuo aud Valdure, and James 



Bnrllmjton. — At tbe Strong Theatre 

'• •**. ..ciii. 11 raj,; 1 .*. 

slrels played Aug. :t. to a good bouse. Emma 
Bunting L'o. week of ti. 



AfJGTJsT-Tl. 



THE NEW YOEK OLIPPEBi 



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MASSACHUSETTS. 



Boston. — The flrpt of the local houses to 
open for the season was tbe Ornnrt Opera 
Honee* which threw open its doors last Sat- 
urday night, with "Bertha, the Sewing Ma- 
chine Girl," as the attraction. The new hills 
for this week are : "The New Magdalen," at 
tne Globe ; "Martha," at the Castle Square, 
mid "The Gambler's Dautfiter.'Vnt the Bow- 
fiofn Square. Harry Bulger, Id "The Man 
from Now," continues, eleventh week, nt tne 
Tremont. The stormy weather of the past 
week lessened attendances at the parka and 
beaches, hut Indoor attractions prospered. 

Trbmont (John B. Bchoeffel, manager). — 
Harry Unifier, In "The Man from Now," Is 
novrtn his rlcvcnth week, with the end of 
(be engagement announced for 25. Business 
lias been excellent, and the piece well liked. 
-The Prince of Pllsen," with Jess Dandy, 
will fn.loiv for a two wccks' slay. 

fttAHD Oi'KRA BOOMI (Gen. W. Mngce, man- 
ager). — "Bertha, -the Sewing Machine Olrl," 
was the opening bill of the regular season nt 
this house last Saturday night. The house 
was tilled to overflowing by a well pleased 
audience. Edith Browning headed a capable 
company. Next week, Howard Ilflll, in '"The 
Millionaire Detective." 

<Jlodb (Stair A Wilbur, managers).— The 
John Craig Slock Co. Ik seen this week In 
"The New Magdalen," with Lillian I^awrence 
and Thomas MacLarnle playing the leads. 
Last week's bill was "A Scrap of Paper," to 
good business. "The Gay Lord <}uei" next. 
Castle Sqtiarb (Boston Stage Society, man- 
agers). — "Martha" Is the offering of the 
stock opera company for week of 6. Mary 
Currlngton will sing the title role, and other 
principals will be Hattle Belle Ladd, Harry 
Lnckstone, Otis Thayer. George Tallman and 
Harry Davles. "The Pirates of Peniance" 
held attention last week. "I'm I>lavolo" 
next. _ 

BowuniH Squabb (G. E. Lothrop. mnna- 
gerl. — The Lothrop Stock Co. this week. In 
"The Gambler's Daughter." On Friday after- 
noon end evenlnc. 10, the popular leading 
lady, Charlotte Hnnt, will have her annual 
bemrOt 'Beware of Men" will be the hill, 
with extra vaudeville acts also offered. "The 
Minister's Daughter" was well presented last 
week. For week of 13. "Hawl klrke." 

Kfitii'h (B. V. Keith, manager). — Bill 
for week of 6: Kings rl Troupe, Four Everetts. 
Clifford and Bnrke. Dixon and Anger. Estellc 
Wordette. Ray Cox, Do»«t Bedlnl- Ben 
Beyer, Malverne and Thomns, Morton, 
Temple and Morton. Billy Broad, new mov- 
ing pictures, nnd the Fodcttrs Woman's Or- 
chestra, In their tenth week of popular con- 
certs. 

Palace iCbas. II. Waldron. manager). — 
"In Vacation Time" nnd "Hiawatha" are 
the burlesque stock offerings Ibis week, with 
Messrs. Graham, Patterson, Thompson. 
Schuster and Dixon as the fun makers'. The 
olio presents: Allan Wlgbtman. the Wilsons. 
tbe Lefavor Bros., Anatellc Roscoc, and the 
Palaresebpe. 

Austin & Stonr'r Uusnni (A. B. White, 
manager*. — '"The Darkles from the South," 
as presented by a big company of colored 
comedians, la the star card in tne curio hall 
6-18. Trlxle, snake queen, nnd Prof. Topp's 
"half tone" orchestra are other fen t tires. In 
the tlientrc nrc: The Minstrel Maids, intrn- 
dnclng Minnie Burke, Grace Toledo, Corn 
Kvelyn, Lottie Blanchnrd. Marion Cleveland, 
Cassie French, Mildred Klao, Krla Musette. 
Grace Howard. Clms- Clark, Billy Hall, Frank 
Cook and Jus. Maxwell, and extra vaude- 
ville by Tom Bateman, Adams and Mack, 
Welcome and McDade, Gorman and FranclB, 
and Pearl HudBoa, who Is making a bit with 
her illustrated songs. 

Walsh's Muokcm (L. B. Walker, mana- 
ger). — In curio hall: Frank Green, who lifts 
.•in 1,800 pound horse; Aganello, human pin- 
cushion; Mllo, the human eel, and Oklnhoma 
Bill, the cowboy cnrnettlst. Stage show: 
Nellie Hartford's Knlogn Burlesqucrs and liv- 
ing art studies. OMo: Henry Wnlre, Barney 
Flynn, May English, Ninn Goiillette, Annie 
Martin. Pearl Arnold and Blanche Lorlng. 

Nickelodeon' (W. IT. YVolffc manuger). 
— In curio hall: \jl relic's trained dogs and 
Kid Meyers, strong man. In the theatre: 
Ross Sisters' Mammoth Burlesqucrs. Olio — ■ 
May Collins. Mnbel Marlowe. Alice Melvln, 
Maiid Crnndnll, Ida Merrill, Rohm nnd Carey. 
Blanche Savoy, Mm Kerr, B. ft mils and 
Sam Black. 

AlEDFOrtn Boulevard Tiieathk (J. W. Gor- 
man, manuger). — Matthew Ott's musical 
corned v, "Mr. Planet from Mars," is being 
presented here this week, by J. W. Gor- 
msn'H company. A capital bill of vaude- 
ville was offered last week, to good business; 
NoRUMBEfJA, 1'ahk (Carl Alberto, mana- 
ger).— Bill for week of (i, in the rustic the- 
ntre: Hallen and Fuller, Chester Blodgett 
Johnstone. Jennings and Renfrew, Qulg, 
Mackey and Nicholson, and the komogrnph. 
Lbxinuto.n I'aok (J. T. Benson, mana- 
ger). — The Lambert-Bcnbrooke Co., tbe Mu- 
steal Knrsys. Wenlworth and Vesta, Boyce 
and Black. Torolli's ponies, and the komo- 
graph are this week's canls in the open Hlr 
l hen t re. 

Wondebland Park (F. C. Thompson, man- 
ager). — in the free open nil* circus this week 
in; Mile. I<onbet. In her "Auto Dive ;" Cnrr 
Sisters, equestrians; Fritz Bene, clown, nnd 
a balloon ascension. Others features: 
Princess' Trlxle, educated horse: Ferari s 
trained wild anlmuls, and the Salem Cadet 
Band. 

Paracon Park (G. A. Dodge, mnnnger).— 
La Belle Binoche. In her slide for life; Prof. 
Darling and his I rained dogs and ponies, and 
Will Hill, high wire walker, nnd others are 
In -the -open air clmis this week. Bostock s 
Animal Arena continues to attract much at- 
tention. ' ■ 

Notes. — Lulla Deane will be the new load- 
ing ladv a* the Castle Square commencing 

Sept. :t "Saudv" Chapman will have a 

prominent role In "Hap'' Ward's new piny. 
"Not Yet. But Soon," which will open at the 

Globe 27 Toby Lyons will be with Peter 

F. Dailcv's "The Tress Agent" next season. 

Nellie B. Chandler's ladies' orchestra 

has started Its thin! season nt tbe Grand 

Opera House Theatres to open this 

month are: The Howard, 20: the Ly renin. 
20; the Boston. 27: the Columbia. 27. nnd 
the Glob* 27. The Park, the Hollts. tbe Co- 
lon'al, the Majestic and tbe Orpheum open 
on Labor Day. 

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New Bedford. — At the New Bedford 
Theatre (Wm, B. Cross, manager) Dock : 
Btader's iMlnstrels opened this house Jnly 31 
to capacity. Taylor Stock Co. Aug. 11. 

Hathaway's (J. M. Hathaway, mana- 
eer).— Hathaway Stock Co. presented 'The 
Circus Girl." to excellent business last week, 
"young Mrs. Wlnthrop" week of 0. 

Savoy (W. II, Shine, manager). — Moving 
pictures and Illustrated songs draw well, toe 
programme being changed twice a week. 

Lincoln Pahk (I. W. Phelps, manager). 
—This forest theatre, after being closed for 
a week became of the local car strike, 
opened Julv 30. with the following bill, to 
good business: Beanie Valdare Troupe. Plerco 
and Opp. Kilts and Johnson, Cora Gray, 
Harry Breen. and moving pictures. * 

Notes'— The Taylor mock Co. (H. W. 
Taylor, manager) Is rehearsing at the New 
Bedford prior to opening Jl. The company 
Includes: Wm. Dale, Ben !■'. Lorlng, Joseph 
If. Benner. Francis J. Olllen. Harry Moore. 
John McKcnna, W. A. Taylor, Louis C. 
Jenckei, Warren L. Corey, And. McKnlght. 
Juggllns De Lisle, At Anderson, J. Hamil- 
ton Golns. Anne I vera. Carrie Lee. Kthel 
HararlcH and Xula F.llswortli. . . . Jan. A. 
Bliss U directing all productions of the Ilath- 

awnv Stock Co Jessie Itolph Jollied 

(he 'Hathaway forces 30, playing characters. 

and made a big hit Adra Alnslee. who 

is plnvlng the leads with the Hathaway Co., 
him hpcome very popular wllb the IocbI the 
airegolng public The local street cai; 



strike la drawing to a close now, and the 
public arc riding more each day. This helps 

the theatres very much Tho local stage 

hands of the various theatres have' applied 
for a charter to Join the union. 
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Lowell— At tbe Likevicw Thoatro (J. J. 
Flynn, manager), last week "The Belle of 
New York" played to big business. The 
players were: Tony Williams, Charles Saxon, 
.'o-*cph Conway, llobcrt A. Bvnns, Joe Natns, 
John Duncan, Harry Humphries. Julia Alex- 
ander. Grace Enlnr, Florence and Hth'elltnse, 
with Charles Hchloasinjtcr, musical director. 
"A Spring Chicken" Aug. (Ml. 
. Canobie Lakh Paiik Tjikatm (J. Grant 
Gibson, resident manager). — In the opera 
company, Inst week, Irving Wnlton. Marl 
Itpddtag, Fred Woodbury, J. Graut Gibson, 
Kilzabeth Lou He, Pauline flnrlce, Grace King, 
Kitty Blnghnm and Joseph Burton did clever 
work. "The Irish Alderman" 0-lt. 

LIamptox Beach Casino (Win. H. Phln- 
ney, mannger). — Good business continues. A 
change from the usual high class vaudeville 
will be "The Miller's Bride," for current 
week. 

Notek. — Chas. Snxon nnd Florence Brooks 
will bo -with Hilly Van's conrnanv next sea- 
son "The Belle of New York" Co. la re- 
hearsing "A Black Sheep," as Its production 

for ibe current week The Arcade, when 

It returns from Conoble Luke Park, for tho 
regular season, will move Into hotter tnentcrl 
nnd more apnclnu* quarters, and will he un- 
der the sniiie direction us last season, Geo. 
W. Corey. 

Lynn. — The Lynn Theatre (F. G. Harri- 
son, mnnnger), although still In the hands 
oi' rhe carpenters and others branches of the 
building trade, ss the Interior Is being 
changed and grently Improved, Lew Dock- 
stader and his mln'strcis played to packed 
Iiousch there Aug. 1, giving an excellent en- 
tertainment. Primrose's Minstrels 1ft. 

Relay Tubatkk, Nnhant (C. W. Sbenfe, 
manager). — Business wns good last week. 
This wet k : Diinlmr. Morrison nnd Berwick, 
Jack Agnew, Will Beverly nnd the bioscope. 

Go«MAN*k Susimeii Tiihatbe. Salem Wil- 
lows (Michael Doyle, manager). — -The Gor- 
man Specialty Co. this week, and good busi- 
ness is reported. 

Notes. — Grace Kimball, of this city. Is 
now enjoying a rest nl her home, after an 
extended season on the Western circuit ... 
Washburn ft D'Alma's Trained Anlmnl Show 

.S. !l Kilzabeth Slone. better known an 

"Beth" Stone, who Is In "The Little Cbemb," 
Is a Lynn girl, and started her theatrical 
career here Her last appearance here was 
la the Jere MeAiilllTo Co.. »«•■« reasons ago. 

Worcester.— At tbe Worcester Theatre 
tt, F. Bock resident manager* Hunter fe 
Bradford's New York Players finished their 
second and la&t week Aug. 4. producing, for 
the first Ihree days "Trilby" and "Tho 
Amazons" the Inst three days, to excellent 
business. Nearly all Hie members of tbe 
company have gone to la-gln rehearsals wllh 
the companies with which they are lo ap- 
pear I he coining season. Jiiiin Dean Iuir 
signed with the Castle Square Tlientrc Stock 
Co., lit Boston. 

Pr.u's (,T. C. Crlddle, manager) .—Week 
of <i, the Poll Stock Co. will produce "Vir- 
ginias." 

Lake. — Week of 0, tho musical comedy, 
"The MoBMd." Business Is excellent. 

Park Thbathe (Alf. T. Wilton, mana- 
ger). — The manager of this house adver- 
tises to open Sept. 3. 

Full River— At Shcedy'B BIJon (John 
Barry, manager) "Uncle Tom's Cabin," by 
ihe J. Frank Burke Stock Co.. last week, 
drew to capacity. Week of Aug. 0, "For 
Ills Sister's Honor." 

Nickelodeon (D. K Bufflnton, manager). 
Week of Aug. 0: Florence White, Olhb and 
Gnrvtn, Marsilen Bros., Fred Bowrann, Doro- 
thy Kent, ami Nlekelficopo. Business good. 

Notes. — ■ Tlie Acndemy of Music opens 17, 
with "Klght Bells." followed by II. W. Tay- 
lor's Stock Co. 20-25..* Elisabeth I. Sul- 
livan made a favorable Imnresslon nt her 
nrofcKstonal debit I, with the Burke Stock Co.' 

last week Tho Nickelodeon, has ins to lied 

an orchestra. 

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SprltiRfleid.— At Poll's (Gordon Wrlght- 
er. resident- manager) the stock comnany 
played "Innocent As a Lamb," to good re- 
turns, last week. Clifford Stock created a 
favorable Impression, and Paula Gloy wns 
M chnrmlng as ever. J. Milton Boyle, han- 
dled the role of Hnnimerslnger In praise- 
worthy manner. "Prince Karl" week of 
Auir. fi- 

Court Square (p. 0. Gil more, manager). 
— DockstaderV Minstrels 4. 

With tub Vacationers. — Souvenir postals 
of Cliff on] Stork were irlvcn to the pntrons of 
Poll's last Thursday afternoon, the house be- 

Injr crowded Klngsley Bennett wns 

a new comer to the stock company last week. 
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To tin Ion. — At Sabhntla Tark (Jos. J. 
Flynn. manager) "The Iste of Champagne," 
week of Jnlv -10, proved n winner In snlte of 
tho bad weather. Tho Alliance Specialty Co. 
week of Aug. 0. The company consists of: 
The Tenjl Troupe, Heed and his bull terriers, 
Hugh Flaherty, La Noles, and Will Phi I brick. 

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TEXAS. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Philadelphia.— The Summer vacation In 
od the wane, and within the next two weeks 
several of the popular priced houses will 
reopen. Btaney's started Its Fall season 
Aug. 4. and by tbe end of the week the Na- 
tional will lane down Its shatters. Tho fol- 
lowing week Ihe Grand Opera House, Vore- 
paugh'n and Standard will be rendy for busi- 
ness. 

Bmxiey'h Ancii Street (J. I'. Kckhirrit, 
manager). — This popular playhouse reopened 
Aug. 4, a ciipadly audience belug on hand to 
witness Vlvlnn Present t. In "A Child of the 
Heglmenl." The star 1h a charming tittle 
actress, and enacted tbe leading role with 
much effect. During the Summer the In- 
terior of the theatre has beea handsomely 
redecorated, and presents a cheerful appear- 
ance. A new curtain was also disclosed on 
the nncnlng night. Aug. 13, "The Convict's 
Daughter." 

Keith's (II. T. Jordan, mannger). — The. 
hill week of Is headed by Julie Blng nnd 
• dmpnny. In "A Quiet Lire." Others nrc: 
Fred Kama's London Comedy Co.. tbe Slslers 
Bnpini, Siidl Alfarnbi. .Ionian and llnrvey. 
Young nnd Devnle, Fin Adler, Les lUirand 
Trlti, John Hasard, Maceo and Fox, Delmore 
nnd Ihirrell, the Fay Sisters, and the klneto- 
graph. 

Bwoii (G. W. Rife, manager). — Tlie slock 
burlesque reason Is In Its Tenth trees, and 
will prohablr continue until the Inst week In 
August. For fill the olio Includes: Wise 
and Milton. La Tour Sisters, Barton, Billy 
and Kdythe Hnrt. and Dwlght and Morton. 
Business Inst week was big. Sam Merger, the 
pugilist, being a strong drawing card. 

Lvi'K.i'M- (J. O. Jermon, mnnnger). — The 
stork burlesque company cnnllmies to |ire- 
wnt good entertainment, with tine sl/cil 
honsea In attendance. The bill week nf (t 
Includes: .Turaes Frnncls nnd Cora lingers, 
Stoddard and Wilson. Murk Tlmmpsnn nnd 
Will Lawrence. Those holding ever nre : 
The Cain Sisters, Maryland Tyson, John 
Con ley and Mabel Kniersou. 

Willow Gjioyk Park (F. II. Lincoln, mnn- 
nger). — Tills Is the final week of Victor Her- 
bert and his orchestra, to be succeeded hy 
fr'ousn, 12, Welsh Day 7. when a churns 
nf one hundred and llfly Welsh singers will 
give two roiicorls. Aside from the rainy 
days the crowds Inst week were record break- 
ers. 

Woodhim; Park.— Galtl's Bnnd and Kltn- 
mnra's .Inpanese Troupe. 

Wiuth Citv (H. M. Auchy. manoncr),— 
music Is being furnished by Lninhlnse's lloyal 
Venelian Band. The other amusement feat- 
ures nre being well patronized. 

Wahid NcrrnM Park (Wm. J. Thompson, 
mannger). — A nnnrlette In grand opera seletv 
tlons nnd the tlomnn Imjierlal Baud are nt- 
troctlug crowds nf music lovers. 

Notes. — The theatrical warehouse of Man- 
ager Charles II, Vale was the scene of much 
activity Inst week.owiug *o the preparations 
being made to send nul "The Devil's Aitction" 

on lis twenty-fifth annual lour Arlhnr 

Mnltlnnd has iwi-n re-engaged as leading man 

for IJie Forcjinuffli Stock Judge llolliind, 

in the Federal Court, handed down a derision 
Inst week, refusing u preliminary Injunction 
to the Kmpire Circuit Co., In lis salt against 
Manager John 0. Jermon, of Ibe Lyceum, to 
compel him to handle Us productions. The 
Kmpire Co. claimed to have a five years' 
contract with Mr. Jermon, binding him to 
present nothing but shows under Ub manage- 
ment. This was denied by Mr. Jermon, nnd 
tho decision of the court wns that there wns 
no evidence thnt a contract of this kind had 

beea entered Into Cramp & Co. signed 

a contract last week for the Edwin Forrest 
Theatre, to be built by (the Broad Street 
Itcally Co., for Nlxou & Zimmerman, at 
Broad nnd Wnlntit Streets. Ground has nl- 
midy been broken, nnd, according to agree- 
ment, tlie playhouse must he ready for oc- 
cupancy hy April 1. 11)0". The comI nf tho 
theatre, exclusive of the decorations nnd fur- 
nishings, will he .$400,(1(111. 



It, Howell, manager) tlie current attractions 
Include: The Grand npora Trln (Mile, cjiln- 
nettl, Slgnor Aliramoff nnd Hurry Barron*, 
Avery and Hart, Krlrsel's dog, rnl and mon- 
key cirrus. Flood Sisters, llnrry Thomson, 
Paul Vnlonl, Juggler, wllh his trained pigeons, 
and mnvlng pictures. 

Rocky Si-rinuk.— Vaudeville will occupy 
the hoards during the rest of tho season. 
The bill for week of Aug. « Includes: Vinton 
ami Clayton. Cherry and Bales, Kdytlie Doyle 
and four other acts. 

Pawnkh BILL* Wn.ii Wkrt Show exhib- 
its ut McGrann's Park, 7. 

The Family Theatuh (Ed. Monart, mnn- 
nger) Is being extensively Improved prepara- 
tory to tho reopening, 'JO. 

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Aitonnn. ■ -At tho Mlshler (I. 0. Mlshler, 
manager) the senson oi>ens Aug. 0. with 
"Arlsonn." "Young Buffalo" follows 10, 11. 
"Tlie Volunteer Organist" 17, "Her First 
False Step" 18. 

Ki.bvknth AvBNim (I. c, Mlshler. mann- 
ger). — "Tho Champagne Girl" will open the 
senson 13. 

Lakkmukt Paiik (0. C. Hartley, mana- 
ger).--Altendance was big last week. Bill 
week nf (I: Adetn Purvis Hurl, Bruce and 
hogneoii. Kittle Men, Burkhuri and Berry, 
Hurry Tsiuin, nnd tlio Juines. nerlnllsts. 

Non:. ■- -At Ihr Bijou (L. B. Cool, mana 
per) Ibe work of remodeling tho house Is 
still rapidly progressing, and the announce- 
tuetil Is np the board for tho npenlng, some 
time In September, 

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nriidlnir. — At Cnrsonli) Park Theatre 
(Bert It. Miller, manager) the Ampblniis, n 
local ma-dcal organisation gave very credit* 
able minstrel tM-rforninnceg week of July IH), 

Nivrns.- Pawnee Bill's Wild West Show 
played to capacity Aug. •!.., .Tim exectttlvn 
committee «r Ihe IVnlisylvanla Bill Posters 
and rtlslrlhutnra AssnHntlnn held a meeting 
here Aug. I, In tho office of President Mlsh- 
ler. After the business ttlTalrai were ill tended 
to Ihe I'ointiiltii"' was shown Ihe leading 
places nf IntiM'cM and give un dinner nl. (he 
Mineral Springs lliilel. Charles A. Veclcer, 
secretary of IM asHoclatloii, remained oyer 
night, attending the Klks' smoker. 
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"York.— At Ihe Highland Park Theatre 
Ihe Highland 1'ark Slock Co. presented "A 
Woman's Honor" and "Sherlock Holmes," to 
crowded houues Inst week. 

Nutbh.— Wilbur Mni'k, who bns been with 
the Highland Park Stock Co. hIucc lis open 
Ing, b»s left for New York, where he will be- 
gin rehearsals fm- "Lovers and Lunatics." 

Jim U. C. Ponlz, the wife of i ho gonial 

manager of the York Ojicrn House, la one of 
a party of plenmire Beckers who nro now so- 
journing on the other sldo of the Atluutlc. 
Last week they were scheduled to spend tn 
Geneva. Switzerland. Manager PcuU experts 
(it take a trip over tbo sainu route nl Iho 
i'loFc of Lhc next senson. 



WllkoN-llnrrc. - The MyrkleUnrder Co. 
opened ihr flrnnit OfWTH lloitRe week of .Inly 
SO, ami piayetl to n fntr buslnesH. Iloxidiello 
I^'slle Co., in repertory, Aug. (Ml. 

Nkniiitt Thkatiu; o[iens Aug. '20, wllh 
Dockstuder's MlnstrclH. 



Fl. 'Wortli — At the Stnndard (Frank De 
Beqtie. manager) "Tho Chorus Lady" was 
the tllle of the comedy burlesque offered nn 
a forerunner for a big bill week of July '\0. 
The olio brought out the Fowler Bros., In a 
tient acrobatic turn; Copclund and Cope- 
land. -Minnie Wardcll. Cooper Sisters. Kings- 
ley and Klngsley. Lulu De Mar, Alice Hamil- 
ton. Let He Colton, Pearl Gllmore. John B. 
Green, W. 3, Kelly. Fay Dclmar, Lnlu Law- 
ton nnd Hnrrv B. Hall. Business Is coo it. 

Ckown TiiRATnB (fiugone M. Piirklss. 
manager). — The rural drama, "Pike flounty 
Folks." was offered wllb tbe full stock rom- 
panr last week. In the olio: Bli/nchn and 
Atford Itussell. Bose F.llloil. F.rnest Blanks, 
Tl. C. Leater. Ollle Lester. Kate BMsNitt, 
Ruth Gale, W. E. Stewnrt, Bessie La Monde, 
Tom RecHO, Arthur MeAdams and Mae 
Chester. Business is booming. 
» 

Honnton — Highland Park (J. II. Keennn. 
manager), after being dnrk for four weeks. 
reopened Jnly 110, to an Immense crowd, and 
the programme of attractions gave entire 
satisfaction. The following people appeared : 
Jolly Zeh and Happy Harrow, the Overlng 
Trio. Including Baby Huth : Mary Stuart 
Dodd, In violin selections, and James West. 
The pregrumme concluded with a one act 
fnrce. entitled "Judge for n Day," In which 
the whole company took part. 

Notk. — Jolly Zeb, manager of this com- 
pany, has Klgned with Ed. Miner, as prln- 
clpn comedlau of Miner's Americans, and 
leaves for New York for rehearaals Aug. 5. 
Jolly Zeb was formerly with Wm. H. West's 
M lost re Is. 



Grey and Liberty Stock Co.. In "Cam I lie," 
Is me bill ;w. "Trilby" follows. 

I1HMM PARit TlttUTRB (Will U Groewbnum* 
manager).— Tbe Idora Opera Co,. In "When 
Johnny CnmiM Mnrciilng Home." Hoard a 
Ihree weeks' run 211. having played to henry 
titisluesit. "Pinafore" :t0. "(Bndlo (llrofla" 
lo follow. 

Bbix (Kd. Ilonmn, managers. — Features 
Aug. and week; Bolhwetl. Britwn and com- 
pany. In "Prince Fan Tnn ' i second week), 
wared heavily hist. *eek. Irving Joivh. Ann 
llnmlltim and cniupntiy, and the Intcst mo- 
lion pictures. t'apBrlly imslness btsl week. 

Novri.tv (Tony Lubelskl, numagi»r).-"At- 
tractions (I nnd week: Kildle VVrstnti and 
ennipAliy, Ihe IHsleys, Ida Howell. Prof, liur- 
rlaon. Slclnle nnd Ilyde. "The Four Ponies." 
and motion idclnrcs. Business heaO' last 
week, 

mrar vmuc utatk, 



Galveston. — At the Galveston Electric 
Park fBave Wcls. manager) tbe following 
people opened a week's en*ag*aieot July 2P, 
to good business : -T, W. Weston. tf°len 
llenstrom. Emory Puggelcy, Creation, and 
the electroscope. 

4-«-» ■ 

WEST VIRGINIA. 



WliiclliiK. — At Wheeling Park (Geo. A. 
McLaughlin, general mannger). Bnrlow'n 
Minstrels nppenred for week of July 20, to 
bin returns. Bartholomew's Juvenile Min- 
strels Aug. B-tL 

covpir im.Asn Park (If. W. Rogers, tnnn- 
pi^er). — This pleisure park was open, but 
there were no attractions foi last week. 



I'lttNlHirtr. — Al tlie Academy of Music 
(11. W. Williams Jr. manager) (he impcrinl 
Biirlesquers, Aug. (1-11. will present two hur- 
i W WI M bv Ilnrry MurHball. en II tied "A Night 
In Paris, and "Off to ihe Front," both of 
which are well staged, hnndsoiuely equipp-d 
and up to tlie high slnndnrd set by Manager 
Williams. The company Is a large nun, and 
Includes: Frank Murphy and Jack Mugee, 
Pauline Morun, Gray and Graham, Julia 
Hclmiian. Ben Cook. Zlinmer, the Juggler, 
and DKNUO nnd McDotinld, acrobatic come- 
dinns, nnd a large chorus of pre My and shapely 
women, who can sing nnd dance. Last week 
the Ideals played to cnpnclly business, nnd 
gnve a gooa show. Cnlonlnl Belles 1:MH. 

Hi. mi: (B. M. Gullck A Co., mnnngerH). — 
Chns. T. Aldrlch, the nctnr magician, hegnn 
n week's engagement (I, In his last year's 
success, "Secret Mervice Sam." The theatre 
loving nubile will have an opporl unity of 
witnessing one of the most sensational nnd 
Interesting of plnys. Tho cast Is a capable 
one, und (here nre npproiirlntc scenery and 
effects. Last week, "At iho World's Mercy" 
played lo good business. "Young BufTnlo" 
13-18. 

EiirniR (N. C. Wagner, mnnnger). — 
Btaney's New Empire opened Its doors Ksl- 
urday night, 4, lo a packed hoiiae, nnd pre- 
sented "The QUMH of the Circus." The 
comedy element Is carried by Hnyes and 
Healy, the long nnd short comedians, and 
they made a decided htl. There Is a chorus 
r nil good specialties, nnd the shnw was great- 
ly appreciated. Mr. Btaney will [►riisont all 
of his own productions Week of 111, "A 
Bad Man from Mexico." 

Li'NA. — Besses o' th' Barn, the brass band 
of Great. Britain, will give a concert ufter- 
uoon and eveniug. In the open nlr. Tho 
Four FiunoiiH Ixmdons, aerial wonders. In 
spectncular cnstlng act; Lincoln Boachlny, 
aero navigator. In dnlly return fllgtita, be- 
ginning Monday, Q. In the Casino: Ga- 
zelfe-Tlmew Boys Quartette, Francis Wood, 
Musical Eslerbrooks. Hearing and Francis, 
urn! Eugenic Houle. Business continues good. 

Diieam CiTir.— Holcom he's Pittsburg Bund 

fave concerts Ktindny nnd during the week, 
n the open "Dare Devil" Dash has born re- 
tained for nnolher week. Wliiehcrmnn'H 
lwars and monkeys also oppeur, and give a 
good entertainment. Fireworks carnival 
Wednesday, and balloon nscentdons and para- 
chute leap on Saturday. Mysterious India 
und forty new features. 

Kknntwooo. — Itorerelo's Band gave two 
concerts Sundayv and also appear daring the 
week. "The Great Western Hold Up" con- 
tinues to draw Immense crowds. 

Soutiikkn. — .Sunday, Nlrclln's Bund and 
vocalists, anil during Ihe week. Cardown'o 
Sisters, Devlne and Williams, Evatis Sisters, 
and John V. Clark. 

Oak wood. — Sunday. Meyer's Bund. All 
week: Princess Chlnqiillla and Ed. Newell, 
.lame* B. Adam", Hodges and Hodges, und 
the Be Anos. comedy acrobats. 

Caliioi-n— Sunday. "Two Jolly Compan- 
ion*." presented by a company of comedians, 
sinners ant ! dancers. 

Wr.«T View.— Sunday afternoon and even- 
ing Keystone Stale Bnnd, In sacrod concerts. 
They also appear during tlie week. The 
usual attractions draw large crowds nightly. 

Notch. — Uurrv Davis closed the Grand 
last Saturday night for a period of two 
weeks, la order that he might carrt out Ihe 
cinbnrntc plans lie has had drawn for Its re- 
decoration, rejuvenation, re-embeiiidhment 
and refurnishing. The sum of $2.1,000 will 
be eipendeil on tho work, and the house will 
be opened for Hie fall and Winter senson. 
BtisIiiPPs .'litis been very good diirltw the 
Summer Tin* AIvlu will open on Satur- 
day night. Aug. 11, with "Arizona." The 
house has been put In tiptop order, and 
everything h ready for the opening. 
» — ■ 

Lancaster,— At the Hoof- Garden (Clms. 



Eiistfin. — At Island Park Casino (I), K. 
Si' f! ul in*, manager) during (tin pus! season 
Cuxhninn'H Twentieth Century Vaudeville Co, 
proved a great nl traction nt. this popular 
Hummer pnrk. the resultant huuliicss prov- 
ing exceptionally htron. The hill Included : 
York and llerberl. Frank CiiMliinnii, Imperial 
MiiHlcnl Trln, Alf, and Mabe. Wilson, John 
Lyons, and Mat. Wheeler. The attractions 
for the current v/rck Include "Cleotlo." 

u IIUiiiiiMiMirt. — At Hie Vnllainont Pnrk 
Pnvilloii (Lyman A. Pray, manager) Vnlla- 
inont Slock Co. crowded Hie Iioiikc, playing 
"Carmen" July .'!(>■ Aug, 1, ami "A Ihiugh- 
ler's Sncillbe''' L'-l. "A Night at: tho Piny" 
(IS, "(Mil of Ihe Fold" 0-11. Henry Buck- 
ley nnd Jessie West Joined tho company 110, 
to finish the seiiKon. 

41 $ 

CALIFORNIA. 



HtilTnln.— At Ibe Shir (P. C. Cornell, 
tmtiineeM the stock rompunv prctuuitH, week 
nt Aug. 0, "Lord and Liuly Algy." "Mr.i. 
Hriwh Defense" drew nicely, and plenned. 

ArAHEMY f P. C. Ciime) 1, mtuiaiien.— 
"Gueen nf ttyi White Slaves" wed, i.r 0. 
"Secret Service Snm" 1,1 mid week. "Old 
Irniicn. tram tin' flowery,' ' startetl the aoa* 
miii flusplclnnsly. 

Atmi.ktic Pahk lit. It. Mnrbrintm. ninri- 
iigeri.- - Week of il i .lormne, l-'remoiiL ami 
Jerome, Emerson and Omega. Geo. W. HiiS' 
ftey, Chns. Ilcrlnw. Four Lumtton, und Itlch- 
ard Bros. Prof. A. C. IHllmnn. In balloon 
SHcenBlons nnd pnnichuie leaps, was the Hum- 
liter's banner novelty hint wees, nnd drew 
crowds, Doonisdny \s hIho n winning and 
merllnrlous feiiture this senson. 

Sura's.- -One of the nmsi tntereidiig hits 
of the warm days was that of Fred Lennox, 
In Geo. Ade's "On H1h tljipeni." Mr. Lrntmx 
Increased the good opinion ulwnyu enter* 
tallied here nf his art. 

Ndtrh, The rebuilt r iieiiHon u t Ma n.lger 
Cornell'H Star Theatre will open Aug. BT, 
Willi "Tho Krei* LiHico," niurrlng lUmetih 
Cawlhortm nnd .leaiielti* Lnwrle. '■/n/fi" 
bring (he flnslng play nf (he Siunumr Mlnck. 

week nf Aug. CI At the Garden Thea- 

Ire Ihe rltiyH of MiIm liurlesipie house ni'c over* 
mid It will be couver I ed lutn Its old (una, 
that of a MknMng rink, bv MesKrs, Shea and 
O'Brh'ii, Il vn formerly Sboa'^ highly suc- 
cessful vnitilevllle house, lis i-hango leaven 
the Lafnyelle, uuinagcd hy ITibm. Si. Biutg. 

Ill control of the burlenque hYbl TMe 

Thea I re \ P. c. Cnrnell, iiuiimgeri will ii»itlu 
its n|n>rntlniiN 1ft, with Al. U. Field's Mln- 
stri'l Co., which will appear Hirep nlgiiU 
"Busier Brown's llnllduy" week ul '.III.... 
At Linn's 'ITit'iiirf am) Museum Ihnne .|oh. 
lag I were: Krothhighaiti and lienhnin. Oar- 
rlnginti ami Hnrrlnutmi. ami Hurry Kced. 
■ 

HtM-lipNler.— At the National (he Loulno 
Vale Stork t.'o.. In "Hapho." wwk or July 
"0, had capacity lumsoi*. Bv Hpeclsi re 
qut'Kt the engiiKCiiienl of tin- i-ointmnv ban 
Isvn KXteilded one week. "The Old P'liinln- 
llun,' week of Aug. II, clows it Hllirt:'Nfltl 

SI'IIMDII. 

Comk rjpRM llmma (J. II. Mohp-, mnnn- 
ger j Monro Kim* Co.. In "My Friend from 
India.' plnyi'ii in Hn> large*! luui:*i'.i «r Hot 
wasoii Inst week. "Nnrihcrn Lighls" (111. 

Ontariii Biii'ach Pviik (J, J, ("into v, 
niHiim. tllnrlor).— Aeroiinut WltllnniH iie'r* 
rormed beforo iho largest crowdn of (ho sea- 
son litHt week. 

Ska I tu Km; Park (It. F„ Wilson, maim< 
«""*>. — Klfly-I'onrth Ileglment Band (local)' 
week at Aug. 0. 

ontariii Bhach Pahk f.l. j. ciimicv, 
)\eek of (I: May Wilson, Kiltie- Arlhuiii, 
Kohler nm| Marltui, Win. DIvck and Jpjwto 
Horefonl. 

AtmrnmiPM Tiikatiik, rintiirln Bench 
ark. - -Slevenw ami Boyd. Piiragiin Trio, 
binnklc Allrhlges. Geo. Harper and CllttS. 
( ounolly. 



Iiim AnitflcK. — At the Mason Opera. Hoiinn 
(H, C. Wyiitt. mnnnger) "Hurly Burly," liy 
the Hurry .Iiuucs Trnvesly Htnrs, closed Iho 
senson at Oils bouse July '-'*. The liuiiso will 
roniaiii ewmil until the Full season. 

[tt;i,ANi:*i (John II, Blackwood, maniigor). 
■ — "Lost, Twenty-four Hours," by Hie stock 
company, drew well week ending '2H. "Char- 
ley's Aunt" is drawing well 211 nnd week. 
"Ziizn" underlined. 

MtutoHi'o'ri IIintHANK (Oliver Mtirosco, mnn- 
ager).- -"'Phe Halfbrced" entered upon lis 
Ihl ■- 



Rlmlrn.— Al Ihe Lycmiin (M. Itebi. mini- 
ninT> I lu> ChnrlrN K. Chiinipllii Slock (.'it. In 
the iittrm-tlnit bare this week. 

RiNticK'N (ii.K.v Pahk (Henry Taylor, man- 
WW). -"A Trip lo the Orbmi" isdlghti-il 
largo mitlleiiiTs Insi week, giving iho Imhc 
sii IsfncibMi of any musical chikvIv produred 
this sciismi. "FnllnllKii" Ibis week. 

HlAi/m (b'. W. McCunm-ll, iiiaiitiger).— 
People fur week of Aug. fl: King mid I Up-. 
a '»p, \lcn and Viola, May Moev. Pearl Boss, 
(.nice Lyon. l.ot(fe FayeMe and .Jnmei. |), 
Pinmllove, lllnlloHCupe and llhudnib-d mntiA. 
BmdneKH Ik big. 

Ki.mtimii: Park (Knnch Little, maiiagerl.— 
New iirrtvnlH: Charles II. Lnwler uml diniKh- 
crs, Uohblu, Juggler; Hmlih mid linker, ami 
L. Claim .Mi'Litughllti. McChMi-v ami Pierce, 



HKcri.— • i Mi' iiiiniincii i-iiM'M-o oiHtn nn 11", .-.-....■,. ..,..,.,....,, 

third successful week, 29, ami Is playing lo ,' i « f/i, ' i i Ht V, '" ,ll,| J'". 7 f r - hntWn 
crowded bonnes at every performance. 'Tint '; |'«»'' p r nnd dniighters, w-eru hclil over (hli 



stcH'k company will produce "Itomen and 
Juliet" next week. 

Gra.vii Di'iiiiA Hoiinh (CIui'Mice Drown, 
manager). — "The (louse of Mystery" Is pre- 
sented a» nud week, to punt business. Un- 
derlined, "When Mm World Sleeps." 

OimiiEtwi (Mnrlln Beck, general mnnnger). 
— Font ii res 30 mid week: Tito Military Oc- 
leMe nnd Ihe lilri, with the Baton, Argyro 
KiiKlron. (arlln nnd Ulln. FiiiiicIh IVArcy, 
Ollroy, Huytics and Monlgomery, Min'art h 
dog und monkeys, Clamlo (iiillugwnler and 
company, und motion jdciures. 

Pmquk Ulentx k Znllw. pronrlutors), — 
Fen hires HO nnd week: Tor ley, I /an Held and 
Tbonipsoii, Brent llnyoH, Unique Comedy 
Co., prcti-nilnL' "Miirrli'd In IJiiste ;" lllus- 
t ruled songs and motion pictures. 

FlKClien'fl f A. K. FlMcher, inannger). — 
Mny nnd Kdiia Do Mars, motion pictures, 
and Fischer's All-Slnr Co., In "My Daugh- 
ter's Husband," Is tho bill for 3(1 nnd week. 

Hotciikish (D, A. Chick, manager and 
lessee.).— "A Trip to the Cat skills com- 
mences Its second successful week 21). Un- 
derlined: "Bnloonnllc." 

Kmi'His: (Billy Banks, resident mnnnger). 
— Features lid find week: .lonoph Callahan, 
Itobliisoii and llioinpMOli. Latini BniikH, Al. 
HazKLivd. (Cinplre Stock Co,, presenting 
"Three Married Men," nnd motion pictures' 

CiNKOnnAi'K (.1, A. Browne, mnnag'T), — 
—Features no nnd week: Pete (jernld. Iim- 
hell Itonssenn, MHhey Clayton, Two Htttrbeys, 
Helen Pnvohla. I'liteogruph Slock Co., In 
"The Coming Man." and niotlou pictures. 

Notkh. — Of Hurry James' Burleumiers, 
Mdwnrd F. Gallagher rnturm-d to New York, 
Iloliby North, Fred Cady. Charles O. Bice, 
Koscimirv Glosz, Harry J nines Hnd George 

Iiask weut to Sun Frnnciaco Hubert A. 

MeCull, formerly treasurer of the Grand 
Opera House, nlonded guilty to n charge of 
psllt larceny from his einp'oyers, find was 

sentenced In four months' Imprisonment 

George W, Hni'iium, stage mnnnger nt tbe 
Iielasro, ton gone to Luke Tohoe for a few 
weeks' rest, and Ills wife, Mary Graham, linn 

gone Fas* for a visit with Mutlvetj 

Tbe pugilistic benellt given Tom Oberle .Inly 

ft netted about $I.CU0 f^lonel C. Wello, 

for many years roouented with vnrloun tlie- 
utreH In Los Anaeleii, has gone to New York 

on a trip Clara Ishsm, nloger. Is visit- 

Int: her pnri>nts In (his city Stage 

Manager Rd. i:ng!nnder. of Flw-her'ti 'J'hetitre, 
dropped dead on the staite a few mlnulea be- 
fore time for the curlnln to rise July lid. 
supposedly of heart disease. The decWuwJ 
was ality years of age, and wan for many 
years connected with the stage, having for- 
merly been a scene painter. Ifls wife nnd 
daughter survive him. 
- ■■ • 

on lil n ml. — At the Mncib nough (Chas. 
P. Hull, manager) Ihe KHi-Tord Stock Co., 
In "Kidnapped." nod capacity houon week 
ending July '.'ti. "The Two Orpbans'' HO. 

LmtuiTt (If. W. Bishop, mnnnger). — L. It. 
Sto'-kwell. supported by Blshoi/s Company 
of Plfiyers. In "A Midnight Bell," drew en- 
ccllcut huusett week ending W. KatUerlno 



week. 

— > .. 1 1 . 

U I lea,— At the lu>wy MiimIc Hull (Umld 
Hurry, manager) IhihIuosk Is goml. Thin 
week: Joe LenviM and wife, Richer uml Par- 
tcllo, Pearl Frnsbr, IJmxIr Booth, Kose Gru* 
volll, and Tlioiiiiisi.il nud Burns, 
-_™.MM I'ahk ('!'■ A. Baker, mnnnger).— 
Iho diving hoiHcs ilrnw big luxt week. Thin 
wees ti dancing ;rlrl tram Ik bonked. Ilynn'n 
On-liPKfrii fiinilMlif-M miisl''. 

IfTKM Paiik (Hcrain ft Dniiolioe, niniiiierni). 
--■Ihe N, V. Asiioclulliin raeeii drew big Itily 
•ll-Aug. J. This wi'ek, KiiMi's ori'hraim. 

Nnri'M.-Mrrln C. Bales, GeitKurer of Min 
Orphi'iun 'I'lirain... | H n-celvlng coogni'nlu- 
t iiiih rut his iiinrrliige in „ rnrrle Sinllh, nf 

HiIh Hly 9StOJMm Iiiih ulli'iidy hcen rni.|i-r| 

toward llui now opera limine, at Home, N. Y, 
1 m 

Troy. -■ At tbe l,yi;eum (Kdnn AreliT 
Crawford, maiiageri the Crawford Klork dht 
good business lust, wock, In "I'/iuJ Lvune." 
"My UnHn John." Aug. il-tl, which will bu 
tlie ctoHitig of Ihe Crawford Slock, 

Uanp'h Oi'HitA If Olnffl (II, T. Tliommion, 
resident mniiaceri. —Tin* Knlckerli'H^i-r Rtock 
Co. will present a repertory of ptiiv;; week nf 

li. wllb II xcenlloii of Hi. whm J,ew Ootk- 

stader'H MIukM-pIk will Im bore. 

•»■» 

v nifjirvi a. 



?v«rf«ik. Al Ocean View coitlnn (Gt(o 
Weiiii, joenl manager) hoofaefs for week n(J 
July ;j0 bus been very HaHflfiietnry. "A Itlin- 
nwn.v Match" week of Aug. »). 

Bi.iou I Abb. Smith, mauugerj. — New peo- 
ple for week of U: Smllli und Sliufei', Pat 
Williams, Kriiept Sender, Clay nnd l^lly. 
Clnudlno Itaridolph, MnrRaret La Moul, and 
Maggie Moore. MiislneiiH hi good. 

Acmk (Wtlkeisoti A Mnuzie, mnnngersl.-— 
rVaplfl week of fl: Mell Grant. tu<» Frank- 
forts, Kuropean Novelty Trio, May Maxwell, 
Bnbe Luiirl, and Miimln Jmaluui. IliisltieuM In 
good. 

Ac;uit'»hii:m CJ- M. Barton, iiumog<*ri.— • 
There will b" no clisnge Itt the bill week of! 
(\, HuHluesF) Is good. 

Manhattan (Crlnnlnn Bros., mnnagern).— 
People week of t! : Bvn Snldn, Ids Bemud r, 
Walter J. P«rk»r, Chas. Wnrd, Arthur Lane, 
Leo Florrmc, and the Maddermi. (tiirJnenn lo 
good, 

Sfn.ntitoH.~- Tim Beverly Theatre (Itork- 
mnn A SlmlU, iiinnngprni will oprn Aug. ."10, 
with "Mistakes Will Happen." 

Niiti:s.— -Holifiifion'u Circun Aug. tl h 

Staunton Horse Show Aug. 7-0. 
i I ■» - i. ■- 

■'rlrrKlMirur.-Af tho Academy or M"«sle 

(inkc Write, monflgeri lire nmiiou pMurrt 

or Hie San Friiliclnco dlsuslcr dreif fall' nt- 
tomlaiieu July 111. 

+++ — 

LKfiy H. Ciniri*f has been appointed non> 
nger of the Imperial Theatre, Proytdenco 
It. I., by the Kmpire Circuit . Tin- house will 
open Aug. 2o, with tbo Mlau New i'ork Jr. Co, 



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THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August 11. 




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WANTED QUICK, 

REPERTOIRE PEOPLE 

IN ALL LINES. 

Acton ivlio Slug, and Bouiircttc and ComoilinD with Song and Dance SpecisHleB preferred. WANT 
alBO PIANO PLAYER-SiKht Render; (loot! 8t»Ke Director, ADVANCE AGENT, Huntler, Al; 
Novelty Specialty Act, SCENIC ARTIHT, Rapid I'ainter. KebearaalR bejrin Aujt. 20. State (ill in 
first letter. Only one matinee a week. * 
experience. Address 



No Sunday Shows. Send photos, weight, height, and 



ROBERT A.. MANSFELD. 

P. O. BOX 667, KNOXVIXLE, TENN. 



WANTED, 

UNCLE JOSH PERKINS 
UNCLE JOShTsPRUCEBY, 

THREE TDBAB to double Btage or piano. Fleavv Men, Coinedlana. Must double In Band. Cornets, 
Trombones and other Musicians, write or wire lowest salary iioick. ray your own. 

h anxsiss <fe ra,^La 

1916, "TRIBUNK," CHIOAOO, IL.L.. 



TO VA.UDBVII.liB PBKFORMERH.—Tlie exclusive liuoklng for tlic-e Canndliin HniiaeH hna 
neenpliired *it!iTHE UNITED BOOKINd AUKNOV/ (H. ¥. KEITH COMPANY), Bt. JrUues HulldlUfT, 
New York tiity, who will entertain oppllcatlotiH ror time from Performers who havenoi played then! 
towns, other iimu HeuDett'a, Id Lundou, Outarln, for a period of two yearn: HKNNETT'S THEATKK 
<Reeoii9tnii;U'd), Loudon, can.; opeua about Oct. 16. 'no. BENNETT'S theatre fnuw building), Ot- 
tawa, Can.; opens about Deo. 1, '00. HF.NNKTT'ti TDKATKE {new building), Muulrual, Can.; opens 
nbout Deo. 1&, '(to. BENNETT'S THEATRE (new Imihllng), Hiiiulllon, Can.: (.pens about Jan. 1, '07, 
THE BENNETT THEATRICAL ENTERPRISES. Limited; 

C w. ntNSFTr, Oeuetnl Manager. Head olflee, London. Ont. 
N. R.— Oilers for the Program prlvllego of those four leading towns in Canada received up to 

Allg. 20, 1900. 



Al HEAVY TVI ATW 



Good drcsaer. Sober and reliable. State height., experience and salary lu first lettor. Rehearsals 
called Aug. IS at Chicago. Other people, write. 

MACAULKY & pattos, 78 Plymouth Place, Chicago, HI. 

" WANTED, FOB FISKE BB0S.' 

COLORADO WAIF CO. 

Actors, who Don i tie Brosa; Singing and Dancing Soubrette, Black Face Oomedtan, Al Musical Team, 
who Double Baud; Al Comet aud Slide Trombone for Hand and Orchestra. Can use People In all 
Liueg.1 [Pay you own. Co. Is Booked soiiu. Address FISKE BROS., storm Lake, Iowa. 



EDISON KINETOSGOPES, $75 

AND ALL THE LATENT AND MUST IM- 
PROVED MOTION PICTURE 
MACHINES. 

"AIEBICAN PROIECTOflRAPH." 




IN MOTION PICTURE MACHINES. 



FILMS 

SEND FOR 12 PAGE LIST OF 
FILMS FROM 3c. to 8c. PER FOOT. 



FEATURE FILMS 



AT LOW PRICKS. 



Model B Oxy-Lithe Outfit $29.50 

OX Y-LITHE and OX ONE. 

KTRREOFT1CON8 and ACCESBOK1 lis. 

UAS OUTFITS. SONU OUTFITS, etc. 

CATALOGUE ON APPLICATION. 

MOTION PICTURE MACHINES 
AND FILMS WANTED. 

imuiin.'ssr^ 



WANTED, 



01.488 A rOIB, 16 SEITS PER FT. 0LA88 B FIuHB, 12 QEITC FEB FT. 

EDISON 

Films and Projecting Kinetoscopes 

Exhibition Model Klulticopi, $1 1 5.00. Uilmrul Model Khitotcoii, $75.00. 

ABB THB RECOGNIZED »TA N» Aim. THROUGHOUT TBB WOBLB. 

THE LAUGH OF AIL. THE LAUGHS, 

HOW THE OFFICE BOY 
SAW THE BALL CAME 



No. 8303, Code VEADOUIA. Length, 785ft. CUM A. (117.75, 



.. 



» 



COWBOYS AND INDIANS nrj|| 
BRONCHOS - STAGE COACH ntHL 



AT LIBERTY, 

MR. CHANDOS BRENON, 

As MANAGER or 1'KKSN A<»KNT. Tlilw Summer was innnnger of both Brenon stock Compa- 
nies, Soiitliuru, Kasleni. HlHtmice no object. AddresH 

CHANDOS UUKNON, Manager Hrenon Stock Company, ScrantoD, Mian, 



And Other Shows 

Under their own eanva*. Privileges sold or 
guaranteed. Also MINIATUKK R All* WAV. 
MKH«V-0«.R«I.'\U, FHIMC1H WHKBL, 

and all other Privileges fur sate. 

NOLAN PARK, AUG. 15-18, 06. 

Expect dally attendance or ten to fifteen thousand. 
CHA8. F. HKIDUHK, Clarion. Pay. 





I have mkoti manngt'iueut of the NEW TARECO OPERA HOUSE, Taroiitiim, Pa, Will p[ivc liberal 
j-aiiiiT luilrat elan - 
AddrcaH, until sepi.i 



Suai'aiiH'eiutlrateiHNDAitmcUouti fooiten with. Population to draw from, ai.uwi. Capacity, law, 
FRANK 11. WALTKHH, Mgr. Alameda Park, Itntler, Pa. 



AT LIBERTY. 
JAME>«; Wt. KENT, 

AGENT, MANAGER, TREASURER. 

THOROnnill.Y EXPERIENCED.' AHSOT.UTEI.Y ItEUABM-,. REPUTATION THE BRBT. 

1 unite oliera for Coming Seuaon. llouae or Komi. Pnstn vi*iy only Responsible Uuuagera need 

Address VH COURT ST., BOSTON, MASS. 



WARNING, 

STOCK AND REPERTOIRE MANAGERS. 

Pall River, Mass., July 2U, 1W0. 
MR. GERALD OAUKN: Dear Si: • 

Uurlugmy long spring and Summer stay here, 
lasl wt'ck was the biggest; packed them at every 
performance, and your play, "HEARTS aIiRIFT," 
was responsible. It's a corker. Contrary to my 
rule, wnii your permission, shall repeat the piece 
later. Enclosed please Hud check. 

Yours, etc., JOHN W. BARKY. 

Hgr. J. Frank Burke Stock Co. 
MORALi Throw aside the dead ones, the chest- 
nuts, aud substitute the winner, "Heart* Adrift," 
which has not been played out In stock or reper- 
toire: and It costs Just the same, or less, 

ON ROYALTY. 
Croat Hue of printing. For terms, address owner, 
OAKUM) UADRN, 
Rooms 3-4, 1451 Broudirny, Nt»w York. 



VVANTKD, FOR 

MURRAY-MAC KEY CO., 

GOOD CHARACTER ACTOR. WOMAN FOR HEAVIES AND GENERAL LINE OF GOOD PARIS. 

Other useful repertoire people, write. State terms and particulars lu ilrst letter. Ready to Jots on 
im-lpi or wlrt-. Rehearsals siart Aug. IS. Address 

r JOHN J, MURRAY, Manager MURRAV-MAOKKY CO., Herkimer, N. Y- 



■WAHTTED, 

McCORD STOCK CO., 

General linstnciw Man, Vnrsaillo Y'mmg Wonisn with strung specially, to plav Soulirottesaml some 
Juveniles; Juvenile Man with good Specially. Also Leading Man and Heavy Han. All must be Al 
mut thoroughly reliable. Auswnr by telegraph or by letu-r, staling age, height and Wright Send 
photo, which will lie relumed. Address • 

* FKHU C. McCORD, Mgr. MeUord Stock Co., Appletuil City, Mo, i . 



La Barre Bros.' Minstrels 

WANT Minstrel People, Musicians, and Performers^ « 

Those that van appreciate a WEEKLY SALARY DAY and GOOD trkatmknt. Clarionet, II. and 0. ; 
i*u Fid duuhle uartione or Tmiubone, Trap Uriimmer, Strong Street Corut-t, Singer, Danoeta, and 
Comedians. Those donnilng Hand pretermit. Loner seasou. Salary sure; It must be low. piyimmth, 
MntiB., Aug. ft; IMixbury 10, ScltuaU 1 II. llevcrlv Fuims i;t. Per. ad., Box iki, uiouccater, Mass. '' ' 



THE LTCETJM COMEDY CO. WANTS 

rcrformer? who double brase, Leader for U, and 0., K-Flnt t'uruet preferred; B-Flat Cornet fur B. aud 
K>., l'lautst who dvmiiies brass, Drummer for 11. aud o. ; iuiihi have traps; lllaek Face Comedian with 
Htieclaluu^. mum douiiii' itrass; s. and H. Knubretie, Character Wuniau with specialties, Tall Leading 
Uouinu Hiinsliiga. Trii it alldrnl letter. Make ttalsrv low as it U sure. Mnungemcut pays all from 
tuncaliow opens. Dunlt uusrepieaunr amthtug. iShow honked &ept. and Oct. Managers in Vt., 
JS. H, and N. V., send open time to McKVOT & sEAlUOliT, Lcwlston, Mo. 



GAGE STOCK GO. 

XV ANTS 

DRAMATIC PEOPLE. 

Also Quod Agent and Pianist. Two weeks 1 silence 
a polite negative. F, UAQE, 

28 Summer St., Lynn, Mass. 



VAUDEVILLE ACTS 

WANTED FOR 

Casino Theatre. 



■IONIC, <M. 

0. N. FDt.t.Blt. Mnnnwr. 



Singer-Operator 

WANTED, 

operator who can Sing. Not afraid of work. 
Loag treason. Salarv xuro, $20. St&tu all In Ilrst 
lettor. Douotcnll. M. c. Welz, ill Pair View 

Tlaee f Brooklyn, N.Y. 



CONTRACTS 

LKTTER UBADS, HNVEI.OPHS, TICKETS, 
PASSES, (.'Alius, kio. Write for Samples. 
Wobh pik. Co., 358 Dearborn St., Chicago, III. 



« 'I'll WltH Bre K'ttlnil < ll « innucy 
* *■ BMBBO by Imvlug (rood, oiibIlhI 
iu-h. win- ilim'i jon r I write urglual sonttfl, 
luouoloiruefl, fllcetcnes, ilrrtinae. comedies, etc., 
to order, fewest rates. Best original mate- 

llal. 111)11 WATT, 808 WalDUt St., Plum. 



THE 
WONDERFUL 



SIX 



ANOTHER ItP-TO-DATB COHEDY HIT. 
A I.AUUUAULB PARODY IN MOTION PICTURES, 

WAITING AT THE CHURCH. 

VESTA VICTORIA'S I.ASTKT ARERICAN AND ENGLISH SON« SUCCESS. 
The Meeting— Trie ProposBl— Vision of tlie Honeymoon— Obadlah's Borne— Family Objections— 
"Waiting st the Church"— "Can't Get Away to Marry Von To-Day." 

No. uau.i. Code VECHTPBUK. Length 470ft., Clasa A. SIO.r.0. 

OUR rvATKS'T II15A.l>TvIIVI5W, 

LIFE OF A COWBOY 

REAL 

A STIRRING WESTERN DRAMA IN MOTION PICTURES. 

SYNOPSIS OF SCENES: 

The "Big Horn" Saloon— Meeting between Hero and Villain — Entrance of Bngltan Tour- 
ists — Initiating the Tenderfeet— Collection for Snlvatlon Army Lassie — Arrival at the Ranch 
—Cowboy Sports, Trick Biding, Throwing Lariat, Wrestling— Departure of Stage Coach 
friim Itanch— Attack by Indiana— Kunnluff Fight (3 scenes)— Capture Stage Coach and Ab- 
duction of Girl — Indians Escaping aud Covering Trail — Arrival Wounded 8tage Driver at 
Banch — Cowboys In Pursuit— The Fight — Thrilling Rescue of Girl from Madly Oalloalni 
Horse — Iteunlon Hero ond He roiae— Death of Villain, 

No. 0359, Code VAVASsKIJll. Length, l.tioort. clsuu A. (IIO.00 

TWO NEW COMEDY HITS, 

FAKIR and FOOTPAD 

No. OHO*, Code VEADOK. Length, MM. ClauB, S34.80. 

HOUSE FURNISHING MADE EASY 

No. OStOI, Code VAVATONIS. Length, 339ft. Clavu B. (40.30. 

ANOTHER COMEOY HIT 

THE TERRIBLE KIDS 

BEND FOB ILLUSTRATED DESCRIPTIVE CIBCULAB No. 281. . ■• 

No. O'Jin, Code VAVLTAOB. Length, OO0M. Class A. (00,00. 

OUR LATE8T NOVELTY 

THREE AMERICAN BEAUTIES 

An AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSE dlasolvea Into a bait nlctnra of ,t l,....<irol 
iSSS'V*". 0,KL J. wh . •"""•:- '»«• <"■ AMEtUcSlV ^"LaE "uvlng'tJth. b?".'", 
which In turn dissolve! Into .. »l,.r-in buckgroand. Ills itnrs aft"r mac" 
nwuoenverlng, spelling the wonts "GOOD rUGIpV"' ■«■"•", niter mnci. 

HAND COLORED. HAND COLORED. 

No, OHIO, Code VA CDEV1LLB. Length OOft. Clue A (IT.B0. 
■end for latest Catalog, and Illustrated cjlreulnea. '••"'" 

EDISON MANUFACTURING CO., 

MA,I, „?F , " CE ■■" , FACTORY, ORANGE, It. J. 
Clllcnito Ofllee, 304 Wnlm.h AvVnne 

BoIililnS ABEHTS: pbteb iiArioAiriui c 9vi» "-..." ' il « E - aiu st - N «" Xort 

inin.lt MACIOALDl'I. HOT Fillmore Bt,, Man Francisco, Cat 



ARTIFICIAL 
FLUWERS 

ANTI RVgBTTHnW TO I)RAuTH,'V THE 

STAGE AND LOBBY. 




DECORATIVE PLANT GO. 
716 B'WAY, N. Y. 



T0LS0N STOCK CO. 



Al _ 

PIANO 



"NiVAlMTI 



8&8L88: ^S/Si^J^Zg^n^S n ""> ltla aaaaaa ' F,R9T CLiSS 

W. F. CONLON, Mgr , Springfield, Mo. 



PHODUCT.0N, A.Tplc.ru?*''' *' ^Tfi&'ZtFJnM. NEW YORK. 



WANTED, UDFtROMBOtOirJ CORNETS. 



•August 113 



tHB ! 'NKW- YOEK OLIPPEE: 



663 




TOOT-TOOT 

Get off the Track for the Big Train Song, 



99 





MY LAST FAREWELL 

TOOT, TOOT, GOOD BYE. 

ALSO THE LAUGH PROVOKER, 

HE WON'T BE HAPPY TILL HE GETS IT" 

(NOW LET ME SEE YOU SMILE) 

FISCHER MUSIC PUBL. CO., 



:'.',•: 



.11 .'> 

1 




Vl/. 220-tii &tr* 



>*. py. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

Page. 

Uiii Clipper's Anecdote* ' ' »4 

fcugur seiwyii — Slietdi * 054 

Frank A. Bobbins' Show Can— Cut 054 

Bone Stalil Advertising lit London — Cut U3-I 

Pltrot to Open the Irving Place Theatre With 

tf Vaudeville - ««»< 

Fu Templeton Weds OM 

Keith & Proctor Announcements 034 

it'^aturcB of the Weeklv Show — Illustrations.. USB 



'Vaudeville and Minstrel. 
. fVPfl'i of Players..... 

Queries Answered 

Our London Letter . . . . 

Qur Chicago Letter. . . 

On: the Rcmi. 

MMeelinneoUs 

Latent l>y Telejrrin'li. .. 

Vaudeville Route List. 

Ntw-YprkCUr 

Cllmwr Pwt Office. 



057, 005 

05T, U58, 008, 009 

WOO 

000 

000 

...;.... 604, 072 
........ 000, 077. 

...: 0)03 

.. 003, 004 

, 008 

............. ooc 

006 

UQH 

aaa 

tiliO 



l)«uthd In the Profession . . -..' '■• 

Our -Australian Letter 

Under- the Tenia 

Walter N. Lawrence's Plans: 

.. $J . xiiKATBlCAL COBBK8PONDENCK. 

WWblpg"n -•■*■• S?4 

Ipr ami... -. ■•»< 054 

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1b* ■ s 

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.'..*...- «*o 

,; eoi 

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061 

;,.... 661' 

, 601 

..; 661 

661 

672- 

, /.'.... 87.1 

,.\.... ....... .073 

..'...., «7» 

.„ 673 

... ■■■ i. 073 

..;.: 173 

073 

, at? 

673 

,. 677 

677 

6T7 

604 



* Mjusachusetts . , 

W«Jt^Vlri{l'nla!!!! 
Pennsylvania .... 

IL'iitlfornlH 

' KetriYork State. 
VgfftMlH .... 

M\hisrnn 

Mjlbourl 

Minnesota. . .. ... 

Iowa. .:....•.... 

Wisconsin . 

"in lucky 

iile Island. .;.- 

Iiln i 

Kfoua 



Jfajai-:.-.-".- 

District of CoTumhlH . 

NW : Jersey. 

. South -.Carolina.; 



IjTES T BY TELE& BAPE 

1 ' '^ «OLDK> GATE OLBANINGS. 



Special DUpatche* to TUB Nsw York CmppHR, 
; SAN Fbancihco, Aug. 7.' — At tbe Orpbeum 
(located at tbe Cbutea) tbe bill week of S in- 
cludes : Billy Van. the Basque Quartette, tbe 
Lifncaola Trio. Ldvvard Clark and widows, 
the Marco Twins, Ida O'Day, Hickman Bros., 
Carter and Bluiord, and Orpbe-m motion 
pictures. 

■ Ka'tK. — Martin F. Kurtzljr, president of tbe 
Colonial Tbeatrc Co., announces that tbe, 
Urge ' new playhouse at tbe Junction of 

• Market, Jones and McAllister Streets, will 
ho onened on Sept. 17, by tbe Colonial Stock 
Co. The new tbeatrc, completed lust before 
tljfl fire, waa one of the few biilldlugs In tbe 
burned district tbat was not damaged. It la 
a handsome structure of steel and cement, 
■IQ was originally Intended for a vaudeville 
)joune. Since the Are, however, the manage- 
ment decided to enlarge tbe stage and make 
It a strictly fl rat class theatre. • 

FROM OTHKR POINTS. 



The. Tcrrlflc H«nt Haa Swelled the 
(lrowiU ait Open Air Resorta and 

Depleted Thoie in Theatrei. 

tPkiLADRtFHia, Aug. 7. — The torrid spell 
has resulted lrf big crowds 1 at nil parks. .... 
An] excellent bill at Keith's attracted large 

audlancfl* The stock burlesque Bhowa 

drew wall at the Lyceum and Bijou 

VliUnlPreaeott, In "The Child of the llegi- 
'meat,'' bad a line house, at Blauey's. . -. j 



Cuicauo, Aug. 7. — No changes occur down 
' town this week Warm weather Inter- 
feres more or less with business' at' tbe then* 
tres, tbe parka, however, pluylng to big 

crowds Attractions this week include: 

"The Vanderbllt Cup," at the Colonial : 
"Told In the Hills." at Powers*: "The Lion 
and tbe Mouse." at the Illinois: "(lose Vol- 

• lev," at tho Grand Opera. House ; ,"A Strenu- 
ous Life." at the Studebaker: "Brown of 
Harvard.''' at the Oarrlck ;' "The Land of 
Nod." at - the Chicago Opera Hoube ; "Bed- 

■ ford's Hope"* at the Great Northern 

, The Folly la closed Vaudeville at the 

Majestic and Olympic, and stock burlesque 
at the Trocodero draw well. . 
■ Boston, Ape. 7.— The. torrid weather 'of 
yesterday' made the. local bouses look de- 
serted New bills were : "Tbe New Mag- 

• dalen." at the Globe : "Marihn," at the Cas- 
tle Square, and "The Gambler's Daughter," 

• at' the Bowdoln Square. Harry Bulger, 

In "The Man from Now," opened his elev- 
enth week at the Tremont The Grand 

"Opera House opened >tti regular Reason lust 
Saturday night, with "Bertha, the Sewing 

t'Mnchinc Girl.".. - .Parka and teaches '.were 
thronged on Sunday. , • ,,'.'■- 

-Cincinnati, Aag. 7. — "At the World's 

, ; Mercy" was seen twice at Heuck'K, by > audi- 

'.encca of fair ofaa. ..,.,J. K. Mjirray and 
Claia Lane drew crowds. In "Amorlta," at 
Chester Park Vaudeville was ■ resumed 

' at both Coney Island and Ludlow liagoon. 
where audiences were targe.. ... . Itlvd/is' 

Itatlun Imperial Band opened well at the 

. Zoo. 

Kanhak City, An-.;. 7.— "The .Millionaire 

' Trump" opened a week's engagement at the 

-Glllls Suaday, and scored a lilt before two 
packed liousei. .... .All parks eolnydd big 

Suodiiv biislneHs At Klectrlc l'ark, Sor- 

iciitlno's Band 1>e1d over, and In the German 
Village Leone and Dale were big- favorites. 

At Forest Park. Lenge's Rand, tho 

Knnfmiin Troupe and Morris Jones were th* 

features At Falnnount Park, King, lit 

his balloon ascension, and Hclner's Military 
Hand attracted. ' 

LouigYiLLK. Aug. 7. — Crowds from the 

^ sweltering city visited the pavilion at Fon- 

.-tnfne Ferrv l"nrk Sunday, to ■ witness one of 
tbe beat bills this season. 

p »■» 

OREGON. 

Por«lnnd.~At tbe 'Baker Theatre (Geo. 
L. (taker, manager) the San Francisco Com- 
pany's moving pictures of the San Ftancluco 
earthquake and Are did fair business July 
v::-2ii. No booking la announced until tbe 
opening of tbe Rtock season, Sept. 2. 

Grand (J. H. Errlckson, manager),— The 
Apollo Four, Belldaire Brothers, Mr. and 
Mrs. James I'. Lee and Little Madeline, 
Tracy McDermott. Harvey and De Vora, Jas. 
Burke, and Graodlscope. 

Stah (J. H. Krrlckson. manager). — The Star 
Stock Co., presenting Three Married Men," 
week of July 30. 

t.YHic (Keating ft Flood, managers), — 
The Lyric Stock Co., presenting "The Smug- 
glers," week of 30. •< 

Pantaobh' (J. A. Johnson, manager). — The 
Hose City Quartette, Kensers, Wnitham and 
KlYenton, Phelps and Heynes, JobnE. Drew, 
Jean Wilson, and btogrnph. 

Fhitz'b (Thomas floonev, manager). — Mae 
N. Vernon. Barney Mulally, Marie DHtard, 
Itnbv Ruth, La nolsette.-Ilooney and Forres- 
ter, Erallne Allen, Jesale Stewart. Frances 
EHner. Jones and Ravelle. Virginia Vernon, 
Dan Hart, Nina Heesoa, Clara Wagner, Lena 
Monroe, Bessie Ford, and De Ore. 

Oaks Shmmrr Park (8. H. Krledlander, 
manager) continues' to do extremely good 
bnslness. 

', — — — •*'* 

Gko. G, G0OUA1.B, who U summering at La 
Crosse. Wis., will open with the "Bl lissklns" 
Co, Aug, 12- . 



Ujjjgjjjt Rome Dst, 

This list Is made up ns nearly »<•- 
enrate ai It la poanlble to mnlce a list 
of vaadevllle booklnsa, To Insure In- 
sertion in tills department the name 
of tbe theatre or nark, «■ well na tbe 
city or town, MUaT accompaar each 
booklug tent ni. . " 

Acme Trio, Bnenu Vista I'urk, Aaderson, 8. C, 

0-U. 
Adter,,Klo. Keith'*. Plilla., till. 

A<lums &. Mnck, Ceutral I'urk. Allentowu, I'd., fi- 
ll. 

AdimiH & White, WooilKldt* l'urk. ('tills.. 0-11.. ■ 

Ailuminl & Tuylor. Tetniite, Detroit, 0-11; Or- 

, iilieum, Mluik-'ii^ollH; 13-18. 

Aaillu'on A: Llrliiustou. Bt-llevue l'urk, Tuleilo, 0- 
11: Avou Park, l'outipttown, UI-18. 

Affiiew, Jtn'k. ■ Iti'ltiy. Nahant, M«-*.. U-ll. 

AliFari!. Cbus. & Jar., Park, Bockluiul, Me., 0-11, 

Allien ns. The, Olympic. Chli'sao. till. 

Altlieu TwIiih. I'roctor'M 234 HI.. N. Y. C, «-ll. 

AlpliH 'Frio, l.uku Ccinpouuiif. KuutUlu^t/m, (>jbo., 
Ul-18. ■ 

Alrln & Kenticy, LtikeinuuL Park, Altoona, Pa,, 

o-u. 

AlumoN (4), Coliseum. Cleveland. 6-11, 

Altitirtiis & SIIIImi', llltip'Mlroflie. Loutloa, 15DK,, 6- 
II ; Umpire Tour, t:I-Kei»t. :in. 

Allen, Henri A Violet, Kellh'H, Clt'relaiid. u-ll. 

Alvln lliim.. r'HlrTlt'it- Park, Dartou, O.. Oil. 

AMn & Avinotir, Casino, Atlantu, (■■.-, 0-11.' 
■Alfiirahi.-Sndi, Keith's. Plilla.. Ml. 

AIImm, Oreut, Luna Park, WutililiiBtuu, D. C li- 
lt. 

AmorliMiK Comedy Four, Farm. Toledo, i*., H-ll. 
■ AmerirHii Trumitetem (4), IiiKeraoll Park, Des 
Moines, la., lil-lH. 

Amerlciiu Neirstioys' Quartette, ['eoplv's, CIiIcumo, 

H-lti. 
, Amlcrsoii & liolnen. Keith's. Plilla., 0-11; O. 0. 
ft., Plltsburtc. i:ms. 

AjiHI 4 Hummer. Olympic. Ctilcsjjo. 6-11. 



Anleli ft pittH, Hotnner Purk, Motttreat, Can., 0- 
■ i 11. 

ArlliiHtoa A IlcUton, 'Hrwg Laks, WoulHluclwt, 
II. I„ 'Ml. 

Armlnta & Burke, Klcctrlc Park, Newark,. O., 0. 

11. 
Ariiioiii!, Grnce, Forest l'urk, Kauaas City, Mo., 

«-ll. 
Artu. Win., Wind (lap. Pa.. B-1L 
An>- a ott & mate. Proctor's. Newark.' N. J., ij-ll, 
Aihlej. I.lltlnn, Hprlnif Umve Cihluo. HprlDgSeld, 

'■ Oil. 



Auer & Da Onzo, Laauon. I.mllow, Ky.. fl-.ll. 

AiHIIiis. TomnIiik, Keith's. Cleveland, 0-11; Fair- 

ffaaf Park, r>N,vt<>», 13-1H. 
lAvory ft pe H rI, Majestic, Chicago. OIL 

.\Yii\ui, MuHicul (4>, Huhiut-r Park, Montreal, 

Can., Ml 
Durdri. Four, Musk Hull. Brlglitun Beach, N, V., 

U-lt, . 
BnktT ft Wardcll, Huburban Park, Baltimore, 0- 

. IE 

Bitllcv ft Pickett, l-akevlew Park, Mlddletown, 

Uoub.. U-ll : Pa*torV. N. V. C. IH-IN. 
Burtelt ft (itirfleld, Latrobe. Phi. 0-11. 
Butes ft Kniest, Manlllu (Irore. Tfltnaqua, Pa.,' t|. 

11 ; ; Young's Pier, (K-eau City, K. J., K(-1S. 
Bsrker ft Barker, Hen Ilreeee Park, uochester, 

N. Y., a-18. 
Rslenmn, Tmn, A. ft ff., Boxton, H-ll. 
Barnw ft Knwlus, Phillips. Klclimond, In-!.. O-U, 
BatPK, [.ouIp W., Park, Alameils, Cat.. O-U. 
Bnadfr-La Vellc Trio, Wonderland Park, Mil- 
. wuukee, Wis., 6-11; Poreat Park, Hi. Loahj, 

13-18. , ;,,. 

Babcock, Oscar V., Dominion Park, HotlttMl, 

Can.. 0-11. 
Ti«w)ne Quartette. Cliuie-*. Sin Fran,. Cal.. 041. 
hfr- ft Barry. Kaat F,ml Park, Memphis, Tenn., 

6-11. , . ltm 

Il?dl ul. Dons t. Keith's, Boston, Oil. 
Bedlnl ft Arthur. Victoria, N. Y. C. fl-tl. 
Bennielns, The, Oodfroy's, Grand Rapids, Mich., 

Oil. 
Iternlce A Boy, Olympic, ClileaKo, 6-1 1, 
Beverly. Will. Relay, Naliaut. Mats.. Oil, 
UelfnPls (7), Kast.Knd Park, Memphis, Toon., 

Oil. 
Bean ft Hamilton, O. O. u„ pittbbjrg. Oil; 

Keith's, Cleveland, 13-18. 



Beyer, licit, Keith's, Boston, 0-1T; Keith's, Plilla., 

■1(1-18.- 
Bei'tiiut it Ilnx'kwoy, Farm, Toleilo, 0., Oil; Co- 

Innit'U-. 1.'I-1H. 
Ilclliiiun A fltoote, KonaVtSfS Psfft. Iluntou, 0-11. 
Beyer, U>-*\ Keith'a. Boston, Oil. 
Beau ft M'lmihuii, lleuderHiu's, Cotity Island. N. 

:-v., on. 

tlorrv A: ■ iii-n-y. Kast K:»l Park, Memphla, Teim,, 

U-ll, 
Bealv ft I'rlcc, Miimilon'K Park, HI. ImiU, 0-11; 

■ Cook's Park, Kvmisvllle, 1ml., KM 8. 
HlxwHioric A Nuwinan, Ht.' I.milH. Mo., <1 1 1 
Bllyck's HcttH, HcmlLTxou'a, Coney IhIiiiiiI. N. Y., 
ifshll. 

Blion Cliy Trio, Alnlome, Kedalls, Mo., U-ll; 

Uriiml. nnmllton.-o.. 1U-U. 
Blsiich ft Hymn. Orphem, HpriliKtlehl. 0-, Oil. 
Blsiuphln ft llcbr. Steel pier, All-ititlu City, N. 
*.J.. fi-tl : stuv, Aflmila, Oh., "UMH. 
lllsir ft McNully. Topkr, »III1iiks. Mont.. 18. 
Blfluk IluHsaiM. Temple, imrull, Oil; Shea's, Kuf- 
: fulo.- WW. 

Bloswmt. Nat, Majestic, Ardmure, I. T.. 0-11. 
HrliikWK. The, f.una Park. Hartford, Culiu., 0-11 ; 
Black ft Jones, Plehsuro Bay I'ark, Ixuia* Ursueli, 

■ N. J. ,0-11. • 

Black ft Leslie, Crystal Park. Ht. Jnwfb. Mo., 
■18-18. 

BuUcmlan Trh>. WiiHiridue, Toledo, it., nil. 
■ Bowery- Boya' Qiiwft«lle; Idea. Fond dh Lne, Wis., 
■ u-it ; ohmi-iv. riiituwii. i;i-in. 
Ifciyd ft Viiill. Lyric. Muakugw, 1. T„ U-ll ; Lyric, 

Ardmorc, l.'MH. 
Bowers. Waltcm ft Cnioker. Islund Park. Annum, 
iN. y./011 ; -Wuodlfliid Puik. AkIiIuuiI, Pa., 1J- 
■■■1H. ■ 

Bowery Qnarlette. AtliiRlle City, N. J„ 0-18. 
liny.-*' ftllhick. Park, Leiimjlnii, .Mass.. Oil. 
Huttomley Troupe. Newport, It. 1.. Oil; White 

dry, ItiitJii.iNHtii. X. Y„ 13-18. 
H'.'h-v, Mnv, .Mnjo-ilr, ChlcaKo. 0-11. 
Brady ft llenrlelta, Kniplfe. 81. Paul Minn., Oil, 
Bryant ft Kavllle, Spring, Luke, Trenton, N. J., 

Oil. 
Brums, Hvhna. Hhca's, Toronlo, Oil; Olympic, 
dlh'HKO. I3-1N. 

Srudy ft IiH(nllloti, nmplre. St. Paul. Minn., Oil. 
retoii. Harry ft Uei'trudo, A l Presno l'urk, 
•Peoriu, ill , 18. 

Brooks ft J«HiitH>tle,. L'Kbridge, Muss., U-ll, 
Bivail, Billy, Keltli's. KoKtou. 0-U. 
Brlttoua, Tbe, IbsluLiHeu. Colli., tier, Snit. 1- 

1,1; Hull , MsoiHo'Im, 111-30. 

bruOk« ft Vmhlcr, KKnic Park, Newark, N, .L, 

0-11. 
liraiHi Hlsters, White City, BIhkIiiiuiIoii, N. Y., 
-ll-ll. 
llrliikleys. The, i.uua Park, llarironl. Conn., 0-11; 

Liiiih i'ark, Cleteluml, <>., 13-18. 
Brolial Trio. Knlem Willows, Mass., 0-1 1. 
Drocfaiiiuu. Moik ft Belowiil, Proctor'a 'Mill Ht., 

N. Y. C. 011. 
Brooks. Jeanne, Poreat Park, Mule Rock, Ark., 

1318. 
Browne. Whistling Tom, Lakeside Cnnloo, Akron, 

<J.. HI, 
Bruce. Lakemmit I'ark, Altoous, V*., Oil. 
Ilrosd. Hilly. Keltli'a, ll<«t(m, 0-11; Keith's, 

I'tallu., 13-18. 
Brown. Jack, ft t.llllsn Wrl|hl, TnlAquptfn Park, 

Attleboro. Mass., 0-1 1. 
Braorortls. Tbe. Molropulls Hoof. N. Y. «., 13-IH. 
Uusclt 1'nnilly, l-yrli: Park, Muskogee. I, T., 0-U; 

Lyric Park. Ft. Hmlth. Ark,. 13-18. 
liiirkit ft ['ill ii", Family, Helena, Mont., o-u ; 

I'lLinlly, Untie. 13-18. 
Burke ft Lalrlsro. Hrooka, No. Beach, 0-11. 
Dnane ft KpIIii, Crystal, Detroit, 0-11. 
Purkhart ft Borry, I.akemotit Park, Altooiia, Pa., 

O-U. 
Buii'ty ft White, cilfion Helshta, Pa„ 0-11. 
Ilurk.- ft Liitlns, Brook'*, No. Beach, N. Y„ 0-11. 
Bui-kuer, lirc-iii. Ofl Budu*era, Budapciit, Am, 

Buckeye. Trio, Coney Inland, Cliioliinatl, O-U. 

Hiich Bros.. Paaton, Pa., 0-11. 

BuekleyN,' MunIciiI, TalatiueiCM Park, Attleboro, 

Mass.. O-U. 
Byron ft Ununsfji Olympic Chfeaao. fl-lt. 
Ilyrou ft HHiicti. Orphlum. HprlUKuelil. O., 0-11: 
.< Star, Miiocle. Bid., 13-18. 
Carter A Km Oiutes. Han Fran.. Cal., 0-11. 
Carllu ft Otto. (Jrpbentu, 1*« Angeles, Cal., 0-11; 

Orpheum. Dcn»er, Cot., lfl-18. 
Carlisle's Do^s ft Ponlos. Ms Jest Ic Clilenipi. U-ll. 
Carson Dr»H., Altro Park, Albany. N. V , 0-U. 
Oasad ft De Vrme, Muuro Park. Toronto, 0-11 ; 

luora Park, Yrailigstown, O.. 13-18. 
Cssiida CJVjI. Futnily, Kloui City, lu„ « II. 
Cannon ft Ksniran Co., Ingertoll Park, Deo 

aloluw. Is , i-U. 



11. 

Cahlucli ft Weulwortb, (in vents tor's. At Untie 

City. N. J., Oil. 
Ciiniei'on ft I'luaasau, Forest l'urk, Kiinssa City, 

Mo., 13-18. " ' 
ChiiiiiIh'IIs, The, Wuiiucrlsnd Park, Danrllle, 111-, 

lfl-18, 
Ciiprlt-e. "Orlalnal/' Woiitlerlnmi Park. Freeiwrt, 

III., Oil; Woiiderjuod Park, iiauvitie. 13-18. 
Carter, Taylor ft Co- tirand, Victoria, II. C, fl* 

II; Vancouver .13; IS. . 
«:url Broti.. Novelty, Ik-nver. Col., 0-11; Col. 

Npga., 13.18, 
Carsi.il ft Wlllnrtl. Keith's, N. Y. C, 0-11; 

Kellli'a, I'liilu., 13-18. 
C'airolliiui A Hodges, l,yrh: Park, Muskoaee, 1. 

T„ Oil: Lyric, Hn.McAlh.U-r. 13-18. 
Christopher. Orphhim, Hiirlngpelil, 4I„.0-I1; !,«■ 

K i. lAHlkw. Ky,. 13-18. 

Cherry ft IbiLfs, |ha:ky. MprlllKH Park, Lsnesuter, 

Ph., 0-U. 
Chh-k. tiri'iil, Carnival. Newisirt, It. I,, 0-U; 

Park. 1'liiaftohl, .Mh.s, 13-In. 
Cha.twhk Trio. Karin, Taleilo, 0-11; Meyers Lake, 

Caulim, 13-18. 
Clillilers, iirace. Proctor's. Newark, N. J., 0-1 1 J 

Proctor's. Alhsny,' 13-18. 
Chlelt. Oeririlde, Carol val. Nowjiort, It. L. 0-1L 
Clarke, Kilwanl. ChuU-s,- Han Fruii., Cat.,0-11. 
ClliYeui ft Burke.. Keith's. Iloston, Oil; Proc- 

lur's SIM ML, X. Y. C, 13-18. 
tlllffonl ft Orth.. Umpire. BukersOeld, Cot., 0-U; 

Kmplie, \ajh Aiijflfles.i 13-18. , - 
Clark, Mnrle, Luuimjii, Ludlow, Ky.. 0-11. 
Clark, Dundy, (JrystHl. Di-imii, 0-U. 
Chirk. Clius,, A. ft 8, Bosloii, 0-11. , 

Cuildit. Lnhi. Crv-ntid. Anderson, llid., Oil. 

Co Ily HNtcra, IJryslHl. Detroit, 0-11. 

t^sik. Fruuk. A. ft 8., Jtoahmi, 0-U. 
Cniitln.nl. Jesslir. ft Co.; Mlynipli'. t;ilh.RRn. 0-U. 
Ciigswi'tlH, 'Cycling-, Touring Mexico. » 

Conroy, John ft Minnie, I'miiins l'urk, Hurrishnrif, 

Pa.. IM1. ' - ' ' * . ' 
Columbia f>nnwly Four. Hheu'a, Buffnl.i, N*. Y., ti- 
ll ; KIicm'm, Ti.i-.ii. i. ., Call., 13-18, 
Corro ft <:»rro: Irwlu. lin-hi-n, Ind., 11-11. 
Cot. Bay, Keith's. Itoshm. tl-11. 
CoIIIik ft llarl, Victoria, N. Y. C U-ll. 
Oijfuu ft thiuerofl. Allium.' Osrden, N. Y. C, 

Oil. 
Cole ft t'./i.-in.in, Csnchul* Park, Oflklnnd, Me., 

0-11. 
Coiiley ft Klein,- Bunions, firnnd Itapltls, Mich., 

0-11. 
Cole. Will, Msjesllc. Chleaao, H-ll. 
f.'olburii A <;rcnaihe, Llltlt- Fslls, N, Y,, 0-11; 

fltlea, 13-18. ' 
Cooke ft Mylvhi, Kelth'W, N. Y. C 0-11. 
Ciwii Bros., Morrlslown, N. J„ Oil; Hover, 13* 



port. Conn., fril ; Knvlu hwk. West Haven, 

18. 

Daly ft O'Brien, Park, Xeiila. O., 0-11. 
h,.vlh, Murk ft I, shim, sen Isle City. N. I., 0-U. 
Davis ft Wilson, RoMWDm (Jiirden, Far Roeka* 

way. N. V., 0-18. . 
Hayielle, Madge, Casino, Ontario Beach, N. Y,, 

0-11. 
Harrrll. nieanor, OWniph*. Clilrnfto. 0-11. 
HareiiiMiri, llairj'. Proelur's, Newwk, Nt -1.. 0*11. 
DmiiMiiH. N«k, Lyriel'ark, Muskiuiee, I. T., 0-11; 

Lyric Park, Ft. Hmllh. Ark.. 13-18. 
IlawMSi ft Whltltt-M. I'litmte, Los AiiK'lea, Cal., 

III. 
'II 

....[•aao, 13-18. 
Darinixly, Chester Park. Cincinnati, 0-11 ; Odae 

Point. 8iiHdiiNby. 13-18., 
Ih? llenio ft La Dlie, Celeron Park, Jamestown, 

N. Y„ 0-U. 
TV Witt, I.mvIiiIq. Olympic, (^ileaao. 0-U. 
Deveuu, Hubert, Kilgrwooii Park, 8l,itnokln, -Pa.. 

Oil. 
be Siireuln'" Animals, Wlldwofdl Park, Putnam, 

Onus., OIL 
I leu gon, Arthur, *'Cn., Temple, Detroit, 0-U, 
Dlttons f.'li. Island Park, Auburn. N. Y., till. 
De Ikils, Ureal, Pastor's, N, V. C„ 0.11. 
Deiiifmio ft [telle. .Crip's, No. Beiicli, N. Y. C. 6* 

tl. 
Dw Motule ft Dlnsniorc, Peo]tIe's I'ark. Leaven. 

worth, Kan.. U-ll; Kxrelelor Hprlngs Mo.. 13-18. 
iH-rvin. Jiih. t„ Lyric -Park. Ft. Hmilh, Ark., •• 

II: i.i rK- Park, Ardmore. 13-18. 
He >>if. Harry. Park , Wheeling W. Vs., OIL 
Delmora ft Darroll, Keith's. Phils., U-ll. 
iH-nolte tiUtera, Bitot), Phlli-, 0-U; WoodlysasJ 



JB 



fifii jsrij* • *tmk t«MP?ffi 



' r AtJGUST4l. 






,. s, j-b <«), Oodfror'a, Qraml ^jBopWn, ,Jlch„ 

ri».Vo»v«m«»U-*-OB., Hrt, OiKUUt, 0„ Ml. ' 
I* ' Hlil.lda * MclirlnK, BIJou, Dtilulb, Mini., 0' 

Ml. '. - "1 >, 

Th „VHM< Trio. Conor Island! Cincinnati, 6-H. 



UaL.,. 

Ilon.er 

Kam^oiiJ'' rftoorMUtV Bijou, Lincoln!'' Nel'.. 0-11 
Do1fnje'sitior«. T<r , iA';,"7"Mla7 5 : i'i;"i'roc'lot v a, Horliulil 4 llolllaoii, Forml Park, Palmer, kan. 

Newark, N. J., l:llbV ; '', ..»•'«'. "' xS ,. 

Donby * Co.. Ornbeom, 8t. Paul. Minn., Mil 




Pintle, Geo. ha, Whllfl City, Worcenttr, Ms»»., 



dar'nf Park, ToungaUmn, a, 0-11. 
-: JhllnW, Minn., q.11. 



it numi AIIW LSIJjfVU, avuiuiy, Jllllll., v--l», 

o„?;lii rill fair talnnount, loll.. 0-11:. riymonj,. Lottfo.Weat.J.ajoOti, Lijahml Kr„ 0-11, 



r-.,J#»W" 

P«rk: (Jlncliuiall, IMS, ,,, , , „ 

laMAinu tlna, 0ook'« Purk. E.anavllle, Ind , 6- 

13-18. 



Pa*ra7'New OrleanaV. 13-25." 
roweta ■ " 



jweca & freed, Oraml, ««£''■ *"■-;, * 
rlnce. Arthnr. Victoria, N. Y. ^.C.,- W 1 , 
yors , Ww. Junction. Park, B>ar«r 1; nils, ?*., 
.1.11- Mnnnion'H Pirt.Ht. Lwila, 13-18. 



De- Verne, Tbelwa, Crystal Turk, Hcdalii, Mo., 

12-18. ,'■ ■•- ■ *' ' 

De Mutb*. The, BrookuMe Park, Alhol, Mi»i„ 
■HI. '"- '1 ' 

Dp torn. Mile.. Dominion- Prfrk, Montrrol. Out., 

0-11; Montmorency Park,- Qnels-e. 13-18. 
DiXOU ft Anger. Keith'*, B<wIou, (1-11. -'' k " 
Dlerlckx Bros.. IunersOH Park, Don Molnet, la., 

u-ll ; Olympic. Chicago,' 13-18. 
D.lks. Dllks & Dilke, Ocnn i'k>r, Ocean City. N. 

J.. Oil. V- ; 

Dixon Brcs,, Sprlngtirobk Casino, So, Bend, Intl., 

Gil; Luke Michigan Park, Muskegon, Mlcb,, 

13-18. 
Dixon, Bowers & Dliou, Fair-view l'ark, Dayton. 

O.. oil; IdlnrJM Park. Newark* 15-18. •-■ 
Dif-tic k Marin, Long Bench. UloucestW, Mas*., 

Diamond, Lew P., Bijou, Marinette, Wis., 6-11; 

BIJou, Calomet, Mleb., 13-18. 
Doyle & Granger, Dreunilaud L'ark, Decalur, HI., 

611. 
Dorscl! & Russell, Woodland. Oakland, Tb., Oil; 

Celeron Park, J/iiiipntown, N. Y., 1.1-18. 
Don, F.iniiiii. Pal., Soiitliamiilon, Kng., 0-11; 111])., 

BlrtnlusliDtu. 1:1-18; Hip., Barro, 20-25; Stokp, 

27 -Sept. 1. 
Dohcrty'a Poodles. Valley. Syracnae, N.Y., 0-11. 
Donuviin & Arnold, Mayflower Orove, So. Hiiusoa, 

.Mnsv,, (1-11. 
Dockray, Will, Cnfilnn. Allniitti, Qt.. 0-11. 
Drocnln. A., IU-II, Oakland, Cat., 0-11; Nofelty. 

Stockton, 13-18. 
Drolls (li). Hlvernlde Park, Montreal, Can.. 0-1 1* 
Duubnra, :Fryliig, Wl.ite City, Chicago, 0-18. 
Dunbar, Relay. Nnlmnt, »»>*„ fl-11. 
Doprw, Mlmile. it Co., KeltU'i*, N. Y. 0.,' 0-11. 
Dunlmr'tt Ca[>rlnc I'nratlox, Hprlng Orove Caxlna, 



llsll A'Kiirlr. Collwnni, 'ClMelanfl,'- fl^il. 
HarrlsA; Dmi'liig. MHood, 1,im!Io«(, Ky., 0-11. 

iiiiiuwiii.'A. & h:. umm. o-ii; 

liuivmtrt, Frank." white City. Worcester, Mow., 

Haley ft Harty, Barttioloinay, Uutario Beacb, N. 

Hajword. ,booroy ft'^Jaiwucd, Majestic, Cbtcogo, 
-'■ffiil; Commlita.Kt:. I^rtli*;, IS-lE . 
Harm. -,VA. C, Coney, IslanfJ,, Cincinnati, 0-11 J 
«. Or H., PlttatHirg, lU-IeV 

,l^*lV< .trni,nanfnt.lA Ju iTl. Vjlari 



*Oro»e. H. Y. C.,0-11. 

Bylviui ft O'Neal, HoohIc Park, So, Atlamt, Mass 

0-11. •'' t;=. - 

Tamit-i- ft Ollbett. Plttsflelil, Mass., 0-11; win- 

aied, Conn.,:.ia-18. 
Tanu, Billy, Star, Doncrn, Pa., 0-11; Star, Mo- 




LMmjudt .- 

, 1'itrk, Wireline. W. Vo.. lH-lb. .. 
LeBiifr, Crystal, St. Jow*i»h, Mo.^ 0-11. 
heniion, . IIcrlM>ri Bert, Pork, Bea*er «pll», Pa, 
ft-U 



giilliloin^Jujtffling. I,o1ec Park, Kingston, 

(111: rTanfaa'H Pt.. Toronto. W-18. 
Qnlgj, Vuackey ft jj|HlMlMHi Norumbega,.. Pork, 



Ten Brooke, r.nmoert Co., Park. Lexington, Mass., 

Tei'mls'Trlo, SlinlbyTlll.', 111.. 0-11. 
Terley, MajestiCtuCblcago. Ml, 




Harvey A De Vora, Oram], Portland,, Ore., i;-H; 

Antorla. l.'l-18. i; .' 

HninlKoii ft Wiley, Rmpi|», fcprlngftcld, 111., 0-18. 
lliinlen, Orplieuni, Hprlngflelrl. O., 0*11.'- 
llrilni'^, Uila, Wonderland, Ke?ere Bepcb, Mast., 

«-18. ' ' 

Hnri-'oiirt, DfllRy, Pnloce, London,. Eng., C-Sept. 

•Ill ." . ■ - T. 



■ip 1 (.4). SohiBOT Pnrk. atoptreal L 

• ft SfflttWt. Oak. Summit. BTausynie, Ind, 



MWf 



0-11; lUUnwia Park, Ft; Wayne. 13-18. 
I.nCJ? *v l-irrc. Alrdome, Molterlj, Mo., 6-11; Air- 

jaome, Columbia, 13-1R. 
Lwcler. Mr, 'ft Mrs. Freil, Idlewlld Park, Newark, 

LnclWlii* TrH>,*'CJiiit»«. San Frnn.. Cal.. 0-11. 



Kay, Fr«l-. ft Co.. Paster's. N. Y. C, 0-11; 

Kreebwly Pork. Ncwjiort, K. I., 1S-18. 
Rue ft Bronclie, lugeKOll Pork, Dch Moines, la. 



. Youngstown. 13-18. 
Tiinin-.v, Put ft May, Luke Wecbuaett, Oardner 

MfMi U-ll. 
Torelll's Ponlen, Pnrk, Lexington, Mass., oil 
Toledo ft Price, Moitehester. I^s.. 0-11 : Winter* 

garteu. Berlin. Oer., 18-Mept. *i2. 
Toyx, Musical, Park, Canton, O., 0-11. 



0-11. . , _ , _, ,._. Tnnnnn, Wnllnee. Keltli's, Pblln., 0-11; Keith's 

HnrWh & HurrK Park, K. Broobfleld. Mass., 13- M«rer ft Cooke, Bowling's, l.ogonsport, Inrt.. 0- Alston, Kohby, ft.Son, .SlMptochtM Park. Bridge- _ Kfi, i:m 8 . _ __ 



M. 



Hnvden. Virginia, West Knd Path, Champaign, 

Hr./fl-U. ' " * : 

llnrrltiyioQ. Dnulel J., Four Mile Creek, Erie, 

Pa,.- 0-11. " 

Ilefrmnun, Adelaide, Meyer's Lake, Canton, Q„ 



Lynn, Fay ft Young, Hender^oa'a, Coney Wand, 

Marewlei^Apn'n, Atlantic Garden, N. Y. C, fl-11. 
Mnrdo 'frto, , Forest Park. St Louis, 13-1^. 
Martin Brothers, Washington, Spokane,' \vaah., 
0-Hr Bemtle. 13-18. 




port. Conn., Gil; Savin Bock, West lluven, TroitltiHloun. i'.i), Caalno, Kalamazoo, Mich., tt-li • 
13-18. ., , . ■ ,',-DMiilnlab. Winnipeg; 18-18. ■• . ."•i, 

KowU ft Von Kaufman, RIteralde Park, Saginaw. Tsnda, Harry, Ubeiuont Park, Altoona, Pa. 0-u 
MlHi.. fl-11. r. u. , „ Tiiluii, Hanlott'R PLr Toronto,' Can., 0-ll;.Olcott 

iio, Detmy ft Dotty Pavlllcn-. Sa^ouehanna, Pa., Beach. K, Y., 18*18. . 

Vance. <?hirlce, Music Hall, Belrbton Beach, N. 



lu-tio, Detmy ft Dotty _ _ 

0-11: Norwich,. N. ST., 13*18. 
lieiio. Wilt ft May, Park, Attleboro, Maas., 0-U; 

Imer Pork, Brcokixn,^ N. Y.. 
,13-18. .,i. i i 

_Jn)llng'w, Itockawny Beach, N. 
Steeplcclintw Pork, BrHgeport, Conn., 



Valadons, The. Mamntolh, Rnrrt, Miss,, 0-11 
Vim Gofre ft Cotrely, Wnlliridge Park, Toledo, 0- 

Vuii. Billy, Chutes, 'SatrFran., Oal., 0-18. 
Vordott, Perry ft Wllher, l.nkc View Park, Terra 
Haute, Intl.. 0-11. 



Edwards, 
N. Y., OIL 

Edmonds ft Healy, 0. H., Fond du Lrtc, WK, il- 

li. " •■ ■ ; , f 

Edwards ft Beapre, Ayondale Helehts, Indian- 

nuollM. fl-18. 
E(l«ly. Arthur, Klysian Grove. Tuseon, Arlx., 0-18. 
Eltluge, Julian, pol-icc, London, rug., *!-Snpt- 31. 
Elmo, Pete ft Allie. Umpire, Fresno, Cal., U-ll ; 

Untune, Iros Aiigelen, 1.1*18. 
Eldrldsp, Great, Lakenlde Casino, Akron, 0., 

0-11. 
Elton. 8am, Kelth'fl. N. Y. C, 0-11; Music Unit, 

Brhrhion Bnirli. X. Y.. 13-18. 
Elliott, Belalr ft Elliott, Pnifloi-'H, N. Y. C, 0-U. 
ElrptVld ■ Tllo,' rMieedy's. Newport, H. 'L, 0-11. 
Euierriou ft Bolloii, Henilernun'R, Coney lslund, 

N. *;, o-lj;.' 

Eniernpu & Omega. Athletic Pol* BufTitlo, til. 
EuimeU ft Kane, Hoirmrtii'i. Ounten, Bulto., ft-it. 
Entpitf CunieUy I'onr, Kelth'n. N. Y. C. 0-U ; 

Kellb'a, Bbston. t:t-l8:. \ J ' "-: w 

Epps ft'Lorettnr'Lunu Park, Hiii-trord. Cono.. 0-11. 
Kemoudei Mr. ft Mrs. 1*1., Munlc Hall, Brlfcliloii 

Bcaeb, H. Y., (1-11- 
Estelle, EliTalit'th, Idorn Pork, Youngstown. 0., 

Oil. 
r.Btucruldit, Forest Purk, St. Louis, 0-11. 
Efiterhrooks, The, Luna Pnrk, Plttsburi,'. 0-11. 
European Novelty Trio, Anne. Norfolk, Vn,, 0-11. 
Kvers. Geo. .,W., Park. Pueblo, Col., 0-1H; 

Evans SWeW (3V, 

EvntiM, George, Ini 

o-ir; ■ 



vllle, linl., 0-11; pleutnugy Park, Cphimhus, 

i -'o.' ia-18. ■.->•*"■ * ™ '■'!:,-'./ 

Hecldw, Chia.1 'Athletic PrnK Buffalo,, 0-11. 
Hfiniev ft tindiam, Chiiutoteague Island, Vn., 0- 

ii: 

Herbert & Willing, Fontaine Purk, Louisville, Ky., 

(111. 

lu-rttert'S Dogs, Keith's. N. y, C.^ 0-^1 

Her(>f>rl A Vltn'ce, InkeMde Casino, Akron, O., 0-11. 
Heltia, Laughing Billy, Munro Park, Torouto, 

Can., .0-11- ? *.' 

Healy, JefT & l.averu. Junction Park, New Brigh- 
ton, Ph., U-ll. 
Lthiiuuu, Cnpt. Sidney, Romnun Beach, Grand 

IhiiililH, Mich., U-ll; Wonderland, Milwaukee, 
!! W&, 13-18. 

Hlelininr BtOts. (3>. Chuten, Snn Fran., Cal., 0* 
,;11 ; Orplilhin, Las Angele*, 13-18. ' 
Hill. Miirruy K. p Keith's, N. Y. C- 0-11. 
illlliei't & Warren, Uljoii. Llncolo, Neb., fl-11; 
■ iiijou, umidhii, 13-18. 
H'Hcoiiih, Cui'tN ft Co., Hoi'kawuy Beach, N. \\, 

Oil. 
HofTiiiaus, The, Fuuilly, Butte, Mout., 0-U. 
Hoffman, Kittle. Piilnre, Um'oii. 0-11. 
HolilsworilJi, Xlie, 1'iuk. Bnyonne, N. J., fl-11; 

.MetioiKillH, N. Y. C. 13-18.' 
HoilK'eM ft I.uuNi-hiiiere, Dreniuluuil, Coney Inland, 

X. Y„ 0-11. 
Holt. AIL, Empire Tour. .Fug., Sept. 3d. ., . 

■ . - J i:t JHSfj-- .•. phn-V. nfrA't: psviiion. HucimlihhTi'jj.ich., oil. 

Evins »We« (3 L Oakwood Park, PlttsbHrg. 0-U. HOWnril ft Howard, Pntctor's,' Newark; N. J„ till. 

igel-.Holl Purk, Dm luineH, . la., Hownnl. Oeo. I"., Purk, Westtwro, Maps., Oil. 

Hdgnti, Ernest. Vktorlu, N. Y. C. 0-11. 

HdiiHtuii .ft Jiiqulrt. Ciystul.'Di-t'rolt. O-ll. . 

Howe ft Hcott. Electric Purk,, Nertaik, 1 N. J., 0-11. 



Evelyn, -Blatirs, Ki-Iib ft Proetor's-.N. Y. 0., 0-U. 
Everetts (4j,;K»Jltli>, Bonton, 0-U. 
FMffM-,(S)-' , -0«ttM™; KewiKiH; >t: I.. Oil. • 
H«8elteljOi-clieRlt«. Keith's, Boston, 0*11. 
Fayt"; Tile, Victoria, N. Y. C, 0*11. 
Fflrrell-Tuylor Trio, Proelor'a, Newark, N. J., 

0-11. fc "" 

Farrell ft Lp Boy, Casino Purk, Blnghauiton, N. 

Y.. 0-11. '■ ■' 

FuytJlu, Adoulu, People'd, Kxcelnlor Spgs., Mo., 
-ll-ir: nijon, Llncnln. Neh., 1318. 
Fay Sinters. Kxrelalor Spgs., Mo., U-ll; 8edn1la, 

ia-is... • :"- 

rerris-WUey Trio. Bllmt. Marinette, Wis., »-U. 
Fennell a Tyson, OakfonlPark, Oieeushiirg, Pa., 

Oil. 
Field*- ft Huusoii, Hillside Purk. Belleville, N. J., 

0-19. 
First; Barney, Temple. Detroit. U-ll. 
FLshcr, Mr, ft Mrs. Perkins, Proctor's, Newark, 
I rv7.T., 0-U. 

FltrgcrBld, 11. V.,' PosiurY.- N.-Y..C.. 0-U. 
Fltt. Oerahl ft Trainer. Berkshire Park,. PHI*- 



Hur*ky-Iieii.-eie Oo, Pastor's N.-YiC, 0-11. 

Honstoh ft .Inqnln, Crystal, TeWrile, 0-11". 

Howunl ft Blami, MnleHllc. Chleugo, 0-11. 

Humes ft. Lewis, Bijou. Oslikosh, Wis., 0-U, 

Ilmlsbu, Peurl. A.* S.-. Boston. Of Hi: ' ■ 

llW.v. Geo. W-, AtbleCtd Park, Bliffnlo. Oil. 

Unegel Bros., Park." Wheeling. W.Vn., till: 
I-itkeslde Pni1;,.AkroH, O., 13-1R. ' 

llllliTress, Goflfa'iv'H, Omul Kuphls, Midi.. 0-11. 

IliiglieH, Mr. ft Mrs. Gem-. Proctor's 23d St., N. 
Y. C. 0-U. . '■ 

Hustnn ft'bullas, WIldwiKMl Park, Putiimn, Conn., 
0-1,1; Beaton I'luk, Web^ler. :.Mhb8., 13-18. ' 

Hughes ft Btovvn, liroolcs. Xo. Bench, N. Y-.tt-ll; 
Pleasure Uem-h. Hrldgi-port; Conu., 13-18. 

lliielin. Musk-til, 'Crescent City, Couu., 8. 

llvlumlH. (il), Savin Bock, Now ilnve.i, Cotin,, ti- 
ll ; Hltnover Pnrk, Merldeti, 13-18. 

Hyde, Heath, ft H'aWi, Orplieuni, HprlngfleW, O., 
■"fl*li, ' ' . - . : v' 

Hyde, Boh 2; Bertha, Savin Itoek, West Haven, 
Coitn,, 0-11. ' 

Ingritm ft Cumin. Hhailyslde Pnrk, Balto., G-18. 
Fields, Will H„ Collins' (Inrdeiis, Columbus, 0„ 1 miens ft, llyiuv, fliitw .iHiticl Pnrk, Chicago, 0-U; 
1 0-U ; CrUi-i'kki, Cbivngu, 13-18. Forest Park, KUnsnlT City. Mo.. 13-18. 

Flsber ft .lohiiRou, DowlhiB's, Logausport, Ind., Iniimn, F. \V., Portluml, Me., ti-U ; Siileui, Mass., 



: iDuri a, iiuiiunnii, l-v., iiii^ n, , 

,0»U: Slue's, Kokonio, 13-18.' 
FlMk, Gerihlde, CtMiilvi.1, Newiwrt, It, L, 0-11; 

I'llrk, Pill-tleld, Muss., 13-18. 
Fllllivald ft Olltlay, Vnlley, Byraeiiae, N. Y., 0- 

li-.Proetor's. Alhuny. N. Y... 13-18. 
Florence, Leo. Miiulintliiu, Norfolk, Va., 0-U. 
Fteutrn &. Miller. Family, LnrnyelU 1 , Itid., 0-il, 
I'lvuii. Earl, Kteeirk' Purk, Kmisua City, Mo., Il- 
ls. .. 
Flood Sisters, Hillside Pleasure Park, Newark, N. 
,-.* ia-18. -. . 

Flviiii, Joe. Olyuipk'. Chicago.. U-ll. 
Floods: The, Hoof Oimlen. Laneiister, Pa., fl-11. 
Ford Sisters ft Brothers, Victoria, N. Y. 0..'»11, 
Fot ft Oruy, Itocknway, N. Y., U-ll; Bergen 

Bench. 13-IH. :'.'., 

Fox ft HujrhcH, Cualim Park. 8alt Luke. U., 0-18. 
Foul I Boul Bros., Monro I'nrk, Toronto. Ctiu., 0- 

II. 
Fredo ft Dare, l.nke Michigan: Pnrk, MiiMkt>Koti. 

Mk-b., till; Weiiomi Iteneli, Bay City, liMH, 
Froitlo. Witts.. ('orfiH'vllle. Kan.. U-tl. 
Froslnl, F. I!., Khvtrb- Park." Uunmi* City, Mo., 

0-11: Miinuloi.'ri Pork, SI. Louis, UMK. 
Frederic, Paul, KellU's, X. Y. C, 0-U. 
FiMiil.ri.irtH, The, Aeuie, Norfolk, Va.. U-ll. 
Fhiui'iMi.H (21, Muiinloii's I'nrk, SI. Limls, 0-U; 

C.wik'K. Kvuhsvllle, Ind., 13-18. 
Friiukllii, Irene, Bumoitn, Ovutul Itnplds, Mk'U., 

0-U. 
Frederick, Ueleiin, ICust End Park, Meinptils, 

'lean.. U-ll. 
Fniiikol. 1'iinity- Dominion. WlnnlppR. 1318. 
flavdiier ft llnddern, Keith ft ^nwtorm N. Y. 0., 

Gardner, ilnppy Juek. Praetor's 23d St.. N. Y. C, 
lt-ll| Proelnr's, Albany, N. Y., 13-18. 

Onmun, Miuioii, Proctor's, Allniny, N. Y„ 0-U; 
Miisie Hull, ltrluhlou. 13-18. 

fluilv ft Fiiisei'. Pnrk. I'lasloii, Pa., 0-U; Pork, 

GnVlelle firm., (H'lilieimi. Still Lake, l).'. 13*18. 
tbivloid. Bonnie, Ingersull Purk, Des Moines, In., 

Gavin ft Plntt, Luke Nlpiinn:, Ushrldge, Miism., 

or 



13-18. 
.1 nines A Davis, Woudslde Park, Plilla., 0*1 



Martler, Laura. White City, Blngbamton, 
■0-U. 
Man-nun, Nevarro ft Nnreena, Park, Canton, 0„ 

0-11. 
Martin. Dave ft Perele. Grand, Vancouver, Con., 

0-U: Grand, Belllngham. Wash., 13-18. 
Mnrshnll. Bert, Four Mile Creek. Erie. Pa., fl-U. 
MaihleniH. Xlie. Manhattan. Norfolk, Va., 0-11. 
Mnv.ilmw. Monn, RtVerslde, Pnrk, Monroe, La., 

ll-U; HnbiirbanvPurk, vltkslmrg, Mow., 13*18. 
Marco Twiua. Chutes, Ban Frnn., Cal.. Oil ; 

Orplieuni. Los Aiiiteles, 13-18. 
Marenna, Nevnro ft Mnreenu, Lnke Cnslno, Canton, 

I)., 0-U ; Farm. Toledo. 13-18. 
MniinliiK's F.ntertnl tiers, Hctnlerson's, Cone; Isl- 
; fliul. N. V.. 0-U. 

Mnrron ft Murron, Pastor's. N: Y. C, 0-U. 
Miirkey ft Mornii, Proctor's 23d St., N. Y. C, 
. 0-11. "•. w ■ . 

IbTceo ft Fox, Keith's, Pblla.. 0-H. 
Martinueltle ft Sylvester, White City, Milwaukee, 

0-U: White Oily, Chicago. 13-18. 
Mnxsmltli l>no, lakeside Cuslno. Akron, O., fl-U. 
Miicart's Dogs ft Monkeys, Orpbemn, Salt Luke, 

-n„ 11*18.-. S .. ,- ..." 

Meaorley ft F.lennor. Oem, Missoula. Mon.. 0-U. 
MeClure ft Wrninl. Bijou, Diilnth, Minn., 0-U. 
MeWutters ft Tyson Co., Or]dieuiii, Lo* Angeles, 

Cut., fl-18. 
MvKeever, Lizzie, Majestic, Chicago, 0-U. 
McXainee, Tiuubliug Hun Pnrk, Potttyllle, Pa., 

io-u: : ' , . .; 

McD.-iUe'ft Wilson, A. ft S„ Boston, 0-U. 
McOlnnlss Bros,, White City, Worcester, Mass., 

-'0-U;. n 

McGloln' ft Smith, Henderson's, Coney Island, N. 

t.. 0-U- t 

.MeCi.nlev ft Pierce, Reuiwlek Park, Ithaca, N. 

Y., OIL 
McCarthy. Myles, Robinson Park, FL Wayne, 

ln'd,, 0*18.' 
McOee ft Collins, Chatanqun, Brooking, 8. D., 
' 0-48. . ,>■..-..■■■ ■ t 

Mediae ft Grant, Lake View Park, Terre Hnnte, 

Iml.. ti-ll; O. II. Elwood. 13-18! - 
Meliibtie-Lu Nole Trio, Shea's, Buffalo, 0-U; 

Keith's. N. Y. C, 13-18. 
Merrltt ft Ireland, Lukevlew Park. Midillelowti, 

,Conn., 0-U. . . 
AretropoUtuu Ojiera Trio, Keith's, Cleveland. 0-U. 
Melville ft , Conway. .Contra"! Fork. Allenlown, 

Pa.. ,0-11 ; Jtduud Park, Eoston, 13-18. 
Mclm.se ft Klmer. Hollywood Park, Bulto.. 0-11. 
Meluotte-La Nole Trio. Shed's. Buffalo. 0-U. 
MelvlnS (4) Proctor's 23d St., N. Y. C, fl-11. 
Mlllman Trio, Olympia, Pnrln, Fr., 17-Sept. 30. 
.Mitchell ft Cain, Temple. Detroit, 0-U. 
Milton ft Kalst'r. Isluml Park, Johnstown, Pa., 

U-ll. , 

Mlgnuii, Helen, Empln'. St. Puttl, Minn., 0-18. 
Minting, Dominion Park. Montreal, Can., 0-U. 
Mlti'hell ft Browning, Grand, Flndlity, 0., 0-U. 
Mltobells (3), HenJcisop's. Couey lslHtid, N. Y., 

Oil. 



Winchester, Music Ball, Brighton Ynlpo>., The, Mountain Park, Hamilton, Can. o- 
« '-U. 18. • 

Luke Coaio. Blrmlrghnm. Ala., Varilnntaq, People's. Ejcelalor Spgs., Mo., fl-11 
Holler Itlufe, Mlnejal Springs, Vnlleclta's; Leopards, Chester Purk, Clnclauat 
■ L- 1 1 ; Meyers Luke, Canton, 13-1S. 



Rellly.'-iobuny, Delmllng's, Roclmway Beacb, N. 

iZ o-u. 

Remington, Muvme, Rnmona, Grand Rapids. Mich., 

0-U. 
Rcldy ft Currier Ponlor'n, N. Y. C 0-U. 
Bettlck, Carl F., Kennywooil Park, Pittsburg, 

0-18. 
Rhondes ft Cnster, Keith ft Proctor's, N. Y. C, 

OIL ■, . 

Rliiolflna. The, ChnttBnoogn, Tenn.. 0-U; East 
Ijike Pari;, Blriiiliighain, Ala.. 13*18. 

Rlee ft Morris, (iodfroy's, Grand Rnplils, Mlcll., 
0-U. 

R [<-li » ids. Crent, Tumbling Dam, Park, Briilgelon, 
X. J. 0-U; Sea Isle City, 13-18. 

Ring Julie, ft Co., Kellh's, Pblln., 0-U. 

Rlalio Comedy Four. Majestic. Chicago, 0-U. 



Cincinnati, 

Viola- ft .Kngei, Fountain Park, Great Barrtaglon 

Ma**., 0-U. e,,- ■ 
Waller ft MogUl Lnlte Pontoosae Park, Ptttsfleld 

Mass., 0-11 ; Lake Nlpmuc, Oxbridge, 13*1$. 
Washer Bros., Star, Ilmmlbnl, Mn., it-ll. 
Wnrde. Chn*.. Manhattan, Norfolk, Va., 0-U. 
Wagner, May, Hollywood Purk, Hallo., fl-u. 
Winner. Oeorg", Lugouii Park, Portland, Ind., OIL 
Waldorf ft Meudez, Munro Purk, 'J'orouto, t'au 

0-11; Athletic Park. Bultnlo, 13-18. 
Wnldmnn, Edward, ft Co., Novelty, Oakland, Cal.. 

0-U. 
Waltoue ft Wlllson, Uopktna' Park, LouUvllle, 

Ky„ IS. 
Wiitrouscf, Mr. ft Mr*.. Forest Park, St. Louis, 

Wnll'Oiirn ft Whitney. Perth, Can., 13-18. 



0-U. 

Welsh. Ben, Rnmona. Grand Rapid*, Mich., 0-U. 
Westeott. Eva, ft Co., Lakeside Cnslno, Akrou 

O., U-tl. 
Wells. Lnr, East End Park, Memphis, Tenn., 

Wenton, Oreat, Fontaine Park, Loiilsvllle, St.. 

0-U. 
Weston, Al. H., ft Co.. Keith'*, Cleveland. 0-U. 
Westrn ft Roy,. Woodlyn Park,. Gloater, N. Y., 



Ridge. Mr. ft Wr*..A- T., Talaguesa Park Attte- Wel»li. Chn*. . ft. Jennie, Crvstal, Frmkfort. Ind 

Imro. .Ma»s.,.0-tt. <■-" 

Rlchanl*. Wonderland, Danville, III., C-ll. 
Rinnos 14), Keith's, Clevelaud, 0-U; Temple, 

Detroit. 13-1S. 
Rk-li. Jack ft .Bertha, Pnrk, Dayton, •>.. 0-U; 

Park, Akron. 13-18. 
RIcnarilBoii. Lavender, ft Co., Crystal Park, St. 

Joseph. Mo., (1-18. 
Rice ft Klmer; While City Park, Milwaukee. 12-18. 
Rlclmril Bros., Athletic Park. Buffalo. 0-U. 
Robyns. Mr. ft Mrs., BIJou. Dulutb. Minn., 0-U. 
RoJMMH (r>), Lleuder.sou'H, Coney Island, N. Y., 

0-U. . '- ',, 

Ross Sisters, Fliitiinn'a Pt., Toronto, Can., 0-U; 

I^ke Park., Kingston,- 13-18. .... 
Roaltlno ft Stevens, Lincoln Parti", New Bedford, 

Mass.. 0-11; Freehody Park, Newport, .R. 1., 

13-18. :■ ■.; . ,. 

Rosnlres, TIio, Lake Michigan Park, Mnskeeoa, 

Mieh.. O-U; Woiulerluiul, Mllwuukee, Wis., 

LT1S. ■.:. ■-f.t 
Rmlst'll,' Mandolin, Lyric Pnrk. Parsouti, Kan., 0- 

•11: LyrlePiirk. Muskogee, I. T., 13-18. 
Rogers, Aerial, anvernator's, Atlantic CltT, N. 

.1.. 0-11. 
Royce Bros., Pottslown, Pa., 0-U : Wlud Gap, 

13-18. 
KohlllnnI Sisters. Crystal. Frankfurt. lad., 0-U. 
Rogers ft I.nvlne, Oxford Luke, Annistao, Ala., 

o-is, 
Ronay Sisters, Keith'!*. Cleveland, fl-U. 
Ihtod-j, Mnrvelous. BUou. Lincoln, Neb.. 0-U. 
Howe, Mnry C O. 11., Ironwood, Mlcll., G-U. 
Ilockwoy ft Couway, BIJou, Sault Ste. Marie, 

Mich., 0- 18. 
Itoval M"tialeal Five, Henderson's, Coney Island, 

Riissc-Hh, Miisicol, White City, Ft. W'nrtb. Tei.. 
0-U; Carlsbad, Mineral Mills, 13-18. 



Wpnt 1 worth.ft.-.Ves1n. Park. Leilnston, Mass,, 0-U. 
Webb -ft Connelly. Vulley, SyrucuMj N. Y., 0-U. 
Weedon, Kernian,,, Lnna Park, Hartford, Conn.. 

Welch, .f-cuij- Rjcanl^, Johannesburg, S. A., 0- 
31 J. Moss Tour. Sept. 15-30. • . 

White. Ed:-B. ft Rolln, Rocky Springs, Lancaster, 
Pn., It-ll. 

Whipple, Wublo. Riverside Park. Bangor, Me., 0- 

Whjtejy ft; Bell, Steeplechase Pier, Atlnutlc City, 

WldkoiT, Baby Irmn, Spring Orove Park. Sprliig- 
field. O... 0-U; Breelwood Park, Marsvllle. 
tv.v.. 13-18. 
WIIfjou Bros., Forest Pnrk, St, Lmtl*. 0-U ; Oak 
. Snhtihlt Ttilt, Kviiiisvllle, lid., 13-18. 
Wilson ft Mae, KeRh's. N. Y. C, 0*11. 
Wilson. .Iim., Orphenm. St. Paul, Minn., fl-U. 
Winston, Juliet. Electric Park, Newark, N. J., 

fl-11. 
WllHi.ms ft Mayer. Majestic dilcago, fl-U. 
v.'iiiinmA.'Wr. BIJou. Norfolk. V«., C-ll.. 
Williams ft Pullman, Electric Poek, Bulto., 0-U; 

Brnndywlnc Spgs., Wilmington. Del., 18*18. 
Williams ft Walker's Glee Cluli, Proctor's 23d St., 

.N. Y. C, G-U'. 
Wrtrdette, Ksrelle. ft Co.. Keith**,, Boaton, 0-U. 
Russell ft Davis, McBeth Park, Lima. 0., 0-U: World ft Kluiwtolt. Ingersoll Purk. Des Molues, 

Reeves' Pnrk. Fttaiorln. 1218. tu... fl-11; Temple, Detroit. 13-18. 

Salvages (8j, Ingersoll Pork, Des Moines, la.. Wood, Francis, Limn Park, Pittsburg, Pa., 0-U; 

0-U. Abimeih Pork. Erie. 13-18. 

Sato, 0. K.,Mosa Tour, Eng„ 0-8ept. 30. WolOu'l Stallions, Sheeily's, Newiwrt, It, 

Saonn, Kelth'B. N. Y, C. U-ll. 0-11 



I , 



Jociiues, Allien. & jBnL, Slur, Monesnea, Pa., Millard Bros. (Bill ft Bob), Spring Grove Park, Sulv.nj^lss, The. Ingersoll Pnrk, Dea Moines, In., Ynckiny ft Bunnell, Puternon, N. ,L, 0-1 



0-1 1 

Jiick. Mr. ft MI'S., Four Mile Creek, Erie, Pa., fl- 
11. .,-.... 

Jauf*eii, llerr ft Co./ Rpck Springs. PArk, K. Liver- 
pool, O., Oil; Meyers Lake, CmiUm. 12-1S. 

Jes* ft Diydeii, Collins' Uiirilcn. Coliiiubns, 0., fl- 
11. 

Jerome, Fremont ft Jeroiue, Athletic Park, But* 
fi.lo, 0-U. 

Jennings ft Renfrew, Nuruinbego. Pnrk, Bnstou, 
0-U. 

Jeimre ft EllBwdrth, 0. BT., Pnasolc N. J.. 0-U. 

,Ioliusloiie, Mimical, Alhioubiu, London, Fug., U- 
Hetil. 8. ... , '. 

Johnston, Cbus.. Nornuihega Park, Boston, G-U. 

.lufitnn, Greht, Park. Ml. Ourniet. Pit., 0-U. 

,l'<rduii ft Harvey, Keltli'a, Plilla., (111. 

.1 inn's ft Itii wound, Crystal. Delrult, 0-U. 

Join's ft lllie. Sbeii'H. llllll'dln. 0-1 1. 

Kili-n.it/, J. I'., nrlulitou Bench. N. Y., 11-18. 

lu.rse.vs, Musleol, Pnrk. I^xtngU.n. Mass.. 0-U. 

KiiiH'iiiiin's Diving lkuw'S, Doiiiinloii Park, Mou* 
liviil, Can,,. 0-U. 

Kanfmnu Troupe, Fon-sl Park, Kniisiis Oily, Mo., 
fl-U; liigemdl Purk. iK-st Molues, In., 13-18. 

Kill-no's Piiiilomhue Co., Keith's, Plillu., 0-11; 
Keith's. N. Y, C, 13-18. 

Kiihio, rims, A Ada, Horny Pnrk, Allentown, 
Ph., till; Lake Nipmne, llxbrldge, Muss,, 13- 



Sli! 



iprlngtleid, O.. 0-U. 
ikel, Cora; Oinubn, 



0*11. 



Neb,, 0-U; Leavenworth, 



MI- 

1 
Mlllendilp Sisters, W'oodlynue Park, Camden. N. 

J., U-ll. 
Mills ft Morris, Ponce de I^oh, Atlanta, Ga., 0-U 
Morloas (4>, .Music Hall, Brighton Beach, N. Y., 

0-11. , 

Morton, Temple ft Morton, Keith's, Boaton, 0-U. 
MiKiuey ft IIoHh-Iii, Palace, I^Jiiilou, Kn«., 0*21. 
Morguu ft Crone, White City, WorceHtec, Mas*., 

ill 1. 



Snmlers. Don ft Rindeis, Crystal, Elkhart. Ind.. 

.0*11; Crystal. Goshen; 13*18. 
Solmon ft Cbester. Fa mil v. Bntte, Mont., fl-11 
Siiuuiiei-s, Chalk. Sheedy's, Newport. R. I . (Ml 
SehnlH'it QmtMte, G. O. n., Pittsburg, 0*11 
Scblrluirl, Anson, Crystal, Detroit, 0-U, 
Senrs ft Co., Riverside Pnrk, Montreal, Can., 0- Karnes, The, Atlantic Harden, N. Y, C, 0-U. 

U. * Knt-mw Trlij, Proctor's. Newark, N. J„ 0-U; 

Seymours, The. Crystal. Frankfort, Ind., 0-U. „ Keith's, Boston, 13-18. 
Seager. F.riiesl, BlJ-m. Norfolk. Vu., 0-11 Zlmniermtui, Al. ft Pearl. Crystal. Kokomo, Ind., 



Yersiis, Tlie. BIJou, Marinette, Wis., G-lt. 
Yenger. Eilward C, Alnlome, Chanule, Kan., 0-U. 
Yeoman, Ueorge, Novelty, Stockton, Cal., 0-U; 

Novelty, riciilllll. 13-18. 
Young ft Dcvole, Keith's, Phlla., fl-U; Keith's, 

N. Y. C. 13-18. 
Ynrke Comedy Four, Pastor's, N. Y, C, fl-U. 



Senet ft Aslunm-e, 'lll.lau. l.liilnlU. Mini... (ill. 



Moiitiigue's Cai-katoo Circus, Young's Pier, At- ? {, ' t ? n , * Di'ngle, Cniuhpie. Spokane, Wash.. C-18. 

luiitle City, It, .L. 0-18. . Selhhii. I.ailn, Vlelorin. N. Y. C, 0-U. 

Mologlrl, I .a, Hlcknrds' Tour. Aiistrolln. 



is, 



Mr. 



Keley. 

Oil. 
Koeiey Sisters, Olympic, Chicago. 0-11. 
Ken ion, Dorothy, Il-mlim'* Point, Toronto. Can., 

Oil. 
Keeiie, Lngtwn. Lmllnw, Ky., 0-11. 
Kellv ft Reno, Luke I'ontoosuc, PIHstleld, Mttas., 

0-11. 
Kelly ft Kelsy. Huhlwlnsvllle. Mass., 8-10. ' 
Kelh-y. Sum ft Ida, Undfmy's, tirniul Hnplils, 

Mleli.. II-IL ■'" ' 

Keiuu-dy ft Wllkens, HetiderHou's, Coney Istaud, 

GunUner Children (3). l.rltlanla on-theRuy. tit- Kenney'ft Vlrrlhmii. Chlneotni|iie Isliind. Vn., 0-U. Hfe MU "" 1 .* 
tuwn, <bit. iMl. „.__.,._, ,,. „,,. KI "K- Mr- * Mr* «««u, Atlnutlc Uardeii, N. Y. 0„ 'l)av. Ida. anil 

Klns-Ners, The, Cwllseiini. Cleveliind, OIL 
Kltn UlIiimI .Lips, Shea's. BiilTnlo, It-ll. 
Klnibull Bros., Paslor's. N. Y. C, fl-U. 
Kk-lsi. Muslciil. Park, Rockrord. 111., d-11; Snm 

Kbiiel Pnrk, Chlcugo. i;'.-18. 
KnloUerlHH'kei' Four, llendei son's, Coney Island 

N. Y., 0-U. 
Knetaijer. Lew,- Pantnges. Portland, Ore;, 0-18. 



Moslici-, Houghton ft Masher, Sheedy's, Newport, 
It. I.. 11-11. . V 

Morrison ft Berwick, Relay, Nohnnt. Mas*., fl-U. 

Morse. Bon, While City, Bbiglmmlun. N. Y., fl-U, 

Murpliy ft Htliiu, l-irb'H Cnslno. No. Beucb, N. Y.. 
(Ml: Xuiile.v'N Ciis-liin, So, llem-li, N. Y., i:t-lS. 

Miirphy ft Pulpier, Rockuwuy Bench.' .N. Y.. U-ll. 

Murphy ft Palmer. I'hner Pnrk. Itktn., fl-U. 

Murray, Clayton ft Drew, Jtockawny Beach N, Y., 
(Ml. 

Natkiiinl Trio, Collin*' Gardens, Colnpibus, 0., 0- 

KaVUMll Girls, Luna Pnrk, Washington, D. 0., 
0-18. 
ft Mrs. Alfred, Mnjestlo. Clitcngo, K,l [™» Ffllnl! - ? ' ***-» P«H Louisville. Ky., 0- 
Nelll & Ohnnmnii, Shea's, Riiffaio, fl-11. 
Newell ft Nllilo, Empire, Joliuiincsliurg, S. A., 

IT-Oat. 8. 

Nellson. May, Lnke Park, Kingston, Can.. fl-U. 
Nlre. Kit lie, Lukeniont Park, Alloonn. Pn„ fl-U. 
MrkeNims (31. While City, St. Paul. Minn., fl- 
11; White City. Dnhilh, 13-18. 
Norton,' Ned, Lyteuut, St. Joseph, Mo., 0-18. 
Norman, Bljnn, l'lipin, I)., (Ml. 
North. Hubby, Mason, Lis Angeles, Cal., 0-18. 
Nowlln. have, Keith's, Clevelaud. (Ml. 

Holly, Temple, Deirolt, Mteti., 



0-U; Crystal. I/iguusport. 13*18. 
Zhriineriimii Willy, Music Hall, Brighton Beach, 
N. Y., 0-11. . - 

Settle* (3), Lake Coiupouuce, South tugton. Conn K'"garelln. Mile., Athletic Pnrk, BnlTnlo, 13*18. 

0-U. . * Zlugarl Troii|K-. Kehh's. Boston. 0-U. 

Stoker. Wilkes ft Co., Grand. Hnmlltoii, O., 0-U KoutsHilakls, Electric Pnrk, loin, Kan., 0-U, 

Seeley, Muslciil, Purk, Rockluiid. Me,, fl-U. — ■■ : : — : 

Selhlnl ft lirovliil. Temple, Detroit, 0-11; SIien'B. 
itinTiib, i:;.is 



Buffalo. 13-18. 
Shields, Kiln, "Pnl„ Cnrllsle, Eng., fl-U; Hln 

Munctiester, 13-18, vn 

Shiivne. AL. Sclnicfer's Gnnten, Oolunilins, 0. 0* 

11; Phillips, Richmond, Ind., 13-18. 
SIihi-ii Bros., Music Hull, Brighton lleneli, N. Y„ 

Short ft Shorty. Wrortlnwn Pnrk, Latrobe, Pa., 

Slmitiionn (4), Steel Pier, Old Orchard. Me.. fl-U. 
Shannon ft Straw, Olympic, Chicago, fl-u. 
Sillier Four. Gnvemalor's, Alluutie Clly, N. J., 

Rhtdon Bros., Ocean Pier, Oreaii CRy, N. 3„ fl- 
11; SteephvJuise Pier. Atlnutlc City. 13-18. 
Sknllnelll, Klerlrlc Park, Newark. N. J., fl-U. 
Slnlcr ft Kllicii, Itliersldc Gardens, SL Joseph, 

8niltir& La Row, A. ft S., Boston. 0-18. 
Smith ft linker Pnrk, Ktmlrn, N. Y., fi-il 
Smith, Peter J.. White Clly, Chh'ngo, 0-18. 
Smith ft Shafer. HI ton, Norfolt;. Vn.. fl-U 
Sonsn. Mile., Hetidt rson's, Coney island, N. Y., 



ON THIS ROAD. 



Too 



fl-ll; 



George ft Harrington, Stratford, Conn. 

Altru Park. Albany. N. Y., 13-18. 
GelH'si, Gcrli'iide, Temple, Deirolt. ll-U. 
Ilernlil, Mnsleul. Idea. Fond du Lac, Wis., till; 

BIJou. Oslik.tn.il, 13-IH, - 
Allien, Tom, Renwlrk Park, Ithuen, N..Y.. (I-U. 
Glrartl ft Onrdni-r. Keith 1 *, Cleveland, 0-IL 
Olhiioro ft CurrolL Alrdoiue. Mubcrly. Mo., 13-18. 
Cllkev i;Uiel, Pern, hid., ,0-11: FreeiiOrt, 13-18. 
Gotlliib, Mr. ft M».. Lyric Park. Jnplln, Mo., ti- 
ll; Orplieuni Park. Webb Clly, Ll-18. 
Ooldln-Riisslnii Troupe, St. Lmils. IMS. 
Onriiiiit ft Chio'dii. Caseaile Purk. Newcastle, Pn., 

Oil. 
Honlnn, Don ft Mae, Fnlrvlew Pnrk. Dayton, 0., 

13-18. 
dolilsiolili ft llnppe. Hone Lnke, Wonimneket, It. 

L. fl-11 ! Newport. 13-18, 
(ionium ft FrnucK A. ft S., Boston. 0-11. 
Guillen ft Hughes. Hippodrome. Ocean City, N. 

J.. 0*11: Klectrlc I'nrk, Brldgetou. 13-18. 
Grais-wln ft Chanee, Music Hull. Brighton Iteai'b, 

X. Y„ ll-U. 
Oregorvs U\, Pastor'*, N. Y. C fl-U. 
Orniil. Mell. Acme. Norfolk. Vs., fl-U. 
Orny's Marionettes, Park. E. llroiikllehl, Ms*s„ 

ortiSH. Wm.. Al Fre«c<- Park. Pearln. III., n 18. 
GrnJei'. Mnrfuret, Fnlrvlew Park, Day too. 0„ 

OIL 
Gray ft Or-tlinm, Acme. Pittsburg. fl-U; Star. 

Olevelpnd. 13-18. ' 
Giw'a Minstrels. White City, Woiwater, Mass.. 

Haltotf A Fifller. Nohiml»g* Park.' Boston, ft-lk. 
Hammond, Mr. ft Mrs. Cbas. D., Rlvttsldo Park, 



'V:;; 



(.'Day. Bin, Cliiilos, . Snn Frnn., Cut., 0-U; Or- 
phenm. Ms Angeles, 13-18, 
Odell ft Ktnley, Cook's Pnrk, Evansvllle, Iml., 0* 

11 ; Chester Park, Cincinnati, 13-18. 
Ogilen. Helen. While Clly. Milwaukee, Wis.. fl-U. 
Onrl, Adete Purvis, Lnkemunt Park, Altoona, 

Pa., flit. 
tVNelll's Majestic Minstrels, Atlantic City, N. ,L, 

OIL 
Otivlrti Troupe, Mnlestle, Chicago, 13-18. 
Onlwny, I.mlrn, AlliiitllL' Garden. N. V. C, 0-U. 
Osborn. HctTl. Proctor's, Newark. N, J.. 0-U. 
O'Toole. Jack, Bijou, Dulutb; Minn., OIL - 
Kresko ft Groves. Chester Park, Cinelnuitl. 6-11. OlaW Fnnilly, IIIMM Park, llmud ItapldB. 

Mich., 0-U; Lake Michigan Park, Muskegon, 

13-18, 
Or-nvs, The. Riverside Park, Montreal. Can., 0-U; 

Lake Klpmite, Oxbridge, Mass,. 13-18. 
Parker, Wittier J.; Manhattan, Norfolk, Vn., 0-11. 
Pantfer, Linn, Solnner Park. Montreal, Can., 0*11. 
Pnlftrey ft Hneller Forest Pork, St. Unls, |t*u. 
Patill ft Wells, Electric Pnrk, Newark. N. J., 

Oil. 
Patty Bros., Rnmona. Grand Rapids. Mich., 0-U; 

Fontaine Ferry Park, l«inlsvlile, Ky., 13*18. 
Pero ft Wttsun, Olympic, Chicago. fl-U. 
Peltetler, Horn. Henderson's, Coney Island, N. Y., 

0-U. 
rinnrd ft White/, SteepleeTiase Pier, Atlantic 

City, N. J., fl-11. 
Piccolo Midgets, Keith's, .Phllr... 18-1$. 
Plillllpv. Mundane. Alrdome, Cnlnul-*. Kan., fl-U 
PhllUi' " 
Plene 
Ploard 

City. N. J., on 



Supiilemcnlnl MMt — Received 
litttv tor CliiHNllU'iitlou. 

BonhPiir tint*.' Show-— Atkluwin, Nehr., 7, O'Neill 
8. rawing 1i, Nellgb 10, Oakdnlo 11, Elgin 13. 

Culhiine, Chose ft Weslon's Minstrels (Wm. II. 
Cluisc. iugr.1— Cnmden, Me., 10, Belfast 17, 
Stoiilngtou 18. 

Coolcy ft Hagan's Floating Tlieatre — Bath, 111., 
10. Huvauu 11, Kingston 12. Pekln 13, Chttll* 
eothe l-l. Lneon If., Henry id. 

Griiliiime Coinedy— Ciinal Dover, O., fl-U, Green- 
ville, Pa., 13-19. 

limit's Sliver Plale Show— Con looeook, N. IL, 0. 
Heiiulker 10, Illllshoro Bridge 11, .Antrim 13, 
I lentil union 14. ■ 

Jackson Bros.' Show* (3. B. Swoffonl, mgr.)— 
Hnldwliihvltlo, Muss., 0-11, Gardner 13-18. 

"Lights or Gotham," Northern '{Dan Steele, mgr.) 

—Clayton. N. Y.. io, AJnandria Bay 17, 

There** 18. 
Raw*. Frnuk— Turilc Lake, Wis.. 0-U. Osceola 

—Berlin 




....rll* ft Basse. Park, Allentown, Pu., OIL 

l.i Clair ft Weft, Sluulyslde Park, Balto., 0-U; 
Occnn Pier. Sen lib* tilty. N.' J.. 13-18. 

I.a BlaiicbP. Paragon Pnrk. Boston, ll-U, 

La Monl-Lafayeite TnnijK', Idorn Pnrk, Youngs- 
town. I).. OIL 

La Note Bros., Sabatbn Park, Taunton. Mass., 
ll-U. 

Lancaster. Tntu, Steeplechase Pnrk. nHdgeport. 
bmiU, nil; Savin Hock, West Haven, lS-18. 

Lntell. Kd., Shea's, Butfalo, fl-U; Morrison's, 
Roekftway lleneli, N. Y., 13-18. ' ' 

LaiiH'iint ft Paillette. Orplilnln, Miinsflehl. 0., fl- 
11 : Phillips. Richmond, Ind.. 13-18. ■ ■•■ 

Lambert ft Williams, Hanover Pnrk. MerLlen, 
(Nrtui,, nit; l.akevlew Park, Mlililtetown. 13- 
IH. 

La Vine. Ed.. Forest Park, St. LmiIv 13-18. 

I.iiwreui"*. AL. Keith's. Cl*relrind, 0-U. "-'"■• 

l.i, Clear ft Bowen, Wonderland, Revere Beach, 
Mas*',, fl-18.'- 

La Molr, Atlantic Garden, N. V. 0., 0-U, 



Sterling, Sydney, ft Co., Mo, fettle, Clllcngo. 0-U. 
Stevens, Fdwln. l , ni"|or*s l»:!d St., N. Y C U-ll 
SteTcns, Kiltie, Electric Pnrk, Alhnny, N. \,\ 

Stark, Bnby Table, Fun Lnke. Ft. Seott, Kan., 

Slltismi, ft Qo.lri!nn Twins. Crystal, Elkhnrt, Iml., 

Sliinrt* Arthur, ft Keeley Slstora, Olrmpte. Chi- 
cago, OIL 
Slnntey ft Leoiinrd, Proctor's KM St., N. V. C. 

Steln-Kretto Trio, Temple, Detroit, 0-U* Mo- 
lentli-, Chimp., WIS. 

Stanley ft Alleen. Crystal. Lugnnsport, Ind.. fl- 
ll! Crystal. Frankfort. 13-18. 

Stanley ft Le Hoy, Crystal, El wood, Iml.. fl-11 • 
Mnrlnn. 13-18. ' 

3l V?V ^.^."Wv Sl-elltwt Park, Wilmington, 
Del., fl-11: I'nrk. Rrnnilyvvlne. 13*18. 

St. l^on ft McCiisick. Alenenr. Denver.Col. (MS 

St. Elmo. Leo, Lnke Ponlnosuc. Pltt*0eld. Mass.. 
.°- . 1 ; t „.l 0, i l , ltnl . , lJ:. '-.7' «'• .B a trlngt«n, 13-18. 



-Elk ton. 
.. 1.J-IH. , . 

West's, w, I!., Mliislrela <Snnfon1 B. Rlcknhy. 
nnir.)— Liidliisloti, .Mich., 0, Manistee 7, Tra- 
verse City 8, Pelosltey II, Sault Ste. Marie 1». 
Mnnpiette 11, Cnluniet 13, Hancock 14, Isli- 
ivmlni.' in, ARblntid, Win., HI, Dululli, Minn., 
17, 18. ..... 

' -— '■ — -> ■» 
DISTRICT OP COLLMU1A. 



AVa s h hiirt on.— The Academy of Mnslc 
(J. w. Lyons, inannger) openB Itn reipilnr 
Ren«ou Ati{r. fl, with "The Convict's Dnugti- 
ler.* 

Luna Park (fieorgo E. 0111. mnnogerL-— 
TBI* week, the Nnvangnr Iifldy OrfuSHtn nnd 
the Great AUmn. Lnnt week Hnvelln'B Rand 
onu Alhnn nttrneted fnrge rrnwiln. 

Oi.*s Kcnn Punt IL. D. Shttw, mnnnger). 
— litis mngnlflceut report, nltliotigli not icndy 
for Ki-nnrt opening. oltrnetB big tttteidaJioe. 

Chehapeakk iifurif.— HtUflfi Rtiod nnd a 



St. Julian, M.. Berkshire Pnrk. Pittttieid nini l!0Rt ot °"-*- tlf1 '' artniaeraeiltq flrnw well. 

fl-ll : Wlnsted. Ooi.n. r i:ms. " 8BS " Cmisvy Chahr Lakh I'auk (Herbert Claude. 

s. K. R.. ft Co.. Keltlis. N. Y. C. fl-ll.. 9, ;i olin . f.'*,5 e 5H*' Pom 3HI -' °"*k Park. Erie, innnager).-— The nlfflillv concert hv the IL S. 

ft Miliee. Eiiiplre TOur. Eng.. O-Sept. SO. n «?"^ n ...',V I " 1 -""-, •irk. Auhnhi. N. Y., -IS- is. Murine Banil linn large crowd". 

ft White. StSeeplechMo Pier, Atlantic Sully A Pbllpa, Oak Qrove Park, Snyre, Pi., o* Majnbtic.— The DuDdy JJUte Mlnotreli 



Colored) week o> 



August 11. 



IMt^na Mi 



*HB2 &mw YOllE OL±pJ>«B. 



$5 



lit 'qjtfftcie 'to nyoid m|iitn^«i nod to 
litWlfl^ttal l»rt»nii;i detlyerr ^ «; lift 

letter* ndvfrHiril In fhln llxf, nil 
envelope iiliilnly nddroNnrd mnst be 
i*r nt tot enub letter, mid. a treltleq 
•ifdcr tor the let t i;V, sLKlteil " ivIOi the 

fait mum- arid adfJr.csn noil (lie. luSV 
' fit 'huftineah' followed irj ■ tito A<-nd./r, 
must iiImii bo enclosed. 



tiler* HBut Cor were nil vcrtUcil 



Kennedy A 

:,''V WUtens 
Kennedy, 'ttrny 
Kelly *• Kersey 
King, Karl 
Kalis, Knieit 
Kminp Kj:0. 
Levuif- Joe." 

Lmvernnce lits.K 



IS 



bAIJlES* t>I,ST. 

Hyde, Marion 
i [owned Georgli 
ilnnter, €orn 
lioiloek. Vlo|ot 

I.'* Hh>c*H"i>rt)i, 
Mvi lie a. Mntui 

(Mwitd. fiUBlC; 

Uriwitiorm*,'' 
; " ■ D« virtu 
llnibawny Alice 
ffotl sisters 
[.'.oiiMon. "." 

Mrs. Bcattle 
ir..it. Virginia, 
Hopkins, Hat tic 
fAineock Mrs. 

J I Jill, M.i M. I 
Ilk Mer, holle 
Fnnsun ANelson 
Hess, .(Sraee 
Jirbeuu Mtnnlc 
Ji-fiiiette Lllllnii 

.ToliCK, M ii I 

ii nn> Mrs.ninit 
Klein, Lillian 

kri.'V-, . IMl'.l 

King, Z(tlD,J{0l 
lu.Uftlo Edith : 

KiagNiii Sfiktwe 

[\er.nedy, Belle 
jtclMgg, Berlba 
fveeley, . Edna 
kiin l^nt. Annie 
Llfflpflcld Bniimi 
teilne, pora - 
Lee,' -Mr*. B. 
iir.-iter, Ella ■ 
Levitt, Mm.. J,, 
J'.uftlnuch Hnrie 



ntnn- 



Isfitf 



a»fft 



Anderson Pay 
Arnold, Florine 
Adeline, Laura 

IftAwMns; eloni 
Hurteu.'Roy 
iWti'ner, Marie 
urndley r Mfiltle 
Bradford union 
linker .Mrs. John 
Ittivanl. Ine* ; 
Bradford, ; Maud 
RdoMttti' way 
llurint, AUle 
lief tram. MlssA 
di-eliany, Loutte 
fi^Oiard Mlssit 
Bro*rf MIskF.K, 
DCwtti Nora* 
Belmont, 'IIM. 
Unker,-' Fannie 
K.iker. tfdytee 
Jki-He, Edna'-' 
Paxer, -Ms.tle.0. 
-Conner. Helen 
Ouultenger Bee* 
Carney, Pottle, 
Collins Marie B. 
Crandsll, Lolaf 
(.'.■ok Gertie May 
Catlin. Winifred 
Cameron, GrSfce 
Cta'rkV Mabel 
Ciirber. Nellie 
Ctiupfrihri -Nellie 
Crawford, Bona 
Chick.' ■Lillian' 1 
Curl Mrs lilllni 
Cliuse.'ljotta '■ ,_.__ 
CKRJr.t Hayes ta'.TOtir Slaters 



Cole, Dolllne 
Caraownlej ■'" 

•.:, . •■'.. LUBlM 
■ppune, Laura J. 
Dirpree. .Teariltet 
Pe Mllle. ' •■■■ 

Mrt: Wm. c. 
Petty, Ufntl 
E>»iylon, Cryhn 
Parley Mre.T.A. 
Ptaper, Vern'a " 
D'ltry,' .■■-' ■ 

Marjolalne 
Davis, Laura '■ 
iJ.mnelly Mrii.Jll 
Prrnell KtlUb M 
DwJsM. MrK-' 
Diiprc-e. I^fla 
RvnnB-Mra.K.C. 

KiiprtB, winy 
Hnrie: Rittiy 
rulton, Mrv. 

Lllltiin 
FrunclH, Grace 
CPlilon LolltH 
Gill, Sarnh — 

'■ :,■ -I-'ir, fi n :■■(■■ 

tilraril, Helen . 
UoAon Missn. 

(Itapiapl/ Rtwle 
"Germm 

Roae." TlM! 
Gill. Sadie 
Gray,. Maxie 



Teflle, K'.Ra 

Ijor«Joy, 

. - 'Amelia M. 

limy Mrn.M.L'. 

jl-ifnin, Heleti : 

Lutlirop, -Pot : 

Jiemido^TiitrlBt:! 

I'.Mlftett Mr*.' K. 

MeKamee;- 

Mr«. .Tnlin 
Myers, Mm.ll.N 
Killer. Kittle A. 
May, Mm. Krt. 
^tilrke Porotliy 
Mnriyne',' Stand 
MUdden. Mjrfj* 
Loiid,- Hay 
HiOnret l«ul»e 
Mdrhi.fr,' Mt's-:Jnn 
MgKtirt, Kva : 
Melton Twin 

Ulotcre 
Mooro FlorencB 
Mmisln, LUH'lu' 
.\l:i:sdi'li, Millie 
Mojn, -MrcToin 
Kit*.'- Kfnlly ' 
N'ji.llne, Mile': 
MtIiih; Aniniliel 
NtelinlH N'rille V 
O'HHeli, Mh» K 
ttlcott, "Vein 
I'tlee, Bentrlce 
I'Juu'kett ■ Blanch 
I'iiJrhcr.: . N^XUe 



I'nul. Myrtle 
t'ltlmer, Ines 
CTHtiH. Madam 

Ktnli Rose 
Rlcbarda, 

■ 'Mrs. M. A. 
Ktippelt, '• . 

• MN. Kmml 
rtlo, Violet 
Italelgh, Jean T. 
Jtj-ntl, Mn. K<l, 
Kulk, Kitie 
knclie Helen M, 
hfRer», Llulc 
iii|iley, Moircle 
Ueuta,' y\n. Ril. 
Siiii'tli Florence 
Sutton, . 

- Mm. Harry 
: nlldo Mlle.Znhi 
eYvwftrttt Queen, 
""lurr; FritnctBp 
Stntlrt, May 
^nxon,- I'RTdlnc 
.si initio. i Lavine 
W. Clair lioulw 
sn-Jid, Nettle 
flteele, CUra 
Sfnnlan, Jt-NSle 
Snilnr, May 
.Sully Mth. Lew 
Smit. Bessie 
?cott, Carrie M. 
Trixeda. MIsh 
•VHvn, Mra. N. 
Thompson, 

Alra. 0. II. 
Ihemnsrfb, -■ . 

Mffl. Minnie 



Turtle*. Pearl B 
TiuiEiiny, Eva 
TIwjiiib^, En ft 
Tlielnia, Baby 
Vernon.- little 
Vertle, Ni'lfle 
Wriyhc, Prancla 
Williams... Nellie 
WuddWanl,- • 

Polllc C. 
Wnlworlh. 

■■ - lllanrlie 
While, Rolla B. 
WSt* Kittle 
Webb, Sojilile 
Wnlt, Emlite 
Wheeler,' Floss 
\yhcelei*. 

'V Henrietta 
Wood, Kusenla 
Wliltesldek, 

B > Miss K. 
W*nvs, Mra: 0.' 
Wen, Madeline 
Walker' ■', 

Mm. FenF. 
Wiilkef, ' ' 

■■■ 'Mrs. Fannlq 
Wallace Do'rot hy 
U'ukeAetuV. 

■Mw.'W|lln II. 
Wrothe. Mrs. ! 
W«KKl»; Dorothy 
W'eiifnti, Carrie 
Vdiingriioycr. 

Flora 



■■■a^wTiiKMEnr's': list, 

Asliton, Arliiir tir'ioll, J. V. "Great OauMf 
Allison- Mr'; AMra QttMff 1 Frank 15 
AJ.v.Jho,. Otto' 



Ainasln. John 
Atluntt 1 I '■•■ 

City nan 
Arthur, Cunst. 
Allen, Sebrl & 

■,,., violet 

ltroeka .•..'.■ii 

■'.■ ■■ Hamilton L, 
Erowrt/ tester 
Bfock, H.-I; ' 
prowii & Nevaro 
Byron & 

- r..v Langdon 
Darren, Pansy! 
Hrown. Cliatt: B 
Iifiiley, Cliff *r 
Bellqlatre; Bent, 
Prlgga,' LariK'tJ. 
Bristol PiofWm 
liiooki, 1 Jbwpti 
KVen,u*nH,i'Mu8. 

B«n«J»; w. 

K*ek#ltlt." Billy 
Biiiney-ft t . 

i . . Chipmnu 
Iturt. Frank- -■• 
Been(er. Wii-S. 
Benac'a. NoV- 

'■ eity" Tlieatre 
Lt-Iman ,ft Moori 
IJUU. FoBlcr 
Btafly. Paul 
B.Kiolfl. iG.i 
Brenana, Music. 
Bon hear Bros. 
FhllaB,' Geo.. 
Bennett. F/ank 
Brady * ' v. ■ 
•* ■■Hamilton 
Baxter, ■'EA. 

,V(yOU" ■■'■. !■' Inn i 

Pluck 1 . Amns, Co. 
Will j. 
Booth. Clnrenue 
Browor, -Wnlfft 
ii".-t'.'.v M-n-t.r). 
Boyer, Wlllts' 
Butler, Tom 
Brlndaniore GW 
Bottomley JosW 
Barron, Geo. • ■ 
Ikmavlta OaptJ. 
fkjM«nh< Olai»ie 
Boyd, Robt. O. 
Burton, A) 
MritoU/ Ted 
Bnurp, Wlllte 
Baker, Dr. J. 
Cl.nee.'CUas. W. 
Columbian Five 
Curzon, Job. W;" 
Curtis, Ned 
Ctiltoas, The - 
('IcrmeFrtosi The 
Glurk Billy . 

- (anil Florelt) 
Clemenu, ■ 

, ■ Eddie I.. 
Ci>hn, Willielm 
"CllVetltS" — • 
Grlnimlda & 

Gore 
Cunningham & - 
. ' ' ' ■ " Xonl 
Cafih. Georce K< 
Oa'rr.*A,t1tin.- 
Pe Boiiniil'vLI', 
Connttor Atfrftt 
Oat Br<w. fflfflea 
(Mb BKo.4 Circus 
Cm-roli. Si*' ' ' 
C«.h t Grant 
Ctiltpn. Hm n, 
Cameron. N. B. 
Curhman ' 4 '■ ! 

• St. Clair 

Clark,, - r '- 

IBirry (2c.) 

Curtis, Wnlter 

&91tt 



Clurk, Dniicaii 
Pto, l^arry 
PQalafa ClnitW 

Dfif&j Tom Wi 

De.Onio, Albert 

R O*o. & Lihhy 
piidipyt Mr. . - 

!(.-)iiinrt ftetf!o) 
LlerarkotaH, The 
ponaldhon. 

Prof. C. A 
Dorhln, Will H 
Del Fontlanri. 
:■*• ' "Major 

Delphlno fc" 

Pelmora 
DoiinldFioii- it 
V- Itntfleld Mln.l 
D-iik)vuii Jafi. B. 
Udv^sou Taylor 
">ea\efc, W. R. 
injite'; 



Deav 

Duni 

iniiv; 



;''p. a. 



PC Forests The 
Du-\enport 

■ Warren Co. 
Pnvis i- AValker 
Ik WIHTi J- H. 
iMi Wlaa. Daui 
lifiils' Joliu W. 
Dayton, 1 Frank 

ulriiui, Aitlmv 
_>nncurt, HarrrA 
PeWnj 'ThrJ(Mni- 
DavlH, Fred- ■ 
P|iv|^ Arthur 
Uiinosluip; J,W, 
Drnflc Grant ' 
Dvlltoy. II- ■!• 
pickeraon JnoA 
Dl'soii, Tliem'i " 

*'i;t .'.in, Cllttt 

Di'Vere ftDoVjen 
(tiiQlii-Redkny 

Troupe 

!mfHn. Herlxirt 
Dimolclll Fletro 

I ,.Ll I \V|! ^ll 

Ever*. G«*>. WJ 
Boilit?. CIiiih. L. 
KuwopIh 'Jolln— ' 
(Hawaiian. Bhdl 
Eld'rld; Oortlon 

Early. Mr. 

Rprly, J.' R. 
Filman. llarry 
Frtr>rlons, Tm 

Ewihb; h; m. 

Rptey. F.riH>stH. 
Eieretts,' Four 
Fettling. Gno. 
Folton Jn '■ H. 
lVdwm, Frank: 
trffgunia Harry 
IiVnhergi WHHb 
Fvrrell. Alb. O. 
Felttis, II. M. 
l'iitblo, Adonis 
£'!eteher tieo. .L 
FrR-ke. William ' 
reTdman. llflrrV 
Fcntlnelle. Myst 
Fredericks* 

Family John 
•fry, Henry " 
Flootl, WVyA. 
Fay:- F4die 
rroBinl, F-.'G. 
fffclWi r, Harry ' 
Frartkllii 'Civile 
Frl.iueti ■.Idle*'' 
i-r.y; -M"rrv - 
Fhufe. .'JdlM 
FbUr^.Bhk; 
Fox.f'Wlll'fl; 
UraMU Itbbert 
'3&rllcl). Clins: 
.JosKPHi. Wnlte. 
tlnrdotiftOllucri 
Green Broa! 



Onirf 

> Buidy, <2c.) ( L*ejer. RiQPaV 
Col*4u,r»»ill ,u. tJetier, E. E.. 
Clmke, D!ck ' U;«.ri1on', Paul 
Castro .Tcis. F, Orecne. «eo. II, 
Cm-per ft Clarke Gray, Jullf.nr 
Carroll, Paul A-Gnrneld Onaa: G 
Cl'ntnbera Howd Cimrley.' Andy 
Cirtt(t"*-"Airi(ni* nsinefeer 1 . JhU ' 
Cvo. 'Win. ■ UlVfi'FVtv}:- 
Cuntiinfli.im. | ■ , (coniHlsti 
■ •'■'npo; W, ('mirier: Ke^hnt 
OarpenteffEv ■*>■■ ■ "ft Cwirlt«v 
Citoey, BcrnnJ Ureeu, Arth. N. 



Co., The" 
Glllla, R. i. 
Coulon, Georicc 
GlrluclL CIih.4. 
Gnlllmnic Arlh. 
(luhrlel, Mauler 
Allien, iviv.-vir-i 
GlUeMc Glias. 
Greex. Ma^oit 
(;rllihon. Hfirfy 
(ienaro A Bailey 
Gel^'er-A 'W-aUef 
I'reeue, Cliatt. N. 
Gllnsereili Ciias 
Giinserettl Alt. 
Harper, Harry 
Harilty Jno. J. 
Ucyinaii, ; .'ii:.-i. 
lfarrls. Cljas. K 
Keller A 
; ' Olndlns 
I'lrr.ltert Win F. 
Huyey, Tohilhy 
Hamllns, t>4hc." 
Herbert; Bert 
Hhmllton, 
H Cfll. Geo. H. 
Hi.sto:i. Arthur' 
Herbert W-'Omer 
Hays.- A. ■ F. ' 
Hniison. John T, 
Hallcr. S-: C. 
Hayes Hu'rveyD. 
■learn, Tom 

EmJv- 

lli;mtliig, .lolm 
IJhimllns. Ttie- 
Hamilton -v ' 

Wiley 
jtowrud A,..'.'. .' 

. " ' Cameron 
Henderson, IWI1 
HjiiiEniOC BlOW 

Hayes, ttl. 

Htljes, George 
ill till in ouch Clias 
Uilton, Wm. 
HaaWfiU Muurlc 
Harrington. Em 
lik-Hey'v Jack ' 
Hjuutlng, i,"Mi.- 
"{1K(*Iiih 'iiioruas 
.lerBert. Fred T. 
Uu1)r Franklj'ii 
Uiirt. Joint C 
Ht'dden AiljertG 
t-IoIirieH; " II iii>- 
» ■#*.' Fraoela 
IIurriganA GUC4 
Ilebert. W.Ome: 
HnthhrevB ThOT. 
Harlaflrt A ' 

Rolllson 
Ucuiieber^. ■. 

"Henry 
ffowley, I/rw W' 
HarrlH, Geo A - 
' ■ ii Babe 
Heiutcmaon.- S.C. 
Hart. Hilly ■ 
Hurffs*ea. The 
"Hidiaii John" 
UhmHC Prlneel*. 
ftivoIdBby, Ctnis. 
.Tne^Bors. Three 
Idlinsoni D,ire, " 
(.JltilS.'JtlcRltiiir 
leahe, K/ r (anU: 
'EllUoilh)" 
[ohnsoil ArKing 

fo>iku< IlarrV- 
lol.-JaWn. K'fe 
lAvV^ia; , C.-'T.' i 
l«ulNnt'< ' ■ 

•■■■■. EIla«'ortti 
lollllHOU, IlAl '; 

tSEB? ArnTdr 




LellclL.Ti 
U liaTre 

.nfuyelfc 

.uvanlbii, Tom 
Lontk-jut,' Four,.- 
lendon Lawreiiu 
Le Bjajea Great 

l.m.!liltw-. GtV-M. 

Liimbert, HhI w 
r.awreiice wm.B 
I. ii«, Alei. Jr. 
Lntunu, F;A Jeu 
l*\lne Ae Alnla 

l^lttO; pJL L. 

Inlnl, J. Major 
I* Roy, J. V. 
Liiven, Carroll 
Laurence." Al. 

LiHK'astPri Tom 
LCitIiji, Edgar 
Lynrh, Joint W. 
La.Khc, K. S: 
l>Br*ndt, .Ion. 
U-wla, Jameslt. 
Lit Veen aVOroBa 
l..i>ier,- Alfred 
La Vard, 'Wm: • 
Laccy, Wm. M 
l,ei-iih> ,tc Hart 
"Lucky Bill's 

dhowa" 
1. n roses, Fred 
Lindsay Kicii.i". 
Lnrfte AAdwis 
Lund, Mase 1 
Lujid. lU'Jlna 
l*onard.- JohnX 
bam D. -if. 
l^iiudo, ' Ben 
Lewis, E.P. 
Latoy, J •:■■■. 11 
lA<eg{t1e, John ' 
Mmlell ACorbley 
Nmiih.Is.-1Io, Al 
MntlbewH A' 

ilarrla 
Mprrli. l. B. U 
SItrnroe Fredrick 
Mifilkif, Jns.' B. 
Mtilphy A 

Ahdrewo 
MeKvpra, . 
McRnroo A 

La Porte 
Markey ft Crol: 
Murkan. W. V. 
UiMtmrmch 
Dr. n. j, 

MtCormlck O.H 
Mitchell. 1 Wpi. 
Mi-Cmtn. Arclile 
MnltcHQii .UfbM 
Motion, Fretl W 
Mela,' Adam 
Jiorrlu AKramer 
McCaffrey' Jim- 
Meeker, Walter 
Murphy Mr. , 
■ (A-Wlllari) 
Martyne Art. J*. 
Marlon A Pearl 
Midler. W. E. ; ' 
Mwt. Chas. J. 
Miirriaon,- J,- J. 
Mtmre, Trite 
Mtm«, Joe- 1 
MclCeiina." Thos, 
Martin, Frank 
McDonald, M|ke 
Morlo A 'Aldr> 
Muckle A Mack 
Moore G. 'Austin 
Marron, Jhb. F 
Mjers."T.* P. 
McGloln ft ' 

Smith 
Miacagno, . ■ 

' - ' Sepaso 
Magulrc fc.-.-i 
Bennett 



iWW tSw^lteaiKim^ 



ATudell A 
„-'-' ;w Cwbley 
Jlerrlck Tlmma« 
UC-l>lwH«k, vjeo. 
Mnnanh j jftpk 
•Mutiny; Dun 
.Mathews .Mr. 

llaftaft SlxOt. 
"MvFhdrfpn** 

Wnw" liter. I 
Unlaw, tie... U 
Mllcbef*. 

'■HA Llllle 
MutlheiVs 5-™- 
■. '■ Allttey 
Munnlng, Dob 
MttM n. A. 
S.vhols. Jqu. K, 
Kul::n. Bobliy 

ftnnuUi uetuiy 



SiiiniiHTH (lerllft 
£!riW*, Janieu 
Hlmnnon, H. 
Miwatta, Fntl 
iMTOKtie, B<1. 
Siiinum. I", j. 
efrblih. Tommy 



Wn 



Jit-ro, Prof. 

>«len, Htirry 
NeiPon, Waller 
Kottmff, Irvin-j' 
.N'i'Ikoh fc FrPliett 
Mlrbe, Ed. 
m&m Pram w 

Aewgeritr, U. . 
.Newurtin.. Blily 
ruDRjtfiL .Tom 
"Old Glotltt-d 

'■' Slau" Cp 
O.-iKJilielincr .In; 
trill extir Trio 
twrh lienrv 
Drr, Charles H. 
P1WB, li; V. 
GlH*l, Jlenry 
oVennf 'i'rlo 
relers, lo'uls 
Pivhlanl. -■ 

Pnlfsjemn 
Parker, Archie 
Peitlaoii, Oiibeft 
WrU/m Robt, 

i'l.tlrli-t- ILivf 



iSillprk, Dave 
I'arker, Nelson 
Purls. Lionel. 
Porter, Clilck 
pulton, tj, L. 
PIUHTd. Al. 
Pripjlell Herbt. 
Pntrll A 

Reynolds 
Ilntton, utlverC 
J'.iiJ-.t, Bert 
PJ-Jji-ll, Sain 
ITIest,' F. C, 
■li'ripH. Ecene 
'errin, Oscar 
Mniird. Al, 
'.hi*. Dick 
blimps. ' Lenitd 
:'ntlen A. Wrrj 
■•ntliii. GetV. 
Jiilint & Mflek 

JllilMI, I'ltlli 

Guliilan. nan 
BH, Atlolph ' 

ll'-ides. Great 
Hhodea William 
ftestorir, Henry 
Itoland, Jack 
Rot*, Bert. 
Hn«1yn. Fred A 
ffinav Kd; 
Hidd'ins WllllHfn 
IH'lily; Thou. F. 
ItthtmHer .IphnW 
ItiifrK, "n." J. F. 
JUice. J. 

Entllo. 
Fre<l 

_ s ^rtlcal 

ffiSHtb. rli 

lleaer*. Will 

l(.-.)i|.-"vs. Francl: 



>x'hrotle.. Jidin 
BfcelK, WanVTii; 

MftKiii, H. A. 

jggk PstilJA. 

^>meni, Curl N. 
ttuuel, D. 
Wlff. Art. L. 
frllwrj*. IMw.F. 

C'"i |.!-l I I. 



Swuhi A Ponrers 
iinfth. W: O. 
Slniusuu, Mna. 
b-HlljTkn. 4a£to. 
Steward- A f 
, Rajntoinl 

BroMd. AL p; 
Murnin. a m. 
Millld Clins. H. 
fhulley, Lew . 
Siniobs, R. M. 
Bulnion, Fred 
ShawV. J. J«y 
fihtrwood. Wnlt, 
Vuivcls, Fr.nl 
ifjngfr, Ferd 
mileltls, Frank 

Wt» *L4i Do 

Kline A Evans 



iliVrlo.jEj 
Kiuelinm,- 
IteedK. Mi 
Rltune, (Ii 
Ut-ftera, U 
Iloil^e'rs l< 
noserB. Horry 
kvan, Harry H 
Reno, tleo. P. 



leas. The- 
bitwry Harry L. 
Tirnehy, John 
'I'npley, G. II. 
Tumer. Frank .1 
Trainor, VbL • 
IVrrltr Frank E 
T<i.i>, Musical 
Terlmne, Paul. 
Tralnor & Oalt* 
Turner, HnrryB 
Ti-ovnllloi), F. 
Tityktr, B. F. 
Terry. Walter 
Tuptev Groen II. 

fl V ^Lender) 
Tessler, WM.'' 
Thomas, P. "A. 
Tiller, Frank 
VnnDiiren A. II. 
vjiiiptter, Frank 

\'«-riH'Io. E. M, 
Vtikfs. Harry B. 
Vnimil. Mans. 

Vl'll'ri..Ill<\ Vllir-f. 

Wnltlmiir A Vim 
Bill. (Mgr.i 
Wliltriiah Heitry' 
Wllron At' DhvU. 
Wnync, Ellc 
Wnlter. f?w. W. 
Walker, E. h. 
Woods, Albert A 
Edseitla 
Williams 'A-' 1 
■■* - •' Poltmott 
Wlnstoln, Frank 
M'lialcn. John J. 
Wlipblali. S. 
Wetiver. Harry 
Wlsbard GbaB. 
Wllfoii. Geo. H. 
It l ! 

__ Wj 

Uiillbms. n. a. 
Wilson. Freil w, 

Wblil Anaymnml 
Wlhcliesfer E.L 
Winters Sid R. 
WIlIlnmMin J. It. 
Welch, Joe 
WM|;. J." D. 
WtlUnl, Mr. 

. (ft Bertram) 
Whiter Edw. B, 

It'lll.i fl*n ■ XV • 



Wills, Geo. W7 
W«'t, Ji Rortr 
WliiHtanleys 'I'he 
Westerlon,. - 1 - 
•' -Mr ft- Km. 
WHaan-' it. C. 

VomiR Leonxo A 
Vides, 0.. T.' 



lUtide .1. A Eilu 
It^ymond Wpt.lt 
Knldnson, John 
]tn i :<-. Jlmmfc 
lledford A : 

- Wlnrhrater 
Itt.ff, Harry. 

Roberts. I tarry 

Morton. Jas. J, )lCoM(iHm, C. G. 
Malcp'm Pred' 'loiillson. A. ' 
Mfttiauelri, W, "J.l(o(.son, I'hil 
M]|c|iellH, Thn-eilleno, Geo. P. 
McKeuna Tlios. Mcally, II. B. ,_ 
Mwrithy,: Tlieo. Sbiltli; R. Ci VtiiiiiR, Kriwfu 
Mtilfcn- AHurelll Sianley AWllsoii IVTirfl. Oed. 
Muvlow. Jiitnes 1 Simon, Oard- !Zi-b7 .'Jdlly 
Marielln A. ■' ' ■ -not -ACo. Zculos, Tho 
BertboMllSuyder ABnekleyl ■■■[- 
SKq NOtlCI'V.A^jiKADOF LI^T. 

' " " ■ ^ y » : 7 i . •'" •' 
\i:tv .iivit «i n . 

1t***iurU,—rAi, Proctor's (V. R Troctor, 
manaR«r),'Hie bill. for weok.of.Agg. 6: Mr. 
iihd'MrB. Pcvklns-Ftaher, Farrell-Taylor. Tcio, 
Merrl "Osborne, /arrow Trio, Ascbtt aha 
Eddie. Howard", anrl.riowaid, Grace Cbilders, 
and Harry Davenpwfc. •', 

Olvsiwc Pakk in. wefem mapagcr).— 
Audru Opera Co,, In *'The : Mlkaaqni L 

vHiLi.sin'K TaAk (Mr. ThHllfi,'- ht abater j. ■— 
Wild West aud hippodrome. 

Blanrv's (Chnft. ■ KJ ; Biabcy, manager). — 
"Tho Gambler of ; lbe Went" this week. 

HufecTBlO PAnk (H» CDunlap, mabaper). 
— »' Week ;nt «; .Hrooka and ; Veeder, Ardiinta 
nnd I3urke, Howe and Scotti Paiill ana Wellfl, 
ykatlu'elli,- nnd. Juliet" TKlDston. ' 



Tub E^flLidii vasfjih bnvo ;f^omtly an- 

bowtepd that the Govrriiment may stop d«.n'- 
c/roiw rterfjir ma hcew by women. The. inHtiXy. 
t>iK U an exrrnrt from 7'nc BtttlM Trtrpfonfi, 
of, London, .Tamo ih; m tJw nnnoitnceineitt. has 
been mane by neibert Glndstrthe, ihe Hotilo 
Secretary," thnt (lie GovernniPnt. proposed lo 
Initiate' IrRfHlni lint, will) n view to aropplnu; 
d^rmrbua mrforman^ra by women. The Gov- 
ernrnpnt will proceed by wny of cUMMH) tit 
the Clilldreii'n DBfiMrutta Perjnmrarra Arts 
[innseit In IS 7,1 mill I8!)7. ami If the new 
measure cnes Ihroiiglt I'arlliimppt very cojwld- 
ernble and tmpnrtntit. iran'ta muni necessarily 
enRiir. Under aneb a ban must disappear 1 
per/ormnnri-R of the description former! v 
c'veji hy'Anzc\, «ha wntvilied rami a. Runon* 
■t (be Royfl A<|iniri;;,i, ; df fteo. who de- 
scended Into a net from a icrrlllc height ; 
aad o(. Mfi.dftinn Hpelterlnl a pd, other proCcti- 
wira of Hip light rope qver 'iin-nt'lled' spaces. 
This Inst ppriortner was well known In tho 
HacUph provinces some thlrly-live years rro. 
nnd (die iiccohitillshed the Hlnndln feat of 
cioj«5lnj; Niagara. -1,1*11 ajpnnuC will also Dad 
their oi'i-iipiulnn gone," 

; AtHiii; A'i|P itEJt lio.ns hnvo (.nptured, tfio 
•French pttbllc. ' Adgle ' wrlti*a from P*nrl«, 
tinder dntcof, July id: "My act marie an In- 
RtnninnerttiH ijlt, in Purls. The papers wpoke 
l>c(uiiifuHy;ahoh| ny* ar|d my. Iloii^'aaylni; th& 
net was. nrMsllc nud graceful, and praising 
mv aph'enraner nn(r,eostiinins. L ema ihy oo>- 
^hgenu'rit; 1111(1 week imfl I have a.wariy 
hiioKi^d limn Tin* 11107. P did nor get the rip- 
portiinlty to piny my. act lit London, because 
n lady trainer, wna Herlotifly Injured recently 
nt the Oanierlmry." ' ■ 

Mas S. Witt writes : "My, Rlx Sophomorea 
nnaVa'l<'rpsftnino. act la n crcnt ldg ruccohh, 
playing conflnimusiy. L«Rt week they were 
nt Shen's 'Phentre, BilfCaJo, N. V.. creating. 
;t sensation. The KmUMQ l» now played 
by llarry I'llcer, nasfated hv Blanche Morrell," 
Mildred Claire. Uella Cole, Lee Mnnlerrc, 
Etslc l>e La. Per., and Madam William*." A|y 
new act, M*.* Witt's Four Singing Colleens 
la Songs, of; the Old and New \vond, 'opened 
at Albany last week, and made na Inatantar)?' 
oiisBUceesH. Xh net' consists of. four heaii- 
tlftil vpleeB, -picked soloists, In melodlea raon:- 
ing from Tom- -Moore's anngs to iip-to-dafo, 
mon aonira ; . Mftrcaret Gon,r-alez, Ada Adttly, 
Nanette HnmraotHj /BsdiElln Turr,entlnft com- 
IK>sc tli'e rjiinriettc, wlilcJi, «U voted, hy Ibe 
Albany ' papers the m^st artl<ttlc 'sliiglng 
novelty produced, in rere,nt, years." 

Tim lfit0B,B!r Tnto are liMlttlitnirly present- 
ing their new act, ■■A.jcIIqw, Btrcik," 

VxiXTV.'ZfiftA ICiiiKK, who ylnyert Keith's 
I'awt.ncket slock, for ten weeks', faat waaon, 
has "been, cnjfngcd to piny Clsslo Deriver, In 
"The Hllver King." week of Aug. 1.'I,at Provi- 
dence, with Die. Allien Stock Co., with Illver- 
shle Park, Montreal, to follow. She will 
open her aerottd tour on the Keith cjrcillt, 
Sept. X, at Patprson. Llitlc Xcna will, this 
season, have, a 'hew act. 
..Ha Bin: JIpi.man has signed with, A, H. 
Woods to plnv the hja^k,, ftce diameter: and 
do His s|K?clnlty In "killed Off the Turf" Co. 
They open In New York nt the Fourteenth 
Street 'j'heatre, Atig. '2{\, 
' Ct'fdj Ct.'Aih Iniorraa us that be Is In. no 
way cojmrcrpd., with tin; act known na !."• 
Clear and Dotvcn, but Is still of the team of 
Le Clair and Hart, "the two strong won." 

Tub .Rknnett thsatiiicai. kntkufhikbh 
will hn'vi! h'oiif-ea In I^ondon, Ottawa, 1 1 -.i t 1 1 1 1 - 
ton iiTMi-M.diii.i'L'ui. Can. Work Is progMHH- 
Ingos rapidly as possible with the conatrui- 
tloti .of 'tne "new 1 he.it res. There la wrong 
backjng .fpr iti.lt> comiinny, and thry have ae- 
cured er-jvllihic. locations In these) towns bc« 
twe^h Wnem rfnd Western time, deslrnb'e 
to break ftum, with no Sunday work. They 
me spend In tf nearly a linlf ndlllon dollara for 
Hie four tJ(eotreB- C. W. llennctPa phc- 
nomenal suee'e^s In London for two yeara 
wii.h the element Ihnt sturlcd this cominiDy. 
NonA'fi . htxiXYf who created, a most, favors 
able impression at Pastor'a week of July SO, 
has hern re-engaged for. the week of Aug. i:i. 
Nku.ib ! McLXtv will, open at-' Pi'oclor'a 
Twenty- third Street Theatre Ai|g. 27. Mho 
iju inat ralnrned after a P,ur»penn plcuaure 
trio, , ; .-fi- , , ,, 

Huilvaro Kmsu's one art play, "(Jrnnd- 
fat|\vr*H" I'lcliire," which, he wrote, for U. A.' 
CblBDiaA ft' Co., baa proved, a rHccush, jmh! 
Mr,, Coleman and. his. eonipnny have been' 
pcTHnmi'ly sliccestiful In It also, , 

IV t: \n>: ASKitft to notify. Harry Prowio 
Clayton, electrician, that bm niothrr H vefy ■ 
111 iit-hor Koine,- •'.-■■' • ■ '■• 

NpTEK.FUUM THK PlfpKNtX THBATBB, Tll- 

cr»ma, Wash.-^The following people, who 
played here Week. of July. 21). Tpip Itc)Uolda,. 
Jauieb" Dalton, Walter, Oweon, of, wean and- 
ICalght, l'ii.tr;h. Brown. J dim wisdom, are 
now. : HpcpdlPg _ their Summer vacation at 
American lJtke. fourteen- mllea from Tacoma. 



Neo Nel«os, njonpIoBue and singing 1 
an, is playing an indefinite engagem ' 
the Alhnmhra Theatre, Atlantic City,. 



Adimtle city;— At the Savoy Theatre 
(Fiedllv Moore,: tnanoger) excellent business 
was. tho: lot of. "The Little Cherub," , with 
Uattte WJ1I turns In the leading role i|ts first 
ptibllc presentation) week of July 30, *'ArT*' 
zona"- Aug. U-8, Drury's Colored Grand Opera 

YoitsVi's Pjbr THEATne_(W. E. Shackel- 
ford, manager). — The, John c. Flaher Opei-ft 
Co. cootiriues to attract and delight . 'good 
patronage. "Florodora" will be Its" offering 
for wc"ek"of .6. ;'." ! ' 

StbkPLrchasb. Pisa (Gltea W. Clement, 
manager). — Vaudeville still draws big houaea 
here, : -.- . •',"'' \ ■' 

Guvernatob'b {Sidney. Fprn, manager). — 
VfltidevlUe, with a number of. last woek'a 
acts, eontlnues, an^wltb'.exceUept results. 

Pnterson.— At tnb Opera tiouse (John J. 
Goctscnius, manager) this 'house opened July 
30, with the Shades as ad attraction,' to fairly 
good - bushings. Maude IHllmfln Stock Co. 
weeK-'of Adj;o. * ■'••P' ; : ■ 

Lyceum (Geo. M^.McManus,, maaaBer).— 
"A BMmi from Mexico" Is tbe opedlng at- 
traction, 0- 11. ",.• - • \ ' -., ' *-. ",■ ' 

FAmYLAND (Mellyllle k Schulthelser, man- 
agersP. — Buetneas last week' suffered ;greatly 
from>the ralfly : weothftr. '* .' ' • 1 

. . -, ■■ . ■ ■■ . # ■ ■■■'■ ■ — ■. 

Cnmden.— At" Woodlynne Phrk (H. D. 
Le Cato, manager), eliminating the m irjy 
nlgbta durlo'g" the week'Jtlat closed, busirjoss 
was gftod.' ; 'Aa adon na' the weather cleared 
(he crowds came wltfr armnh. The week's 
bill was n good one., Including nueh- favorites 
as: Adams and Wtilte, In "The Mtialcnl 
Barnyard :'' the. Ell lot ta, the Dancing Belles, 
Butler nnd Lnmav. A(]ij limiulon, a charm- 
ing ballafltft, nnd .A. Fuller Brub. 

wn. — Manager Taylor's Cnriiden Thea- 
t co .-opens here Aug. 10-18, with "The Gamb- 
ler from the West?' 

• 4 * » ; 



SOUTH, (?Ahl>MNA. 



Columbia. 



-At Hyatt rnrk Casino 
of July 10 

played; to 
,-.jg. Root, 
Irfe Craig, Crawford and Gnrfllner, fhe rton- 
ler Trio ate vaudeville features. 



(Hanr .DnVaH, niahager), .weeku of . 
■MB 23,' the" Lyceum, Comedy Co, pli 
fair.' bualnetis, weather Interfering. 



The Du Bosb BroS.. Hinging and .danclnc 

medians, report raeeting with success at 

-^grktt' 'fhey opened on j Co!. Itamlltoi, 

- ",, 'tit-M BriitiswIcH. 



com< 

the' __ 

circuit nivnivcr/dde Patk". 

N. 'J-i-Jniy W; and wlir 1 

of the circuit. 



work 'over the rest 



.. ,. 'omc- 

'tlnlte engagement at 

.. N. J. 

aud- la meeting with succesa. 

MiLtaihVH'jf' "SisTEiis, who played a, siicceas-, 
fu! ■eiigngeiti'Piit of eight w.'pkn on tho Keith 
A. Proctor, circuit, hnve signed with W. B. 
Watson for the coming aeason of forty-two 
weeks'.' ■•-"'*•■ ' 

ICopi'b announces that, be bad changed bis 
plans and. Ik now working alone. ' 

Tj in Ovekinu Trio, juvenile performers, 
is now playing through Southern Hummer, 
parks" with! great success,' 

"Mas'., 'wltr. C Mattiiewb of Matthews 
nnd Tlarrl'H, fa (II with spinal mcolngltla at 
their home, Blodgelt's Landing, N, H. 

Bjli.y O'ELa),. who la playing on tbe Frank 
Melville ' cllcnlt of parks, with the "Twp 
Jollv Sporln" Co. has slgqed for.lhc coming 
season with. "Tpe Mao. 'on the. Box". Co. 

HofitKS'ANn HoLf.lflTO^ are on the'.?. J. 
Flyott circuit of pnrks, and are meeting wltb 
bli mpB, !; :'.'."*'. ' 

TIariiy and Gertbude JJheion, In their an- 
(otnobllc onc]x bicycle, leap tbe gap' act, re 
Kpectlrely report a most auccesBidl . season 
mo fnr, and - their time 1m being rapidly tilled 
for fair diites. : . They and Juat closed, *f& 
coss'ful engjlgemeots at Davtoa and spring- 
Held; O. , * , 

AkthubXanb,, whe .rccantls clfraed.a long 
iieaaon under the direction df Chris.' O. BrawOp 
will .open' Sept.. 10, under themanagemenr 
of the 'Weatefu Vovdevlllc Association, for, 
the entire .season, bavr/itf received contractB 
to, June licit.' During Ills Mlnneappllu en, 

?agement lie received much. social .attention, 
roth, non-nrofesfilohal friends, . 1 

? CAn.a B: Coolftj will opeo on (he Keith 
circuit in New. York. Aug. 18. Mr. Cooke 
huB been connected successfully with, Krneot 
IIobib'i company. 

Om Accouyr of throat trouble. ParL Nell-, 
ma was' r/ompc-ilcd to' cease work for several 
weeke, but with careful attention was nblu 
(o begin work again July .'to, at iniliitga, 
Mont. , . 

'Byron N. Itm.otinD and Miss Lou A. Deekc 
write from Havana, Cuba, hnder data of July, 
2*1 "We Hailed from New York City on July 
14," with' our troupe of Oriental dancera. ton' 
In number, for Hnhahri, Cilba. Played at iht 
Oran Cafe Varledadea few one week, nt which 
lime we sold ntit this show .to Ausello Din. 
tin .will run, It .for about twelve weeks. We 
both, return to the States to-day." 

' The vaudbtii.mi .team of. King and Wil- 
liams* after playing la the West for two 
years, opened the Auditorium at Keansburg, 
N„ J„ on July 2. Mr.. Iilpg Is managing. the 
house, anjl Mlsa WJHInioa tins bccopin a fa- 
vorite sfngliig Illustrated nongs. She also 
sells tlic tlehcta. Mr. King has had fifteen 
years' experience ns manager, treasurer and 
agent, nud he writes that the house Is a 
winner. ■ 

Ned Waybuiin's hallet. "ThnllnlnlJoirs." 
now nri .the" "New .York' Tbeafrn roof,. Is tq 
be staird Irl the FolleH' , Hprgere, Paris, next 
Noremltor. The Paris run will ba followed" 
by engagements la Berlin and Vienna. 



Notes rdt»i fJR Run Bros." IrtBAL 1 lllsi- 

BTREi,N.--We npened- our season at Bellows 
Falls, yt.,.June. ^5. at Bnrbcr Park, sml mr- 
rlrd off ibehonow of. the Iprgest week's hnw% 
ness nt i tint |Hi]i»ilnr resort.^ Our new first 
part set arrived, together with (he beautiful 
wardrobe, nnrlcnnblrs n« in set as handsome 
n stage as any show on. Hie road. Wo have 
iiilded several new special pieces nf pnbor, 
which m.ikcB mir ndverllxltig drptirlmenl very 
complete in dcslgtt. Our fhow, in genernl, la 
nmcVi larger and stronger limn Inst senaon, 
the olio bring composed of seven high clnsa 
vnudevllle m-tp, Fulliiwlng Im n complete 
rosier : Dq Kim Br,o«.. sole owners nrrd innna- 
OHi Ultly I>e Kite, Hobby Ho Hue. Sawfn De, 
Hue, MiiHter. John hninhcrl, Waller Mearn, 
Oeotgc Ailnms, Krcd, Ull|. L«on Htsn'fnrd, ■ 
Hubert Freioll, Flunk t.irnhnm, Hobr-rl Fns- 
ler. Oscar Taylor. John Lani\ Harvey lbip|i, 
Jatuea Parkmiin. Fddle Anplegafe. Ipirln l»at- 
terson, (,'hiiH. Archdttln, \Vm. Jnekwoii, Harry 
Frank mill J. P. Hurtls. Wo are booketl: for 
the entire seinon. 

NorsMAN, "TJie Frog M»n," reports ploy- 
ing, a successful Summer seaKun at parks unrt 
seaside rCsurtfi., 

^Tr,tNERT asp Thomas, German comedians, 
report making a hit on every l»l|l. They uro 
well hooked up. And write thai lltrlr linltHilon 
<if a Gorman hrn!<s hand is a big lunch pro- 
ducer. 

\OTKH raON THK ArTIIHR I*. HpV. M|N- 

«THBLft,— We played, AJfro. Park, Albnny. 
N. 1., week of July 10,. to capacity luislneas. 
IJu* manngement and public agree that thu 
show, wns A Wlnher from start to finish, and 
M«nng(*r nosen Immediately booked Mr. iJuy' 
for week of July 33, 

WiLijiAM (JROHH, German comedian. Ia|c 
«f Uiissell, o'Nell and Gross, writes: "1 am. 
in my third, week nt Al Fresco Park, Peoria, 
III., producing" cuntedtes nhri burlCBque. I smi 
not going with Harry HnsKngq' lifnrk Crouft 
.tr. the coming season, mi acoouul of tho 
show changing hands, 

LlTXi.f; Ibma. WlKMW, a.nj* cuHPiNY.-reuort 
meet lug wllh very gratifying Hiiccesa on Man- 
ager tlan-y Hawn s circuit, of Hummer parks. 
Tltey. will close on Ibe stiove circuit- ou or 
nbnuf Sept. 1, and have some excellent book- 
ings (o, follow. 

Valardo returned from a suivsnsful \\>at- 
''•rti, tour Iflut week. He In cngaaed -M'Jtluth* 
"Copfessiorut of n Wife" Co., whWi wltlitpen 
In S(. Uuls. He plays Peto Qulllcr, and 1 Will 
do bis specially. 

MitiTiiN KusK ano IlotiEnT Woodh write: 
"We have purchnscil Hie. grest lnugh. prn4uv 
log. acl, 'The -Twentieth Century Bur'glnra,' 
made famous by (he former team of Hall nnd 
nlnley. Having tin entirely new se( of 
scenery, and- mechanical effects, and Ilin dia- 
logue hnvlng beptt, revised, we expert, la Iho 
fulurc to,cofi(lnpe the biutosh this act has 
en,loybd In the pust." 

A qoMKDYVAIU.EVIM.K HKKTCtl. Worked out 
on new., tinea, liux . hepn written hy v BII| Nyo 
" will 



Jr.. a nephew, ofthe, late mil Nyti. npd.lt will 
serve as the vehicle for Mr, Nye's debut In 
vaudeville. The lltle of- the sketch Is "Tho 
Sign Painter." Mr, Nye has lukeu np, n pflft- 
ner, Jack Burlap, who lias plnyedllght com- 
edy roles with, Oils Skinner fur the past eight 
ttcnaotu). 

MbWAPD.IlA.vi.UY hag signed wlih the New 
Big Hcusnthm (^o„ as musical dlrecior. 

Tin; Manjiattan Comedy Fouft will open 
at Hnrtlg A Scnuutn's, N. Y. City, Labor 
Hay, Sept. :t. 

Hlathr A.vit, Finch Inform im. that they 
are still doing. nicely through tho Ohio park 
circuit, with Mk'iihiiin time to follow. 

Si;mmkrh,ani». Wt«T|Mt« uro playing pnrhs 
Irt.thn.Woat, and are a fenlure.nct of every 
bill, we have., nppejired, Wllllnm Morris la 
doing oiu- booking. 

'XOTK9 AMI ItdMTKB Off BAN FlIANPIHCO 

MiNMTHiXH, Jon Hall, mnnnger. — Wc hnvo 
been UDtler.ennvns Ktnca May -'.I, and litisfneKS 
ha^i been sntlsfnclory. All tho membera of 
the company are feeling well, and the ghost 
wnlks. every Sunday. Our advance, agent Is 
paving the wny I ownrd. Canada. Tho. rousl- 
clanH, under elms, Maylan, (he leader, aro 
reiieflrxing to make things lietier. Our band 
comprises twelve mouth pieces, Fred Cling- 
nori, : Iml.tator. Is playing end, witli.tirorg?] 
"dtii-t in. n .'iong unit dunce man. J. P. Ilouje 
Is interlocutor. Others uro,: Jon Leary, ba|- 
Indlst, who Is making good; Billy I'lirUliH, 
coon shbiitcr; George St. George, Isick anil 
wing dsiicnr. Is pleasing ■ thein everywhero; 
Johnny Farrell, comedian ; Joe Hall, miislnnl 
nct;,HlmiuDns nnd-Gudfrae, knockabout come- 
dians: llenry Hall, balcni manipulator, nud 
Ihe famous San Frauclsno Quartclle, eori- 
hlstlng 6f Joe Leury, Drtvc • ftlctird. . NolHon 
Lnriehl.er and. Krhr'Bt Itoulenn- nnvld Mjc- 
Wlll turns Is advance agent, with two assist- 
unis. 

Jksbib Dk Wijitb. who Iiiin been enquired 
for iho .season, at. the new Vgadotti Pnmlly 
Tltcaire, Sprlngilcld. III., to, Hlng Illustrated 
songs, Is mcpt|ug with success. 

f£ Pabcatel Informs iim that after closing 
with... Thompson & Dundv. at. the N, Y. lllp- 
podi.'orpe,. nud Luna Park, Coney Island, ho 
rotuined to vnudnvilln, His wife, Madge IV 
Muitiuml, will appear. at. (ho same houses 
wlLb liltri during tbe coming season.. 

IIuua.CoNKKLty wrltca; "f. am. spending 
(wo weeks at. the Slimmer eottaga of the 
Latope Bios., In Ihe.CatHkl!l,Mounlsli]H, and 
um having a fine lime, Tuesday, July .ll," tho 
entire .cottage. pnrtyhnd,a,hay rldo to WUsh-i 
Ington Inn, ilnd entei'Uhied the guests with, 
many songs and stories. Music, was fumUhcd 



"I 



Notes, skoh- iuse UonMAN'fl MiNRTn^Lo. 
miter the dlreotlooiotMBlidHP tj, Ilaymond.-— 
We will MKlnvoiir rngniar *ea«nn Haturdny 
evening. Aug. ts, nt the Grand Opera Hotiae, 
Philadelphia, Pa. The orgnnlxntlnn Is snld 
to be olio of the largest In Ihe world. Tho 
copiijopy. numbers seventy -two people, nmh it 
rcnulre* ilirrc sixty foot, laiggage ears to 
trnqa)Kirl (he scenfry. rJTn-i*, pie. TM see- 
neW' ls ; acciTdlled wlih being.- Hie grnpiloft 
niHl onftUlfst ever designed, for a lUlBstrrt 
entertnlnmrnl. The selling fur Ihe first, pnrt. 
entitled "The Buwcr of Hung and Flower," la 
l'csllr n triutimh la scenic iiulutlng. It Is a 
poolfi' ritlori>svn«rd<v In white nnd grrenv nnd 
depicts a cotonimd/i of marble. with, fnhclful 
ilgrtres unAld a. ArMwna fif ; dellcain flowers, 
The orgfitilsnthih la replele with colossal 
novel tie* nud Kionpvun nud domestic feat- 
urea, which Include* J nines Gordon's unique 
military clog drill. "Tlio Weal Point Cutlets," 
"Twilight Gambols In Dixie," "An Afternoon 
nt the Kscv* ' and ihe "Hnltoon Ascension." 
The Rtiroppim feu 1 11 re will ho found in thn 
marvelous Mnn-'iio and - Marnltr troupe of 
seaeatlonnl ncrotwls. The principal eomedv 
duties, ttf course, fall la John and Georg'n 
liqrmnn. whose assistants include- Lew Bene- 
dict, Tom Moure. Governor Bnwrn. Fred P. 
Uiuweil. nilly Cnwley and others. 

Filvnki.in A. BiiooKB, song HUisirnlor. 
closed )i siiceesHfiil teiv. weeks at Gratiot. 
Park, Hunklrk, N. v., Aug. I, 

La Ilov ami Morse opened (he. New Grand 
Family. Then Irs, nt Mlddlepnrr. O., with 
their- trunk net. 

Lctv. and Lccirr .lose.lhplr park dates 
at RAMsna- Park, Grand Rtjrlchfc Mich., Aug. 
JB. Mlas hmfi brolher 1ms recently lolued 
rhP , «<**. 'Phey o|wi on (he Keith circuit, 
at Cievelami,. o., Hcpl. ;i. wlih (he Kohl 'ft 
Cnsile. Anderson, lloitklns' later-Htate nnd 
Orphentn rlrcitltn io fallow. Afler the nhovo 
lime they will he featured In a musical 
comedy, 

Marvelim-h ltoi.'SKi,i, ihitNhed JnekRon'H 
e rent of iMirfca and nnenod - mi the Hopkins 
clrmilt at Jciplln. ifa,, hi\y yt», for hIx ^-eks. 
nud ihen he plays a return dnte over thn 
.Isekson circuit. of houses. Ills net Is n uov- 
eiiy, nwoy from nil other aerial acta. Be 
opens life Art by posing In ihe Trame of life. 

Joe P. Mack, formerly of Mack and H'nlah, 
■ •«> I . 

IIMA'PIIN IN TUB IMHIFIO.uSIOV. 

Daniel h, Kfi.i.v, an actor and playwright, 
ji ed on .Vug. .1. jroiu cancer, nt hie home of 
his broihoriu-lnw, ft. H. Da»ey, Coney ial- 
anO, N. f M agiHl;lifly-clght years. Mr, Kelly 
SeLi fc 3^ 1 * J. lm . oll .'i Knlekerhoekcr Ninth 
Word of, New inrk CUy, ami when. 11 box h* 
was Hlipmillced to tullejl Gate pUol. At Iho 
age of 16 he enlisted In Iho Hlxly-slntb N. 
\i.y p, ii u !f cr fi "«"'liig.llin»ugh the. Civil War 
wlih illHiUu'lidii. on his rplnrn ba loiaed 

the Old Bowery Tlienlre Hloirk.Co., lu which 
were Kdwfn hUMy. W, II, Wiilley, J. M. KHhl- 
ley anil dlhers. After i-enmliilug there sev- 
V. . , *«i ,, "i»»p ne joined iho Tom Donnelly 
Stock, at Ihe old Olympic Theatre. Hrooklvn, 
N. \., going from liu-re to Josh. Harp* ThO' 
aire (,«mhpie, llrojidiviiy. Being an expert 
BWordaaiaRj. he wnasupvlhlly sninierd hv Anq 
(Ihen playing- "The French Spy 1 ) to-do Iho 
grent MWiu-d ciuiibnt, remaining several sea'-' 
sons. In- MHO he formed a partnership with 
Dan. ( ollver, nnd leased Hie old hlsLirlcnl 
1-ront Hti-Hi't Theatre, Biiltlmare. After a 



years si niggle, Mr. CollytT.raUred from tho. 
I'.rm nnd Mr. Kelly iiHsiuneil Uiu entire man- 
■iffoinani, which lie continued, until 1802, 



rnaklug,. a pmnouueed wweoawa. Menu) line, 
he. wrote several melodramas, aujnng. 
which wore- "The Hluidow Detective, 
"After Seven. ■Years," "outcast • of a rimci 
( lly," and "Under the Mask." lie, plnyed 
tuesu plnys In star engiitjeiuents for many 
seasons, Ho nlsu suecessrulty miititigr'il tho 
Into !• rank, Frayup, nnd of Inte venrs ho was 
oirHin managerial slniT of Huh lllll, Mr, 
Kelly was 11 most rnthusliisilc inomber of 
theordtir nl Klks. rising (0 Ihe MiihUnwi oohI- 
tlnn of gland (ixulted ruler, which lie "lield 
In leSri.lHKti, Tbe ruuernl was nl the real- 
dotlcii of- Ids hroliiciMn-lnw, Itold. H. D.tvev, 
Shcepsbend Bay Hoitd, Coney Island, .Mon- 
day nffernoon, Aug, l|. Muny memtiers of 
the theatrical profession ami dnlogates rwni 
Baltlumre. Lodgp nnd other HI ales were prpa- 
en(, (he cervlcpH bohg- •■nni.hicM'd froru, thn 
ritiinl of the Klks. Internumf. wns at Uj prcfla; 
Hills, lie Icavcit a widow mill ilmighlef 

William Krnnrp.y, riitnlllttrly Itimwn an 
"Pop,' died WcdiifiHihiy. Aug, 1, at Ht,. Vlo- 
renta Hospital, New York, from pneumonia. 
after nn Illness of tbi-eo. weeks, lie waa 
hiiru lu, Ne.w York City Mevenl.y-slx years ago. 
find- was. nr|g|napy n jig, du lu.-er, and used 
to dance in mutches with John.. Diamond,' 
He became famous In this line, nod then 



.... ..... .....* inui'nin 111 1.111:1 11 hit, HU'I 1 nen 

Joined the side show of n circus, as HlnjrlnB 
clown, lie wns still 11 buy, practicallv. at' 
ihls tlm<!, andjmow Tony Pastor well, whom . 
be was afterwnids with In- Hands ft Nathap'n' 



by, Prof, Dalsartl's. New. York orchestra of 
eighteen,, picccji. and as tho party broke ti 
I wuh jirescnted with an- epgrnved «old hen' 
cd cane by Proprietor Proakey." 

CwiiMOH a.nu TiiouNTO.v, . who recently 
'■tose.d a successful elsht weeks' eugagement- 
over Frank Melvlllo's.. circuit of parks, hnvs 
signed wlih II, D. Stair for his "Mown the 
Pike" Co., In which he Is presenting Iho 
Hays. , 

Houston and Jaqvin open at tbe Crjatal 
Theatre, Detroit. Mich., Aug. (I with a brand 
new act, entitled "Tins Cartoonist and the 
Ringer." 

the Eilror Four opened at Uuvernator;*" 
Theatre*, Atlantic City, for two weeks/. Tho 
children., Mabel and IUiim-iie. ace making 
a decided Impression- everywhere. 

hiD.-C Havh, minstrel monologlat. Is meet- 
ing with- blg-.tiucceaa playing the parka. He 
hgs played three return dates, and la being, 
held over another week at. Coney Inland, Cin- 
cinnati. O. He Is booked solid until Feb. 
.next.- 

Cakrie M, 1 Scott, exponent of; nhyrlcnl 
r.ulturc, cloned n ten weeks'- engagement at 
Flood's Ptirk. Curtis Boy, led,, Aug, .*}, nud 
opened .on the Heller ft Gladlng circuit of 1 
parka, In. Pen nay I van In, 13, with the, Howard . 
Athennoim, Boston, nnd other good work to 
follow, 

Oeobqja Hudbo.v. wlfo r.i r Bert Hudson, 
comedian, ond .of the. lludaons, la xorlously 
111 at Wheeling, W. Va., with typhoid -fever. 

Lotrtfi Bates, imitator and monologlst, haa 
»o lulled, t en weeks In. California, without. a, 
lay off, and has a few mora weeks booked - 
before coming Kust. Hilly. II.. Windom lu 
writing htm a new net for next season, 

Jbvf and LAveiin IlEALY-arc playing tbo 
Finnk Melville circuit of parks, and their, 
net Is n trc'mendmiH success on same. They 
fire booked solid until Juno next In vmuht- 
vllle houons. 

'fllE,K*tl-IHK CoitEUY FlIllH I Irfoni! nj, Ciitl- 

nlnghnm, Jenny and Itoland) have returned 
from .Ivurope, after a year's booking on tbn 
Mors A Htuii, Slacnacbton and Hnrrasford 
tours. TUev open at Keith's, 'New York 
('lly, Kept. '.',. Joseph A. Jenny, their nian r 
nicer, states Ibey. are. hooked KOlId on. the 
Keith. Proctor nnd.- Poll circuits, 
writes: "Thin la my tenth week- with Do 
Land's .Minstrels, and,, my new biddy, act lu 
going big everywhere, t close with . this) 
company Sept, 15, sad, together with -mv for.t 
mtr partner, -riila Davenport, Join Iho.Vula- 
don's nialto (JnlctyolrlH Co. for the sea- 
son." 1 



Circus. Mr. Kennedy and Mr. Pastor w cro 
associated wlih (lie Howory Amphitheatre 
Un, Fpriover thirty ye»r« Kennedy had been 
la Hie employ, of Mr, Paslor, and for. many 
yeni's bad iieen "011 the dour" at. Paator'u The- 
iitre, where his familiar, form and genlaf 
smile was always recognized by pro fens Ion a la 
and laymen. The funeral occurred n. l|e 
leaves one son and three grandchildren, 

John Lawhench Tooi.e, the celebrated 
I'/naflnh comedian- and actor, who died In 
Brighton, llnglHod, on July tM), and whono 
death was ipr|elty noted In lust week'ji Isuue, 
wns. horn In London.- March Hi. 1M2. Ha 
began bjM biislucss camur as clerk lu u wine 
merchant's oiiit.-e, huL bin iictlng In itmutopr 
theatricals won him Ihe. praise nf Charlcm 
Dickens, who udvlsed him to enter the dry. , 
najlg iirofesshjn.- Mr. Toole followed tho 
novelist's advice, nod made his debut nt the 
llayianrket Theatre, London, In ■ 1862. nod 
was at once Kiiceasafiil, He Immediately 6h- 
lalned an ejigagerneiit si the Qieeii's The- 
utre, Dublin, where he beeimio popular. After 
other engagement* at Hslfatit, rMlnburali and 
(>li}i>gow, lie iipprjiired In Londoii In is,"»-|, In 
low comedy characters, raj the tit, James 
Theatre, Ills reputation grew rapidly, and 
when Benjamin Webster took tho mapugo- 
moatof.the now Adelpht, In 1858, Toole was 
engaged us the leading conmdlun. At about 
Ihls time begun hla lifelong rrlendwlplp with 
iLiniy Irving. Homo In yen m at tbn Adelphi 
was followed bv cni/OKCuieritH at tbo Queen's, 
with Charles Wyndnam, Johu Clarion, Hen- 
rlotta Hodiiou and Henry Irving. In 1874 ho 
en me to America for a tour, and on his -ret 
turn played at the Gaiety 'till 1870, wliea, 
he became iaapnrer of tbo Folly, which, in 
1909* he rochrisTened Toole's Theatre. Ill 
health compelled him to retire from tho 
stage In !8tHi. Caleb Pluouner, lu "Tm 
Cricket on. thr- Hearth." waa one of hfs 

freatest parts. Ills Artful Dodger to Henry 
lying's lllll Kikes wan another Interpreta- 
tion (hot brought him fnmo. [Ii.; Mirhael 
Dacaer. Id "Dearer Thau Life." and Uncle 
Dick, In "Buclo Dick's Darling," were also 
excellent. In the lighter vein he was prnlaed- 
for Paul Pry,. Hprlaglns and "Chawies." In 
(tin Spring of iglLl Mr. Toole- suffered a 
slroko of -paralysis, and retired lo pclvalA 
llfo at Brighton, where he resided up to the 
tiro** of Ids itoat'i. 

Walter fl, llKiiijowen, better known to 
the profession ns "Happy" Harrow, wu shot 
nnd killed at Highland Purk, HoiiKton. Tex., 
on July oil., lis la said to have been the 
victim of an ovcrxcaluun pollccmani wlio, 
■with hardly nny, provocation for the deed, 
shot him to death, "Happy" hml l>ccn Hitting 
011 n. table, Imioceufly, not knowing that It 
was an lufractbiu of iim park rules, and 
talking to his partner, Jolly, Zebv aud oilier 
members of. the. company, prior to Kolng on 
with.- the evening - performance, Tho park, 
policeman, approached and told him In get oft. \ 
of, tho luiiln. "Happy," thlnklmz be wns 
Joking.. Minted ,to retallnle in kind, and Ihi- 
fore lie w n s lb r n'igh the iMttlcentejj slpij Wp|# 
Tho f/verlng Trio nro nieces of Mr. High- 
, tower. Ho was thlt'iy-two years old at U10 



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OUTSIDE HUSTLER. 

None other* neecl apply. Call at'onco. FRANCIS, 
DAY & HUNTKIt, 15 W. .Kith St., New York. Auk 
for Mr.TftQtw. t '. 

time of hlH death, a native of New Orleans, 
end has a sister Rt Dallas, Ter., who Ik 'the 
mother of the Overling Trio. Tue remains 
were sent to hta old home at Joneaboro, .Ga.. 
for interment. .. ■ ' . 

Daniel Jackhos, for some time interested 
In the Circle Theatre, New York City died 
suddenly July HI, at his home, 18 WvatHlity- 
fourth Street, aged sixty-five. Mr. Jackson, 
In company with M. L. Brldgmnn, controlled 
tbe destinies of the Circle Theatre from the 
period of Its traaiiformutlon from a bicycle 
rink to It* lease by Percy O. Williams, who 
npnulnted him superintendent of the building. 
Later, when Mr. WllliamB took- ove». the, 
Colonial Theatre. Mr. Jackson occupied the 
same position there, He bad many friends, 
and was a widely traveled man. The funeral 
occurred from the chapel of tbe Park l'reu- 
bvterian Church, Eighty-sixth Street and 
Amsterdam Avenue, Aug. 3. He was a mem- 
ber of Naval Lodge, No. 6ft, V. and A. M 
Hla wife niti-vlve* film. ' . ■ ■ . 

En. Englandkh, stage manager of Fischers 
Theatre. Los Angeles, Chi., dropped dead on 
the atnge a few minutes before -time for the 
curtain to rise, July 2«. Heart disease Is the 
supposed cause of his death. Deceaspd wan 
about sixty years of age, and wan for many 
\(hn connected with the stage, buying for* 
roerly been a. scene painter.. His wife and 
daughter. survive him. , • 

l? redbrick 8hfa, nged thirty-two .Tears, ; 
the youngest brother of TbutOHB Shea, man- 
otter of tne Empire Theatre. New York City, 
died in Bellcvne Hoeultal, thin elty, on Aug. 
6; from stomach trouble, lie played the part 
of the gypsy in "A Yankee Circus on Mars.' 
o't the Hippodrome, 'nsl seiiHon. and was to 
Have -begun rebenr^ula there this week. 

Ai-LXANDKU F. Quun, a member of the 
well known theatrical firm of Cahn.A flront. 
died at his "Bummer' home In Grand Beach. 
Me., on Aug. -6. Ho was formerly mayor of 
Lawrence, Mass. • . 

■ «■ >.. » - . 

UaBL*NI> OA0EN AND FlOBBKCM HAMILTON, 

his atar, were tbe attests last week of John 
W Barry and J. Frank Burke, muaagcr und 
atar. respectively, of tbe Burke. Stork Co- 
Fall River, where Mr. GadetVa play, "Hearts 
Adrift," was playing and had the banner week 
of the stock seas on. .-. 

; WaWtbD-A 1 Lecturer for the beat medicine 
show under canvas, in Texan. Lunar and pleasant 
enwgenient- to right party. DON'T MIS&EPRE- 
SENT. -Would-lw lecturers has been tho-causenf 
my last-two ads. We never close.; We get the 
neopifl,'yo'u.-do"the reHt^ Rhow ruu'succeBsftiUy 
for ilfteen year'. Gat and sleep in ihe hotclB. 
Work virgin te*rlt»ry. Salary or per cent. State 
alllntlrst. Eddie Speuoer, write. Harry F. Miller, 

Oranbnr y,,Tek. , ' ' . , •- ■_• 

WANTKD, Mau TrUhPioinre Machine, .Film/ 
and Slides ; Acrobatic 8 and D- Comedian ■«.: 
and D. SoiihrCtte ; Male impersonator ; Comedy 
Musical Team (man and wife, wire do lllup. songs) ; 
Comedy Juggler; NoveUy Aut; Agent. Name 
lowest. No ticket*. I pay aUAFrKt OPENING. 
Rehearsals here Aug. -i7. Address by LRTTRR, 
BURT JOEL, care LEONARD,- fllf. 11«TH ftT.,i 
New York. 



no CKN'j's tor a ikrnk of 10 SkeCcbeH, 6-Auts 
fori malo, lfepnle; 6. Acta lor a males. Monei 
order or a cent stamps, Address BERNARD 
KL1NQ. Playwright, H&7 Jay St., Brook- 

Sketob*B snd plays written to order. 



AT HBBWTTfl— Novelty Performer, who de- 
livers the goods. Trapeze,, contortion, web, etc. 
Chauge Tor week. Work in acta. No booze. Mgrs. 
who doh*t want- everything for nothing and can 

Sy salaries, write quick. AEIUBN, 182fl Union St., 
..Fayette. ludr ■' ' . ■ 



AT I.IBKKTV, Well Known Juvenile or 
Character Woman for Dramatic Company or High 
Class Vaudeville. Author xif successful Musical 
Ooinedr Sketch with lively plot. Can furnUh four 
profe«Hlouala for the act. Marie Elmer, station 4, 
East Orange, N.J. t . 

"WANTED QUICK, SoBKll MEDICINE PER- 
FORMERS for strong Show. Change, for week. 
116.00 S., fSv.00 D. No ticket*. Salary sure. 
Opera towns and hotels. Dr. A. K. HAMILTON, 
General Delivery, »'■ Paul, Minn . 



PAUi'NftCH WANTKD— With $100, take half 
internal in good Repertoire Company. Dave 

scenery, paper and good play*. Company lias best 
of reputatlon'intenltory booked. Open aith Aug. 
Address, wltll full particulars, WILL COURTNEY, 
•Torringtoa, Coun., General Delivery. 



COLORKD BAND and PcrformerH who 
double in iiand. State, lowest salary. All Winter 
South. Will buy or lease Baggage Car, also M or 
eoft. Toprif cheap and lu good order. 

F J AT TBEL'S HltOW. Klmom. Pa. 



WANTED TO PliRCHAhK, all Rjwa State 
liettm to sell Medicine. Give Lowest Price aud 
when 'expired, for sale, a imiuber.ot Hnespecl- 
meiuuf TenaSoluonj. Addrcsa 

DR. LKK BKRRKRT, OaiToll, Iowa. 



WANTKD-For sv*>satlonui Melodrama, "A 
WOMAN'S WAY." buokvd aolld 4'J weeks.nrat class 
peoplu only, for Loads, Characters, Comedy, Bin ■ 
brettCB, Heavies, and all line?, at once. Seid 
pnotoa. Call or address, THE MT. MORHIB, 1:4 
West lWth St., New York City. ROSKLLB. 



MUBIOAL il»KClALTIK»-Scnd for S8 p. 
Ulna. Catalog. 30 Note Lyre, u lights, good as 
new. cheap. WANTRD-Pookct Cornet Id rx- 
obahge for anything. Btamp for reply. K. It. 

8TKEET , •ii Brook St., Ha rtfor d, Conn. 

WANTRO. KIL.ROT * BHITTON'S AN 
AHIBTOCRATIC TH^MP CO., 

Boiull Comedian and SouhrettHj must do spoolal- 
tloa; First and Second Heavy Man, Property M*n. 
Ait men muatdouulc band. Tuba and other Mu- 
sicians to double Btaae. Performers ttmt double 
stage la All llntB, write. Lour season; pay own. 
B. K. lkhier, mri-„ Room to. Grand Opera 
House. Ouioagt'. ill. ; > 



FOR NALK-Tcut Wltll adjustable lilack 
lining. Usedoulv two week* with moving pic- 
- tures Slue lox2eft. A bargain, cost $m 
Price complete MO, Addresa ... 

H. J. RIONKY, ICO Raid win flt., Elliilra, N. Y. 



vOH. BALK 9B— Very due dressed Negro 
Joy Vent. Figure: used once; worth t IS. Swell 
Nagio, Stereo slides, Trombone. Stamp, Hat. B, 
Wilson. 424 Forptef By* "bg«. fa. . 



WAfiTKO, MhiDU'INK I'fcHKOHMKItS 

AT ONCE AND AT ALL TIMEB, VcrsaUle, Sober 
sad Reliable Performed, single acta only; no 
sketch teams. Musicians, Slogors, Magiolani, 
Vohlrlloqulets, Dahjo Players and Comedians. 
Anyone that can make good and sell, medicine. 
No Posthole*, no camp onia's. Salary sure. Don't 
owe a performer on earth a'doliar. The last 
bpoze-flglHer that Joined never got nisuuukoat 
oftliebaggugfrr.om.no drnnks TtRWAltKi Bute 
Mil hi flrst letter* and name your salary. Address, 
tion'i call, B. F. SPENCER, SMI Euclid Ave., 
Cleveland, Ohio. . ' 

iiiSW6W» iji».i ■ ». ■ ^BWnnrJi . . *. . r _... - ' 



THEATRICAL HOTELS 

ail ' 

B OaRDIHB HOUSES. 

PA LAC K HOTKL, Idl H. OIUl 



in s. Clark St. Chicago 
■ rirato bath, ft. 
"■HBBT t Prop. 



TRAVALOAR, H6-11I E.14, N.T.. or. Keith's, 
ocad.. of Music, Mm Rooma Ma- flkft 
jl JO day; B1M to g week. W.P.DjiNNlQAB.Prop. 



Wal);isb & Madinon, CDIOAGO, 

0. 0. Vanghan, Prop, strictly 

< UH AmorlcKn Plan, fi-lt single; 

IT-M flonblo. Vaudeville patronage Invited 



L: 



IIOTBLtBT. DENIS, 139-133 West Market BL. 
Indlanapoltfl, Ind. Convenient to all theatres. 
Bcbi Little Hotel in Indianapolis. Actors' Kates. 



ClABESDOH HOVEL 5i„i«. B „„ 

* UIQLEV & JENNINGS, Props. 

N. Clark St., cur. Ontario, Chicago. 

Rates, to, 76 and 81 per day. $2 to ffl per week, 



JOUBJC OOA1POSBD AND ARRANGED 

for any Uutmment or nnmber of inatrnmonta. 
Bongs,word3 and maclo. eSotchcti, etc. Bend stamp. 
OHAfl. L. LEWIS, 42P Riotunond St., Clnclnnaa ( .Q. 



DOOOKRH, Heralds, and all kinds of small 
StUlT. PRESS SHOW PRINTKRY, 
JohnsonltHrg, Penno. j 



HOW TO START IN SHOW RUHINEMS. 

(Oopyrtghted). 3 different books, loo. All ktnde act. 
kORPHET'S BUHOOL, 33f N. 12th St., Phlla.. Pa. 



HOW TO I1ECOWE A CONTORTIONIST. 

Front and Back Bending, each trick Illustrated 
Mflf . Morphct's School, 837 N . 12lh St., Thllft., Pa 



• "GRONBERG Stereoptlcons" for Bong Illiis- 
tratora, Lecturent, (12 m; mil mr.c. Bend for cut. 
Orontierg Btcro. Co.,14W E.Howard Av.,BllOXl,Mlflfl 



WANTED— For "Do Alva's College Ulrica few 
more MuBiclauH for Lmiy Band and Orchestra, 
two more Cornets, Slide Tromiione, Violin Player 
that can lead, one more Clarionet and a few more 
Good Lady ACtH. Can alno place a few more 
specialty People with my other Co. Rehearsals 
commence at Meaford, Out., Canada, Sept. 24. 
Mgrs. in Pa.and W. Vn., send open time in Dec, 
Jau. and Feb. Can alwayH place good Lady Musi- 
cians. Address Dr. R. H. De Alva, Commercial 
Hotel, Winnipeg, Mao., Canada. • 



WANTKD S. and D. COMEDIAN, AERIAL 

ACT doing Traps,. Bars, Etc. Long season, 
salary Bure. Friends write. 

VERNE SBARPSTEEN MED. CO.. 
, Three River, Mloli, 

For Bale^-Het; of Chimes, IT tobea. • . 



only THEATRE In Town of i,ooo. Seating 
capacity, too. For open time, address 

A. W. HOWELL, Box 16,Teilco, N. M. 



WANTED, LADY OR MAN, TO ACCOM 
PANV L1OHTNJN0 ARTIST. AddreSB 
. , LlOHTNINtl, care of CLIPPER. 



BIO GRANGERS' Picvic, Williams' drove, 
Pa., Ang.ai-Bept. 1. Day, night; free gate. PH. 

vkieges for Bale— Showa, uano. Knife Racks, Photo, 
Novelties, Palmist, all games. Attendance, lwos, 
2O0,«W. D.TRIMPER, Ocean City, Md. 



AT LIBERTY, Piano Playor.after Aug. 11. A 
No. 1 Sight Reader, Vaudeville Player and Loader, 
transpose and arrauge. Western location preferred 
or good roaii co. Rtwpouslhlu nigra, only. WIL- 
LIAM SCHWARZ. P. Q. Box -243, Eikbart, fnd^, 



ACTORS AND ACTHESSES, ARE YOU 

TOO THIN)' Aspa Weight Producer (Capsuls), the 
Ureal European Discovery, will Increase jour 
weight from 6 to is pounds monthly. Guaranteed 
to cure neivou»utiSM. Price ft. Booklet free, 
A8PA COMPANY, iflff Fulton St., New York, 



} ECCttNTKie (irotestiuo Comedian will, Jpln 
■Uuod Miuutid Tumbler, aumtcur or prof., for toin- 
edv acrobatic act , or will Join act. J.M., CLIPPER. 



WANTED— 60 Lady Performers immediately. 
SingciH-. Daucent and Miialcal ach, Dour Talker^ 
on percentage. Kvcrybody botirds and lodges on 
lot. Long Hcaaon. Fuur to live weeks at Bummer 
reJoiis, 2 to 3 days' work per week. Everybody 
lhaa a good time. AU used aa one family. Privi- 
lege peonle nmi any one 'Wishing live cfirulval 
,Co.,-wrUe. Address (3sL 

, : ■- PROP. 0. W. van. Ferry, JJ.'Y. 



HKETCIiK'Mi Travesties, Hurlesqaes, Etc , 
written to order. I do only the bent original work. 
Add. Jo s. Kershaw, S29 Buttopw ou d St., Pa|layl'a. 



■ S. A it. Comedians, B. F. Comedians, piano player 
who donides brass. Honey Bure. Haven a 
Robinson 's Coincd l ans. LUnerlck , Me., 0-161. '" 

T WANTED, for MISS LOftJlAlNR BUCHANAN 
AND HERUREAT DRAMATIC STOCKCO., AFKW 

>FAIR DATaS. Open Ume for Sept., Oct., Nhv. 
Western and Cetitrul Stairs. Compsb.v JiHtcon)- 
plctcd eight weeks'* record breaking business 

feverywhero lu summer block. Fine Due new 
plays (change nightly for two weens). Umuuaily 

istrpug sjiLTinit if-. Elegapt line New Paper anil 

[Printing. Percemuge or 'Guarantee*. '.WANTED 

'IjlUCK, People, all lines for No. 'i. Company-. Miss 
Lorraine IlucliunautBolo Prourle or and Mumper) 

Mlt'iand Hotel. Hiituiiluwoti, Kanaas, and per route. 



AT LIBERTY -THE CALLAUAN3, DANand 
MAY, Versatile Bke'ch Team, Black Faco and 
Irish. Both Work acc Change tor fivo nights. No 

Sugies. Sober and rellalle. Good dressers'- on 
and off. AddrcEHataBOuthLeavm St., Chicago. HI. 



WAATEU— Minstrel People In all lines tor 
Conroy J)ros. ! UoIdsshI Ulustrela, Couieillans, 
A'ooallsUi, Dancers and Uuaiclnns for B, and O. 
Want Feature Act for Olio. Preference given 
thoso who double bras*. All black itt drat pan, 
Statu all in Brat letter. We pay all after joining. 
None but competent people need apply.., No 
tickets. Porbirmers and Musicians address 
. , , EDWAKD CONROY, lnterlakon, N. Y. 



■ WANTED— Singing and Dancing Soubrette, 
Mast play part In c>imvdy sketch. Contract for 
nine mouths. Only able persona with good ward- 
robe need apply. Stale salary expected and full 
particulars Urst letter... Address lnter-Btato 
Amusement Clrcoit, Milwaukee, Wis. . » 



WANTED— For LaonM lllg Concert Co.; Ver- 
satile Performers, to double i>amt. No parades 
anil onlY One show a duy. Versatile singing and 
Dancing Sketch Team. Must do slugles, have 
good, wardrobe and make good for iwo week 
xiauds. Piano I'lavcr, io double, cornet and lead 
band. Tuha, Slide, Alto and baritone, all to 
double stage. Other Versatile 1'cop e, write. State 
you lowest; 1 nay all. Tickets, If yoit are kuowu 
tome- Addict I'itOK. E. LEON, Wadswnrl h f . .O. 



(i WANTED, s Comedlaus, Dutch, Irish and B. 

F. v s, ,t D., plsv banjo, all round men; doctor and 
lecturer on pei- centagu: slater team, 8. A D., play 
piano, make good. Modlcltie Co. All change ft r 
wk.Btatoatl 8. D, Brown, HaiinerIIouse,Toledo,0. 



WANTED— By Aug. '27, a THAI" DRUMMER 
experienced in Theatre Work. Union man, 
Mgbt show, 12.50; matinee, Ki.oo, OutstdB work. 
Apply to JAB. 0, CADKK, Leador Opera IIoufb 
Orchestra, Ohattanooga, Teun. 



PHOl-'.WlBSMANNaiiilhWIurfretroupc of 
Dogs, greatest of all dog ads, ami wonderful 
trained rlgiMniK, huve smne open datca-^-Ta'trs, 
ynudevllle. parks, etc. Address, third week, ut 
GuverowtorV Th e atre. Atlantic City* N. J. 



_ ARTNER WANTED— Snifttl ren.CO. Must 
U. S -worker and Invest «t-o- 1 have scenery, 
printing. People engaged. Open this month, 
(live full particulars, age and experience. 
ACTOR-AU THOR. Sy r acuse, N. Y., tleu. Del. 



LADY WILL SELL lltindsome Street and 

Evening Ureases, *. r i to *ir» ; Hiding , U*bJt. 

Tea (loWn, Long font. Ankle Dress. twltX > 

DKSBAT1. t'4T. W. 11 (1th 3b. 1 flight, K. 



AT LIBERTY, WHflPlES & FOWLER, 

Cuiaedr »k«ich Team. Trotnbono Id u*nd. riuy 

F.rtl. I'UIU Aug. IS, Kl K, 1811 St., New Yur« CU) 



% OVKR. 

Wanted, Medicine Performers 
and Sketch Teams 

At all times, Winter and Summer. The real money 
to the real people. Also Lecturers to work towns 
where the druggists are now selling the goods. 
Newspaper working ahead of yon all the time- 
We give yoa all the front money, and we have the 
remedies that produce (jolckcr and better results 
than any of the re med lea torn I shed you to-day by 
any of the companies kuowa-aud we know toem 
all. Write at once. 

DR. W. E. MI7FLIN, Gen. Ifnnsger, 
quo-Kcr-lne Drug Co., Philadelphia. Pa. 



Wanted, 

Single Women, Siller Teams, Sketch Teuu 
. • and Hoveltr Acti. 

No win. room,. 
II. L.B. BOWNEr-TRAYMORB CASINO, 
Kranklin anil Paca B18-, Baltimore, Mil. 



11 



1 to 6 night stand. Write In. 0. R. FISHER, Mew 
Lycenin Theatre, Bprlngfleld, Ohio. 



WANTED, FOR 

OSMAN 

Stock Company, 

Al BINDING AND DAN01NO 80UHRETTE, OEN. 
BUB. KAN, capable of playing a heavy. Other 
Useful People, write. JOHN OSMAN, 

Parkenburg, W. Va., Aug. 1S-1B, 



STETSON'S U.T.G. 

WANTS 

HARRIS, ST. CLAIR, MARKS, 

OPHELIA, and EMELINR. 

Al... MUSICIANS tot B. it O. 

Sh(nropeH8 Aap. 29. Htate salary . Will advance 
ticket. AdUrfSB WM. KIBUI.K, Ml. Cleroeua. Mil i] 



Wanted Quick 

strong Emotional Leading Lady, and woman for 
Ingenues and Heavies. A-One Gen, Bos. man, 
with good Hpeclaliles; Heavy Man and Comeolan. 
Others write. Must Join on wire. Fenberg Trio, 
answer. Address Quick. C. F. LEASURE, 
- Xenla, Ohio. 



Wanted Immediately, 

GOOD JUVENILE WOMAN AND 

MAN FOR HEAVIES 

For REPERTOIRE. Join on wire. Others write. 

Htate all. FRANK .T. 1IARVKY, 

,_ PeekaklU, N. Y-, this week. 



WMU SKETCH TEAM, 

Man and woman, up in medicine business. Pref- 
erence to those) play ng some Instrument. Other 
Useful People, write. 

GRAVES, Box 934, Ashtabula, Ohio. 



HARRINGTON STOCK CO. 

WANTS MUSICIANS 

That double hand. Orchestra or Btage for balance 

of Hummer and Winter. Must deliver Ihe goods. 
Address MERLE M. BAKKH, Bandmaster, 
Bloomlngton, lnd. 



WANTED, 

Calliope Player. 

1. 1. BDSBV, Evaosvllla, IndUaa. 



WANTKD, 



Must Join at once. Address 

H.UARRBTT, care show, Herkimer, N. Y. 



Wanted, Immediately, 

For two Block Companies, playing Ogden and Baft 
Lake, Leading Lady, Heavy Men Comedians, Char- 
acter Women, People all lines. 

Address UTARNA THEATRE, Ogden, Utah. 
Larr y WillianiH, write. 

AGEWf 

AT LIBERTY. 

li jcarfl'exporlenco; Al lilll pvBtor. Bent rofer- 
«uco. HSfKHTOIKK COMPANY PREFERRED. 
Adilruas llAUHV ORAJIT, 

»a Yarlclt at., New Yorlt Olty. 



WANTED QUICK, 

CHARACTER WOBES, 
SONG and DANCE SOUBRETTE. 

Other, write. J.J.. TEMPKST.JTMteliaven, 1-a 

THE BOSA H0n8E, &KJ,ffi£ 

HARU-ARKT ROSA, l'ron. 

Klegant Table, Home Cooking, Gas, Baths. 
Steam Heat. Rates, *5 nyd $G. Reserve 
rooms In advance. Centrally located. 



AT LIBERTY, 



No. I M. P. Operator, 

Wltll or wltootit machine. Add. 

P. BAIIO; 122 WlllQII«hby Ht.. BrOoVlTII, S. Y. 



KD. W. t'OOKB, ll»T.r«tn.w, IV. V. 



For Sale, Black Ait Outfit, Used Some, 

114; Por. Outfit, .12; Serpentine Dance Drcaa, $8; 
lot of TrlckH cheap. Kucloso Hlantp for answer. 
KHS WM. OARL, 284 Court SI., Huclicaler, N. Y. 



HOOSE WITH THE GOODS. 

ALL WISE CHICKENS FOLLOW ME 

A rare nlL Now belnlt featured with Mb Bticcem by JOHN RnCKER (The Alabama Blossom), wm, t |, 
DANDY DIXIE M1NSTREL8. 

WHEN THE HEART 18 SAD 

Another great ballad by CECIL MACK and TH08.LEM0NIKR, tbe composers of "Just one Word of 
Consolation." 

THE SUN AM SHINIK', WHY DON'T YOU BO? 

A plaintive coon nallail that I* fast winning Itewaj to the front. A feature In the DANDY DIXIE 
MIN9TKKLS. .„ ; 

Prof, cople. fre 

Tol. 2T00 Murl. 



<fl9inr.ijO. , „ : 

Prof, conlea free. Bend late programme. No card.. 

ABtblltll A UMUIIiail, 117 w. 2Tih St.. Near Sixth ATe., N. Y. 



WASTED, FOR 

Cooley * Hagan's 

FLOATING THEATRE, 

SiHterTeam, Novelty Team, B-Flat Clarionet and 
Baaa Drummer. Route— Bath, . III., 10; Havana, 
in., ll: Kingston, III.. 12; Pekln, ill.. 18; chilli 
cothe, 111., 14: Lacon, 111., U; Henry. 111., lfl. 



WANT ATTRACTIONS. 
Firemen's Carnival, 

MTROUDSBVRO, PA., 

Week Auk- 2°-26: Ferris Wheel, Hovlng Picture 
Show, Punch and Jndy, Illusions, Fortune Tellers, 
Freaks. Platform Shows, Vaudeville tor Casino, 
etc Valuable concessions. We are booking all 
shows direct on per cent, except Vandevijie Acts 
for which we pav aalary. WILL RENT TENTS 
from yon. MEET me In NEW YORK, Saturday, 
Aug. 11,11 o'clock A.M., at Hotel Rossmore, 42d 
ana llroaaway. You moat show me. 
R. 8. HDRI). Local Manager, StroudEbnrg, Pa. 



WANTED, 

Band Leader, 

Musician*, Trap Drummer. Write or wire 

SUN BROS. SHOW, 

Toledo Ob to. ' 



WILL BUY 

AGA APPARATUS. 

Mnat be In good working order, and will pay cash 
for same. Address magician, 
Suite 335 Knickerbocker Theatre UulldlDR, 
■ New York City. 



W^anted, 

Al Snake Banner 

Must be 12 by left. A second hand one will do. 
C. A. DUNLAP, Blcctrlc Park. Newark, N. J. 



wanted, 

TODSS LEADII6 BED, HEAVY IEI, aod 
GOOD 6EREBAL AOTOBS, lor 

NOBLE BROS.' COMPANIES 

Address QEO.'M. NOBLE, Arkansas Olty, Kansas 



HUNT'S SILVER PLATE SHOW 

Wants quick, Acrobatic and Contortion Team, 
Tall Talking and Acrobatic Olown to do concert 
torn. Clarionet and Trap Drummer. Address 
Cantocook.'N. II., 9: Henlkcr, N. H., io; RillHboro 
llrldge 11, Antrim 13, Denninuton 14. 

WANT GOOD SOBER COOK. 



AT X^IBRJSt^TY 

PAUL HILLIS 

JCVESU.KS. GENTEEL OLD MEM, OENftRAL 
BDU1NESS. One piece or A No. 1 Repertoire Go. 
ADDISON. New York. 



WANTED IMMEDIATELY, 

0E1R&L BUSINESS MK Al 
WOMSJi 

With Specialties. State all. Send photo. WARD 

B. MATTIUE, care of Hotel Bernard, London, Out. 



F. H. STORY WANTS 

MUSICIANS AND PERFORMERS. 

1 Tuba, 1 Trombone, Comedian, Sketch Teams, 
Silent Act, Musical Team, {•■ Double Band. Others 
write. Ohas.' Bonnet, Willie Fenlmrg where are 
yoaf No tickets unless I know you. No more for 
mine. F. «. STORY , Canaan, New Hampshire. 



Tigers/Tigers, Tigers. 

Two mrgo tigers, three male leopards, three 
females;' two male African lions; monkoys, all 
kind* and, sizes, cheap; HuakeB, largo boas, also 
small Bosco »nakcs; iguanas and HzardBand sala- 
inandet-H; corkaloos and mackaws, tucang. par- 
rota. The Old Sellable Animal Dealer HENRY 
HOI LB, 388 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn. N. Y. 



WANTED AT OHGE. DRIMHTIG PEOPif 

To double In brass. Answer ipiiok. 

HARRIS A KING, 1531 West 6th St., Marlon, Ind. 



WANTED, TO BUY SMALL PERFORMING 

DOQH, Quick and Free Workers. Also Perform- 
ing FonicB and Monkeyn. Apply by let.er. 
GAIT. ROBHKOFF. Hotel Metroiiole, New York. 



WANTED, COMEDIAN AND OTHER 

MEDICINE PEOPLE. ED HENDERSON, Alt. 
Ephralm, Nolilo Co., Ohio. 



Wanted. IRV1NEDALB PARK 

Vaudeville Acts of All Kinds. Two weeks to 
people wbo can change. RUSSELL, 

Care of Warren at. Railway Co., Warren, Ps, 



WANTED, PEOPLE, GOMIC 1URN; SMALL 

WAQON SHOW. Will liiiv UuiiIilDg O.llcrr. 
Qilaloa, Large Snake. 8m, n Tcni. aud Fl ma. 
PHOir. HAKKV SMITH, Ural!, Pa. 



PASTOR'S 



FRED MY & CO., 

The 4 Gregorys, 
Ybrke Comedy 4, 
Carroll & Baker, 

Ramsey Sisters, 
Great De Bois, 
Marron & Marron, 
The Vitaeraph. 



Reidy St Currier, 

Horsky, Bergere & Co. 

H. V. Fifagerald, 

V/ilburHeld, 

Elliott, Belair& Elliott, 

Kimball Bros., 

The Burkegraph, 



Ol Iflark CI... V.mdrvlU. Tkaa.tr... 
at. MBYEBFKr.B JR., PIIE8. j 
BtAItTlN BECK, QBNEBAL MANAGBB. 
All Applications for Time Moat be AddraaMi 
to C. B. BHAY, Bookln. Uananr, 

MajMtle The.tr. Bulldlnir. ChleaioT ill. 



Huber's "ff Museum 

WASTED, 

STflOIB CDBIO BALL 1TTBA0TIOI8. 

AddresB J. B. AS DKRSQN, Mgr., as above. 



BERTRAM MILLAR. 

«T ff ■ Mln ST., NEW YORK. 



NOVELTY MIIHIUAli ARTISTE, 
"THE LADY WITn TBB CLARIONET." 



39 QERRARU ST., 1.11a uON, W. 

TAFF VOLTA A ROBERT 6'MEERS 

Artista wanting Earopoan time write, Btnunff open 
time and toroiB. Uable, ''AQONIC," LONDON' 



Adgie and Her Lions. 

Touring England for the Summer. Addrcaa N. Y. 
CLIPPER. Offlce, 48 Cranbourn St., W. C, London 
England. N. Y. address. 2T0 Kaat 41th 3L, R. Y. 



Gill Brown 

nopklna' Park, Kangas City, Mo. 



— I1IMB1HI8- 

Permanent Address, N.Y. CLIPPER. 



<t 



»> 



SOUllKETTE LEAD,' with Sullivan A Vance's 
I "The Bnrglar'a Uaughter." 



OBVIL1L.B & FRANK 

Aro working this week at OEDAR POINT, SAN- 
DUSKY, 0. MRS. OKVH.LE la on the farm lu 
N. U. with CHESTER. 



THE SHREWSBURYS 

(MARCIE and LILLIE.) 



ni' 111 m m. 

Munt be thoroiifrliiy competent. In all lines or 
candy making and imder-tund running of a noda 
fountain. To work In foreign territory with a 
year'ti contract and transporLatfon paid. None 
hut experienced men with gilt edge references 
need apply. State terms. AddreHB 

BI. O. II., care Of N. Y. CLIPPER, N. Y. 



PROFESSIONALS, 

Scrui a postal for profeas. copy or waliz pons', 
Leary's '-Alleyway;" piano In k-iiat, orchCBtratloa 
In P. It you can atTord it send 10 cents for good 10 
part orchestration. If you can't I'll Bend it free. 
Write plainly, some have been returned. Com- 
plete copies with "Original" Leary's portrait on. 
now ready. Don't get ''fussed" because I'm uoi 
on West — Hi street, New York. 

OIIAB. H. COLES. Mlddletown, Conn. 



FOR LEASE, 

RAILROAD JACK. 

4- A t: t Sensational Drama. Six People Cast. Total 

Kcuolpts, aSO' Nights, $0T,8£I.O0. LOW Terms. 
Elegant Printing. , fclADELON OAUFHAN. Carl 
Juiicil- n.MiftHourl. , '.- 



lfferB FOR BVBIIYBODY, 

1 Hlg 1'rollts. Uoaltsrs auu 
Agents, write for whole- 
sale catalog of the latest Puzzles, NovelticH aim 
Pocket Tricks. VNIVKltSAL bUPPLY CO., 122 La 
Salle St., Chicago. Established 1890. 



ffii, 



I'm Going Away to Leave You Hannafi," 

Orcat Negro Jahllee Song, Just out. Sendtro- 
gram or 10 conte. 

H. MORSE, 293 Broome St., N. Y. City. 



5ks.2^rfi?ESI>, 
MEDICINE PEOPLE. 

Addrc n WO NDER HBB1ICO., Modoc, III 

SCENERY" FOR SALE.I 

0. F. B1TNKR, 120 Short St., Harrtahnrg, Pa. 



Leader, Violin, at Liberty. 

Experienced all lines. Lncatc or travel. Add, !*s 
LEADER, 160 W. Mlh.Bt., H. T. 0. . 



Wanted, Versatile Comedian for Vedlclnel 

Company; put on acta and cliamrefor week and 10 
day atands. Must lie Bober. io and ex. Tickets If 
not loo far. Ream A Hniton, HrlBtorlo,(,reenCo.,Pa. 



B E TI^ LITHOGRAPH" 

ABOUT HALF T.HE.PRIct. 

HEW LITHO.TIMT; PAPER 

SE.»*n'/Oft.C>TlL0QUE , '"'. . ■ 

Morrisoii ShuwiRrinLiir.it 



BRASS BAND 

Ir«tramont-i,Oornob\Tninip«(B.9'™ 

ionnto. Violins. Hnndolinj, nto. HttB 

A.lloidj'n "Oem Make" l? atni S" J* 

lor OntiloBuo, marl fit fret. OI»w«"»- 

_ •* priP"" onl6,000 HlM ^SSSH 

tmltMlon*. KBuffifW In«tnnneBW 

•oat on Approrsl. MonthljF»7n»eaw- 

LYON A MEALY* 65 Mimi SI.. ChlcMo 




ATTGUST II. 



THE HFEW YOEK CLIPPER: 



W7 



Jolxn J. 



Selixxa. 



CORBETT & FORRESTER 

THIS WEEK, MIDWAY PARK, MJtDDLETOWN, N. Y. 

« ^ ., I.AST WEEK BIG HIT AT PASTOR'S. RETURN WTOV. 12. 

Managers, kindly loot ns over. At Liberty for next season for BURLESQUE. FAROE CQE2EKY OR VAUDEVILLE. 

___j Address SifiS EA6T lltKi a*T.. NK<W YORK. 



B. F. KEITH'S 

THEATRES AND VAUDEVILLE B00KIN8 CIRCUIT. 



Keith's Theatre Boston, 

Keith's Bijou Theatre Boston, Mass. 

Keith's Theatre Providence, R. I. 

Keith's Theatre Pawtucket, B. I. 

Keith's New Theatre Philadelphia, Pa. 

Keith's Prospect Theatre Cleveland, O. 

Keith's Theatre..,.. Columbus, 0. 

Keith's New Theatre Portland, Me. 

Keith's New Theatre ...... Manchester, N. H. 

Keith's New Theatre Lowell, Mass. 

Keith's Royal Princess Theatre. London, Eng. 
Keith A Proctor's Union So. Theatre.N. Y. City 
Keith * Proctor's 23a St. Theatre.. N. Y. City 
Keith* Proctor's 5th Ave/ Theatre.N. Y.CIty 
Keith * Proctor's 68th St. Theatre.-N. Y. City 
Keith A Proctor's 120th St. Theatre.N. Y- City 
Keith A Proctor's Theatre. .Jersey City, N. J. 

h\ F. Proctor's Theatre Newark, N. J. 

V. V. Proctor's m heatre Troy, N. Y. 

P. F. Proctor's Theatre Albany, N. Y. 

Harry Davis Grand Opera Houae.PlttBburj;, Pa 

Chase's Theatre Washington, D. C. 

Kernnn'a Marvland Theatre., .Baltimore, Md. 
rand Theatre Syracuse, N. Y. 



BIJou Theatre Altoona, Pa. 

Shea's Theatre Buffalo, N. Y. 

Shea's Theatre Toronto, Can. 

Cook Opera House Rochester, N. Y 

Temnle Theatre Detroit, Mich. 

S. Z. Poll's Theatre Worcester, Maas. 

S. Z. Poll's Theatre Springfield, Mass. 

S. Z. Poll's Theatre Hartrord, Conn. 

S. Z. Poll's Theatre New Haven, Conn, 

S. Z. Poll's Theatre Bridgeport, Conn. 

S. Z. Poll's Theatre Waterbury, Conn. 

S. Z. Poll's Theatre Wllkes-Barre, Pa, 

S. Z. Poll's Theatre Scranton, Pa, 

Colonial Theatre .....Lawrence, Mass. 

Empire Theatre Paterson, N. 3. 

Empire Theatre Hoboken, N. J. 

Valentine Theatre Toledo, O. 

Trent Thentrc Trenton, N. J. 

Bennett's Theatre London, tint. 

Bennett's Theatre Hamilton, Ont. 

Bennett's Theatre Ottawa, Ont 

Bennett's Theatre Montreal, Que. 

Henderson's Music Hall Coney Inland 

Celeron Theatre Jamestown, N. Y. 

AIho Booking for 20 Parka and Seashore Retort*-. 
«■* will benefit themselves by keepinn; tats office inform*! at 
their route and open time. 

B. F. KEITH'S BOOKING OFFICES, St. James Building, 

'■'"•». K. HOOODON. Bookln K Mananar, 

8S3 to »»» St. Jam«i Building, HEW TO KK CITY. 



Parlor 



THE BURKE-McCANN CO. 



Man for Oeoteel Heavies. Man for Strong Line of Characters, Man for Responsible Gen- 
eral Business (with specialties), Man for Small Parts, who has up-to-date moving pic- 
ture machine and ill ma. A good looking young woman for heavies and a few characters. 
State all In first letter. Rehearsals Aug. 20. In Scrnnton.Pa. Ability and good ward- 
robe essentia!. M. McCANN, Mgr., 1015 Clenrvlew St., Scranton, Pa. 



PAYTON SISTERS BIG CO., 

Man With Strong Singing Specialties 

To Play Light Comedy and other Parts. State Age, Height, Weight, Experience and Bitiarv. Send 
rnoto.wuleh will be returned. C. S. PAYTON, Mgr., Littl e Rock, Ark., Ang. 0-11; Fort Smith, Ark ,12-25 . 

WANTED, 

DRAMATIC PEOPLE IN ALL LINES 



ALSO SPKOIALTV PEOPLE. Long season. 



Sure .Alar.. Address 

OASPARD BROS., Bloghamton, New York. 



7-TH SUCCESSFULSEASON. 

"MOORE'S ATTRACTIONS." 

WANTED— A full acting company for repertoire. Property man to piny some parts. A Hustling 
Advance Agont. Those doing Specialties given preference. Name your lowest. Pay your own. We 
nay salary here. Send photo. Don't miarcprenenr. Would like to hear from a Feature Specialty, 
will lease a good play with paper. Address FKED'K MOO UK, Box 103 A, apt-ingv.1, e, Utah. 



JULIAN and LA MOTHE 



NOVELTY flYMNASTS AND EQUILIBRISTS. Address 



Care of t'LIPPElt. 



WANTED, Tlir PflllUTDV 11V S. and D. Comedian, Character Woman with specialty 
ton | tit lUUNlHI JAJ— (old maid), 



Rehcaraa's Aug. :w, near Pittsburg. 



State all and lowest ilrat letter. 

J. U. uaum.vN, Jdlamhburg, Ohio. 




Which 

nolBe- 
leHsly 
projects 
a nicker' 
less pic- 
ture. Sur- 

pKflflOKI.il 

other ma- 
chines In 
durabili- 
ty of con- 
struc- 
tion, 
work- 
manship 
1 a a d hn- 

lsh.. Can be fitted with Power's Original Fire- 
proof Magazines and Take-op Device. 
I. POWEB, 117 Isaaau Street, lew York. 

All of oar apparatns [s tally protected by United 
SUtes patents touod or pending, and Infringe 
meota will be vigorously proseouted. for sale vj 
.11 leading dealers. 
Chicago Jobbers, KLEINE OPT. CO. 

San Francisco Jobbers, MILES BROS. 
AuUnrlztd Philadelphia Agent, 
.; . LIU. IWAAB, 338 Sprues 81 

WANTED, SOTJBBET1E 

ran c h nnge frendcntly, or LADY PIANIST, young. 
goud looking. Reliable co. Pleasant engagement. 
ARL1E PALMBIt, Oen'i Dcl'y, Rockland, Maine, 



At liberty, AGENT, 



Twenti 

care of 



Team' excellence. F. L. LAMBERT, 
Wellington Hotel, Napoleon, Ohio. 



WAXIEIr AT ONCE, 

Riiigle Women, Sinter Actn, Sketch Teams, >'qpod 
people' beware of knockers." PAlace Music Garden, 
Schenectady, N. Y. f Mrs. Win. W. Osborne, Prop. 



One Full Grown Ocelot, 

Or Leopard Cat ; One Pair Coatl Mundls, 
"Inrite . nlao Iguauan. or Tree Lizards, al- 
ways on hniul. J03IOPH IIAitHLS, Importer 
anu Importer, Animal Dealer, Taniplco, Mei, 



DRAMATIC PEOPLE 

Leading Man, Heavy and Character Man, Come- 
dian and Soulirclte, Leading Lady, Lady Pianist, 
People for Gen. Uuslness. Kebearsalii Aug. 20; 
open Aug. 25. A long Hcuson. One night stands, 
state all particulars. Enc.ose programmes and 

[>hotos, which wtil be returned, and slate very 
oweataaian: pay your own. ACdress 

CULFIANE, CHASE A WESTON. 
maa-iSTO Broadway, N. Y.it'lty. 



WANTED, 

Al HOIIOH P10TBBE OPEBATOI and 
ELBOTBMUI, 

Thoroughly understanding the repairing of slot 
machine*. To work In foreign territory with a 
year's contract and transportation paid. None 
but experienced men with gilt edge references 
need apply. Slato terms, Addrona 

M. <]. il., care of N. l\ OLIPPKIt, N. v. miice. 



mmm mine co 

WARTS QUICK, 

Heavy Man (to direct), Juvenile Leading Han, 
Progeny Man, play parts; also Repertoire People 
all lines. MAX A. ARNOLD, Mgr., 

Calais, Me., Ang. 9-11; Kastport 12 and week. 



WASTED, PUR 



m ■ m m a. 

Juvenile Woman toplaysome M>avlcs. Comedian 
with speolaities. other useful Rep. people writ*. 
All particulars first letter. RehcaruaiH Aug. 10. 
8. M. LAPOKTB, Waverly, N. T, 



WANTED QUICK, FOR 

KIT CARSON 

MUSICIANS and ACTORS. UAR1TONB, THAI' 
DRUMS, OENKRAL IlUblStlSS WUHAN that 
docs specialties. 

TOM WIEDEMANN, Hctil tkley. Neb. 



WANTED, 

Medicine Performers, 

Sketch. Teams and Musical Acta. Jlmm, Leafde, 
wnle. AUdrcis JJD. aIimunii, Mar.liaelcl, Wis., 
Pare <>1 tjiiafcer Medicine Co. 



Wanted, for 




Useful Repertoire People, 

All lines, with specialties preferred. I.ona; Bea- 
ton. Address 

I>. O. HARTMAN, 

KENT, OHIO. 




HAS LABOR DAY 
AND WEEK OPEN 

For Good Repertoire Company. Capacity all 
week. D. M. HARTHAN, Kent, unto. 



Wanted. Good Attractions lor the Siason of 

lliuo-nT. NHWVIIXIO OI'KHA IIOU8K, Nev- 
vllle, I'd., SO miles southwest of Hnrrlnl'tirR. 
1l11.nl Bliow lown. WKAVEIl & BUST, Mgrs., 
P. O. Boa 17, Newvllle, I'a. 



WANTED, 

LADIES FOR GENERAL 
BUSINESS. 

Alao Singing and Dancing Soubrcite. Utlier Use- 
ful people. Lady or (lent for Hlustratetl Sonirs, 
Havo tholr own sllden. AddrcBS Latrobe, fa., 
week Aug. 6: Hast PlttshurK, Ph.. wcukAug. l:t. 
JKAVON8 STOCK *J«. 



WANTED, 




Sober, reliable, Direct, Transpose. Join imme- 
diately, LORNB KLWYN CO. Rutland, Vt. p week 
Aug. 6; North Adams, Mass., week 13. 



Wanted, for 




II 




Profeieneo to one who slogs. Write or wire 
Toiuca, M., Aug. 9-11; Pekln 12, Lincoln 13, Jack- 
sonville 14, Taylorvillo lfl, Decatur 18. 

SHHRMAN MiAKNN, Manager. 



WAWrXJtBD. 





VIOLIN, double slide or bsrltono. Wire answer 
my expense. BILLY WARD, Hooligan's Troubles, 
Ncche, N. D., Ang. 11. 



MftHABEBlTbFTlRST CUSiTsTBEEf FAIRS, 

CARNIVALS OB OTHER ATTBAGTIONS 

To write to Mecrotary of tho KAULKS at 8T. 
(JHAKLKS, MO., in regard to giving Street, Fair 
or other Entertainment under trie auspices at the 
KukUv-i. St. Charles has a popnlatlon or 12,uru, 
and Is a wide open town. Address 
H.U. BI. THABK, Hec'y. 



WANXED, 

To join on wire, Cornet, II. k 0.; Cornet or Alto to 
Double l'rops, Top Tenor, Straight or Comedy 

Acn.bft.Uc Act (2. Men) . 

CULHAJSE, CHASE AND 

WESTON'S MINSTRELS. 

flreenport, N. Y., Aug, »; Wakefield, It. I„ Ang 
10; W.ukr.ird, it. I., Aug. 11. After 1,370 Uroad. 
way, N. Y. City. 



WANTBU. FOR 



WHITE'S STOCK CO., 

Small child for strong parts, womon Tor pianos, 
man with picture machine, eloctrlelan, good team 
with strong speciaitie* and play part*. Other use- 
till people, write. ' Send program)*. Cnnuse few 
dropB or Alp Van Winkle, and m .uataln drppH. 
Address ALLKN 0. WHiTi:. Mgr., Adrian, Biloh. 



v^A.wrTTE:i3, 

Juvenile Man Pianist 

Ami otlier Useful People. I,.v VEII.VA MOOUK 
DTul.'K CO., Nonli Balem, lid. 



WANTED, 

A FIRST GLASS B. F. GOMEOIAN. 

Change fur week. Other good Med. I'eople, write 
or wire. M. D. SCOPIKjLD. 

Independence Kansns, care of HCOKI1' Ll> »HUW, 



AT LIBERTY, 

FEED CUMMINGS, 

MUSICAL DHIECTOK (PIANO).' ' i 

Transpose and High t Header. Addron 

g FORI* HT., Ogdunnljurg. N, Y, 



Wanted Two Men, due Woman, 

FOR UKMKItAl, BUNINR.B. I 

IltJIlT IMHOM, NOKl'ULK, NBBI1ASKA. 



Good Somersault Dog 



J. II. 3, care of i-i.iri'Bk. 



AT LIBEBTf, FSAHK BA83ALL, 

Kcuentrle Character Artist, Vocalist and Danrer. 
Coanae of ten. Coin act*. Address 

HICKORY uilOVK, S. C. 



AMSTERDAM THEATRE, 

efith STREET AND B'WAY, NEW YORK. 

WAIVTED. 

At nil times. Hlah Olma Vauilrvlllo Adi fbr Contluuoua PeiToimanca. 
Al Piano Plnyer, si K ht Knuuter. 
VIMnving Picture Outtli, Complete, to Change Wonkly. 



TIIKATllK OPENS AU0.20. 



Address DAVIS A riaAltK, Managers, 




L. SCHWARTZ 
TRUNK WORKS. 

EST. 1869. 

412 6th Ave , Cor. 25th St., N. T. City. 

\ ■ ». 1 10.KS 111.15 1 1. in 111.111) 1I.U1 I4.WI in, HI 

Prof. i) H II ll Oi .18 40 



Prof. 7.30 K.nu g.ro 11.00 11,1(1 I0.IHI 1(1,91) 

No. H as so :.a .w ;;,i :» «j 



StMl 
Cl.il 



.1.(10 .1.111 (V.(I0 O.no T.OO 7.10 X.OO 

an an n al m a. to 



Write for ealalog II. 
-tyli a of trimkH. 



We make over lio dllfen at 



WANTED IMMEDIATELY, 



-- V O R 



GRAND OKI IKIIN BELL, 

CIRCUS ACTS OF Arvl* KIJVJXS. 

Novelties, KiiucHtrltLiiH wirii stock, Animal Acts, Mindr-at Acts, riymiiBHta, oti 1 ., now traveling with 
Cirfliue* in the L'nltcd sii.eoh, dettlrous of neitr future engagoinouiH, •-oinmojiluaie at onru with 

J. 1IAIIUY Ala<K\. ot Westttth St., Nhw York Cllj. 
.scnii full description or actn, Willi nmniji>r of adtilta and chllilren In oanli, togetlior with auurr in 
Mexican money. In dm letter. 



INTERNATIONAL 

> STOCK COTVII»JBi k IW , V, 

»1 I.DIDISI. WtillAN. IIIIIIIT I1K CI.KVKI1, Oil WII.I. UK C1.DIBD AT KIHKT 
RBI1BAK8A1.. ( l.KVKIl CHILI) WITH Hl'lUIMl HI'UI lAl.TY. NO! (IVKIl ■(> 
VKAIIH (II. 1). ADVANl'IC AUHNT Willi WILL won It. Plfjl'OltH MAIIIIINH 
WITH KIHNT OLAHN KII.MN. AI.WAVH A O(K)l) DPKV'.VO Villi ( LF.VKIl 
PBOPLB IN ALL LIHKH. Adrirc*. 



HARRIS 

'•<•• INTBRHATIUNAL 



5 LUMBERG, 

1 I1KVTI1I,, NIAUAUA CALLH, V. Y. 



OPES TIDE II SEPT. FOH 000D OIE RIBBT STAHO ATfRlOTIOIS. 
HEBE rOB H1R8TBEL SH0W3. 



BIS I0IBT 



PARK THEATRE, 
BATONNE, N. I. 

MAINLINED. R.R, Off,. J, 
NEWBA.YONNE THEATRE 

i'> Now In <-i,\\Tw (,r rojjsinn'ii-jn, coHtlng tir-.ii.io, Moilcrn ami Pireitroof, will upon vet. l. 



FOR TERMS, ETC., 

Addr.ii 

E. A, SCHILLER, 



POPULATION 

45,000, AND 

35,000 TO 

DRAW FROM, 



FILMS FILMS FILMS 

EDISON, BIOGRAPH. PATHS, VITAGRAPH TOR HALF. 

10,0(11. ft. of Film, tiiointttMl on retils of StfsStd WOWI* i-iu h, tiuty jJ'4^,0> per real. 

(Shipped fur examination on rmiolut of W.oo por.racl. * 

1 Powcr'j Cninblnallon ?Ia* liini-. Moving ritinif utnl Ht»r«<0]itlcoit. only I0O.VO* 

Hhlppcd for uxniulnimoii on receipt of •lo.OD. 
1 Rdlaon Vnlverml, com»l«te with lllmn s.iitl ion« alldoi, «lm;-i, wl -e rheoitst, 
parsed In a trunk, only SUO.OO. 

Hhlppud for examination on mcclpt of $10.00. 

WK HAVB TUB I/AHOB8T HTUCK OF HOIVU HLIDED IN TUB WOULD. 
• Some from 9!l.01> per «ii nn.t np. 
WK 91 1KB ALT, KIH1>H OF MMDRM T(l (IHIIEIl 0\ » HOHT NlrT ICB, 
HB>D KO 11 OUU AVOITHT blsT i>V UAllO AINH, 



I 



H.ENT 

UVY 

► K.I.I. rlLniMAND NOMJ KI.II.KH. wll li nr xMilinul l> r.Un, 

RXCHANUB AT TUB I.UWEHT PIIK'BH. , 

OOOD OPERATORS WAMXD AT ALL TIMES. 



WE 

harsjt: «s& oo.„ 

138 East l«*h Stroot, New York, *4. V. 



JKVKU i:l.inBl) 



Tel :i 1^ <lrn,uwrry. 



ni.WAVH i,..KIt, 



CRAHAME COMEDY CO. 

■W ANTS 

REPERTOIRE PIANIST QUICK. 

Oilier Poop!«, wrlle. t.'anai llov ir, Ulilo, week »; (Jractivlltr-, Vn., won k n. 

(1HAIIAMB (OMKUY COMPANV. 



V^Aa^tJTKO quick:, 

Man, Heavy Man. General Business 
Woman, for Heavies, and Two Characters. 

AHCELL'8 COMEDIANS, - ■ Warthalltown, Iowa. 



\A/II-L.IAIVI A. DILLON CO. 

WANTM UiriCK, 
Hcfivy Man, C'oiiHMliitn, irltli Rpr>cl>iltlfl<4; Jiivtmlie Hhu, upeulAltlM preferrod; Hoiiliretto, with npe- 
clalliuii; Hocund Wotiian, for licorieH nnd cliuractern: 1'laulHl, HlHg« Unrponicr, UUMlctil Act and Hlsti'i* 
TfHrn. HelteamalH Auft.13. male all. . W, A, DILLON, «3 Kiilekeriiuukcr lliilldliiK, Swvr York. 



0BS 



tm® msw ITOBK 



4;uGij8i ii. 



NEW YORK CITV. 



J^elth A Proctor's fulfill Nrinitrr 

TheiJirrf IE. k. Rogers, resident manager). 
-Tn' spile Of I llP terrific henl a Mod slfcrd 
audience attended mnilnee of Aug. fl. Minnie 
Lmpree appeared for the first time In New 
Yorh, In "When Mir KnrHujuoke t'nme," mid 
created n tniisi agreeable impression. The 
mm sketch lolls nr ihe. third day of horror 
In San Krniiclw:o, when the fire wan nl Ha 
height. Avis Mrrrllt, n New York girl, 
n wakes to find hcrxcir thrown about her 
room, nnd donning nny attire which comes 
linndy, appears lii n combination of hall- 
room nnd lmudolr nppnrcl. Hhc wnndrrs 
Mmlcssly about the *i reels, finally blunder- 
ing Into a- h.niRc in uiilrl; dynamite h:\,< been 
M/ited,- and tltrre meet* het llniiccc, » it H. 
nova' officer, who revues her. Miss Oniirco 
wris very winsome nnd iippenllng during Mic 
parly purl of Mip sttetrh, nnd slimvod p«i4- 
lent emotlnnnl ability nl Hip. dune, (.'noko 
end Sjlvfn received n warm welcome, nnd 
Mr. CopliP dnnrPd us only lin enn, despite 
thts hp.nl. Carson nml Wlllaid ■ Racnrra 
laughs In Iheir m'x-np Kngltsh. K. It. Phil- 
Hal nnJ company. In "Upr Busy Imv." 
worker) hnrd, nnd Mr. Phillips u-nrcd n tilg 
pdrfionil sncTiiH. In whlrii riiiirlea K. wmu>T 
nbly assisted. There wan nn nppnrcnl: lurk 
of appreciation nfHnni Kllnn'o clever Juggling 
nod trickery, hm I he lirnt muxl iicnnmt for 
that. Herbert's ilogH nlfco RunVrcd grenlly 
.from (hi- bent, but tlicy worked splendidly, 
rtfd enr'ned the npplnuse bestowed. Murray 
K. Hill (find; line here) mm favnrnblv re- 
ceived In hli songs nnd stories. Prof. SI. [>n 
Bois. willi IiIh nne, "Adntn" (Ural (lino hero), 
met tvHh npprnvnl. Ilprr Kaomi secured 

fflenty of nnpl.iiiKp In hlo living- portrnlln. 
IhonrlcK nml r'nstor »flrtir Mine here) proved 
excel leni luTohnlH. nnd secured ln|x of up 
pliinso. Til* Hvclyn Slutcri fflrnt. time here! 
proved good idngers nnd dancers, nnd tdiould 
meet with BiicrPHH. WIlHnn nnd Mnc, 1n song 
nnd flnncp. ti ml Tniil Krpdcrli-k, ninlllbrldt. 
flllrd out I he IjIII. Tim kliipto^inpli wliowpd 
good rdctiirpf. 

' Bfilnnrct Th«*nlro (Dnvlri IlPlnaro. mnn- 
*nf)J — This TimiKP ■ rnnpi'iirrl Aug. (i, nflor n 
brief anmmpi- diiiknrnn. wllli lilnnrhn TiniPK, 
In "The fJlr! of tljp (Jolden Went." A fnlr 
nixed Udnnra gnv»* tin* slnr nnd eomjmny « 
lino' reception, rind nt tlm pud <if liie ser'nnd 
Hot MIkw !;nh»B remanded with n fpw lmni>V 
remarks. OhnriPfl Mlllwnrd npi»pnri*d ns Mick 
.Tohneon to good ndrnnlngp : Krnnfc Kopnnn, 
ns Jack RoilCP, look a now hold l»y Ids ex- 
i*Ollent porirnynl of Hip Bflmblor Klii-rilT. 
Othcra In' Ihp nml wwn : Wnwkle,- Harriet 
Stcrlliig; Ponorn Slim, John ('one : Trlntdtid 
-Too.' JomcB Klrkwimd : Mck, Illclmnl Iloycr; 
The Slrlnpy tMicU. Honu-i* Jnnnvi : Jtm hnrk- 
piih; Krcd Mnxwrll : "Happy" Tlnlldny. ft 
Gordon' Oltberl : "llnnilnnme^ C'hnrllp. Clif- 
ford Hippie; Dop.iiy Kliertir. J. IfnvpK Hunt- 
or; Billy ■Tncknitilili, .r. If. Jii'iirlmo: Anhhy. 
.1. Al. Rnwtelle: .7«hp t'nslro. Rohrrto 
DphIioii : lthlrr of (he Pony Knrnn, Lowell 
.1, ShPrmiiri : Jnkc Wnllnce. Kit- A. Teeter; 
Hiicklng iHlly, A. M. Itentlle; The Lookoul, 
Krod Ynrdley: A I-'ni'o Henler. Wllllnm Wild; 
The Hldgo Hoy. In M. nick: .Top, H. J,, 
Wilson: Cmirei'lliin IMnyer, lirniistln IHondf. 
W. .1. Demi Ih ninge dlreptnr; T. Hnyos Hunt- 
er. "Inn* miiti'iuer: Kred Mwxwpll, mMtotant 
Timlin. Thcnfrp. {Sulllvnii & Woods. 
BMMftrr* I.— -"^ernsK fhe Paeifte" Ih tills 
wetk'e iitli-iicllou. wllli Johnnie Ilncy making 
h hit an Willie I,Iye. The sunporl lug c«m- 

Enny l« cant, hk follows: Joe Tinnier, Kdwlh 
rqno Wllber; Bad Btnatan, ml Ormonde: 
Sam Drniulc, Bdjiar Norrln; Mike Klnnlgnn, 
Hurry A'. Klsheri Oenernl Law ton. Kdwln 
Hoon ; Sing Lee, Nnnnle Merrlng; Quong 
(Vtfg, Hni'i'y Wnllon : Acnnnontn. Qoorge 



Criterion Tliontrc (Chnrlm Frohman, 
nundgOrL — This honr.e, the first to ptwni 
a new production thin seanon, rcpfieried on 
Mondny 'evening, Aug. 0, And ■laRPgb' Infl 

the Hpnson of roofi-O" wnn visherer} In with 



Hie Ik-mcp: wenfher of the Summer there 
who were not deterred 
the resuilt being that 



were many plnygoprn who were not deterred 
by such a commit 



inc. theatre was crowdod. The nliovc dntc 
wan the ocennlnn of llatttc AVIIIiBrns' New 
York debut nn g stnr, her fl rat hid for Htellar 
hofton having occurred nt the tjavoy The- 
aire, A I In title f'ity, N. .!., or July JIO, when 
"Tlie I Jit in Cherub," her present vehicle, re- 
ceived lift Amerlnm InlroducHon. Thin three 
net mtiKlml roinedy, first seen' In this city 
on Mondny evening, wns written by Owen 
I In II, composed by Ivnn Caryl), and mused 
by IJen Tciil, Its original presentation 
Imvlng keen given nt the. I'rlnre iif Wales' 
Then I re, London, Krig., art .Inn. 13 biHf. It 
w.is dtverilng only when Its nitiBtai! numlwra 
mid the lnterpolnted fciiturcH monopolized 
the atti'tillon, thecatcliy Kirlng to the mn- 
Jorlly of Us songs, nnd the clcverncas of 
Ihe speclnltlen going a long way fmvnrd 
cininierjicllng the cn'eet o£ the hackneyed 
lines nml well worn sliunflons that were put 
for wn rd. The bonk. In fact,' wna far eclipsed 
ny the other departments of the work, and 
was tolerated beemiw* the nudlence felt eom- 
pensnli'd by the songs nnd the work of the 
players. The story of "The Little Cherub" 
concerns the adventnrea of the Kittl ■ of 
Snm.lobitry, a pn«m>ler of, public morals, 
with Mo"?' Mtmtntse, nn nctrpss, whose soocs 
be hits bitterly Clltkfsiid In n letier to tho 
papers. The' Bnr'*s four dflughtcre get the 
niiiiUeuracl.ing fever, and' In - conjunction 
with Aley MoutJtdown nrrnngp to play a 
I-lece called, "Xh'i LHlle Cherub." Needing 
sunn: profesHlunni ndvlce, they rail In the 
I'animis Molly Moninme. Tlie Knri meets 
her, of coiirne, Is Impressed, and It Is not 
long before she toys with his curls, smiles 
her sweetest and captures his Immaculate 
old hphrt. He wants to see her n Op,' nnd 
hIipi wllli the nfd of her hnjc of cosmetics, 
fixes hi in up 'sa that his own son would not; 
be nlilc to recognize him. In this awattlm 
he follows her to Diinbrlcige Weils, where 
sho t« In piny Hint night. Meurjllme li iin- 

Rcnrs Hint the Karl's son Is In love, with 
M'Myi.nnd Hie Karl's daughters nml Ajgj 
KoiiMiiti'Wu nil nildre her. so they, too, : stcnl 
nwny In Dnnhrldge Wells. Owing to n 
hunt ball they nrc nil forced tn find ijuarters 
In the Hniue hotel, tin* landlord of which bns 
to exleinporiKc a dining room for them. Here 
ft whirl of fun nnd song nnd dnuei> begins, 
nilugli'd with eiitanglenienfs nnd mlsundcr- 
utaudliiRR, nnd lasting until Holly nnd the 
entire party have returned' 1o the onH'a house. 
The earl, meantime, believes that n|l the tlirii; 
he Jiris been pleading Ms own suit with the 
nctrens, hut she cleverly fools him, and nt 
length wins his consent to the marriage of 
hermir and Ida son. Miss Williams, who" wns 
per ml tt (Ml to slug only three songs, and lo Ihj 
prominent less tfinn half an hour during the 
entire evening, wna welcomed like a con- 
quering hero — or heroine, and her songs were 
all encored repeatedly, The real hll of the 
performance, however, mi made bv James 
Ulnkele.v. who Is known to local playgoers 
for his work In support of Kdna jfny. But 
he hud no such opnorrunlllcB wllli Miss Mny 
us he hns now* mid b,e shone as a renl .u-tlst 
In his work, both In acting and 'In aimf.ng. 
Ills song about "Willie." the lvoy who fished 
for the tiddlers, wna rendered with capital 
humor nnd some flashes of renl pantomimic 
art , Tom Wise, nlways capable of mining 
n laugh, no mailer how seriously he/mny be 
luindichpped, wns excellent in spite of the 



Atkins ; Jimmy uolan. Dick I'nsco : (Jen 
tennut &rh'< Will' Sutler : Print* Wllsrnt, 
Oeorge Rlnellng; Klsle Kscott, Augusln (illl; 
Nell Hatalfon : Lllllnn. Kthol NerrTi; Mndge, 
IJIlInn iniven: Ytt Slug, Lllllnn Ashland. 
Next week. "On Onngrrous O round." 

Third AvpiihV Thnitro (Martin J. 
Dlxnn, nuinnger). — "The Mlnnntirlnns" open- 
ed for the week of v.. The east showed the 
following rotes nnd players : Mnrl. Ilolierts, 
Chns. M. Sony : "Sforin.v" Jordan, L. V, 
Hlclrs: Clay lilrnnlpaii, Loulw S. Illllver; 
flrrfdlv Cnss. Kirov Cllnlon : Shelhr B^nioii. 
Dni-8, King: "Kiunioy" I'lit, .lullan K<*ed; 
fol." Cnllowav, W. H. Brmvn : ir.lder Kjili, 
Denton. Wilson l'*orhes : Onvltl Calloway, 
Carl Ifey ■ Sandy, f.irnrge Thompson ; I'M. 
MiWglnp. Prcd Klberls: Mrs, IJenlon, Mny 
Anderson; Agnes Benton, l-'bireiice Christie; 
I'attle Hlnck. Madeline MeKny. Next week, 
"A Rasped Hern." ' V, 

rurndlsi* lloof Hiirdoii (Oscnr Hani- 
merntoln, mannger>. — The engagement of the 
Fays, tn Ihelr niystlfylng feais of 'UPtilnl 
telepathy. !s the only Important change In 
the bill ben week of Aug. I). It Is their 
third engagement, here In the pnsl few 
months, and Is announced as the Inst oppor- 
tunity lo wllneas their remarkable tents In 
njlqd .yearling, «T secnntl slghl. The in si 
weefcfi of Arlbur Prince the necompllslinl 
rcntrlloqulHt, nre mniounred, Tliere In no 
more enterlnlnlng pniTnrmcr In bis line Minn 
Mr. I'yince. Dsdrin, the dtneer. Is In her 
seconil week, :1h Ih Kinest llogun aud his 
talented troupe of sabel voenllsis, mnsk-lnus 
and dancers. This Is the seeontl week of I he 
Kom* Fords, In thetr expert dnnelng act. 
whleh han scored strongly here. Conlinued 
ehgngenicnls are : Lnlla Kelblnl.. bicyclist: 
MIsr Biillln's trained monkeys, Tti dint nml 
Arthnc In comedy ,nnd Juggling, nnd Collins 
and Hart*, nnncdy nerobnla, Itenler and 
iioudler, rtsnrers, hegnn (heir engng^ment 
lierp H, mid tlie vllngrnph showed new plr- 
1iu*es. 

PnNtor'n Tln-nlrr (Tony I'nslor, imitin- 
gerl—Th/* hut / «t M 'll Ihlnupil the niidH'iire 
lonrddei'lMy Aug. «. "I p red Rny and i'onii>:inv, 
In ii new Unman travesty t llrsl I Inn* here), 
railed forth •' fell or launhs, nnd the skit 
went •well, though perhaps not ns well an lils 
elrl one. He lily mid Currier ftung In good 
tnstc, and .were apprcclntPd : the Yoike Com- 
edy I'onr sane quite well, nnd afforded 
much JiinUKenn'iiI ; Hie Konr fJregurys gnve 
n good exhibition of hoop rolling; Horsky- 
llereere unit company. In "jlnar In Her- 
ninny.*' mgde :i great lilt in Die clever little 
Mcotcn ( .ind won Inl* of npplnusi* : If, V, Kltz- 
rernld. In his iipw one man driinin, "Miss 
ncvere's Dlainnnrl," made nn emphntlc Hit 
In his quick chndges. The tden Is mi Im- 
provement on iflh old nPt, Carroll nnd linker 
rlniH'pd wyll |itid.woii recntts; Wilbur Held, 
In filttekfnaVhe'M his hearers well In mono, 
loguo :, (be l^nmsey Sisters. In "The fllrl 
Mer-fenger," kept very busy desplle the bent, 
and merited the aiiplnnse they received ; Rl- 
llolt. Belnlr mid KUlntt pleased In their net, 
and others wi'-e : The drool Pe Bids, Kim- 
bsll Bros., ami Marjioti and Mnrton. The 
v It'* Graph closed the bill. 

lltiher'H HuHfiiiH (John II. Anderson, 
niiinagerl.- -The Rcgnrrlls. wire hnlred mar- 
vpt«. are the fpalure nltructlnit In the curio 
|u»U till' 1 week. Isbani. a Hindoo liynndist, 
ptlmcied considerable ntlentlnn', nml iimnv 
others nre seen fo good ndviinl»<ie. In the 
theatre an nniisiinl bill Is orcsi'iileil. and In- 
ilt'des : McKiuinn and HInke. /<ulmvs nnd Lee. 
and many others 

New York Then Ire (Klow A Hrlnttgtr, 
inntiagersi. — Melrtyre mid Hen Hi, In "The 
lli»r« Tree," Ktnried theirs mcl week AlHCQi 

Wnlltifk'n Thi'iilre (Mrs. Tlieo. Moss. 
malinger t; — "Ills Honor, the Mayor," opened 
Its sepo'id week Aug. i! 

il'iillnon Siiiitire Hoof linrdt'ii (Henry 
IMiicus. manner) ."-"Mite. Clmuipiigiu*" w- 
teroH l'« 'tpv^ntb wet'? Any. ft, 

Admit It* tinrdeiifW. Kramer's Sous, man- 
ngersi. — Cogan nnd llancroft. rvllur skntlug 
eniuedliins; the Zanies, trapeze and flying 
ring irymtipsls: Ltttirte Ordwny, I-Ttigllsli rom- 
pilleniie: Sir. nnd MfW. Snui King, colored 
i .inirriy duo ' Anna Mnrcedes, operntfe ao- 
prnno; i,a Male, eoniedy mngleliin. nnd the 
Burring pictures, are Ike attractions for this 
peck. 



fact that the part he vlaycd was very 
poorly written, nnd Will West, was also clever 
111 his songs'. Winon'n Winter, well known 



In vaudeville, found the el|angc to musical 
comedy work great fy lo Iter liking, and her 
siieclnity, which came well toward the end 
of the performance, made ■ real Broadway 
lilt. Her hnhaltong were nil keenly ap- 
preciated, nnd Ikt vcntrlloqtilnl work 'occa- 
sioned surprise 'nnd general praise. Iteth 
Stone performed her too dancing feats." to 
much nplirecltltton. mid Was enenred wlllimit 
ii'gnrd to the fact that the strnln upon her 
must hnve been terrlllc In ancb weather. 
The four daughters of the earl were com- 
iiiemlably nlnyed by Mny Nnudnln, Mabel 
llolllns, Wlnonn MMhtor - nnd (J race Kiehi, 
their song, entitled "I Should So Love 
lo he a Boy," proving a unrulier worlliv of 
the numerous encore?: given It. The raat: 
Karl of Haiictohury, Tom Wine ; t^iitd Con- 
gress, Andrew Hlgglnson'; Algernon. South- 
down, JnniCH Blnlceley; Shlnglu, Will West; 
I'lthclbcrt John Mnyon ; Captain He reward. 
.Martin Hnydon ; Alderman Brlggu, Ulcbaid 
Chnwnei : Mr. Orlniblo, landlord, Chnrles 
Butler; Police Sergennt, David Bennett; 
Crumm. fooimnn, John R Hogcrs; Sir Jolin 
Montelth, H. P. Heudeo : Molly Montrose; 
Hat tie Williams ; Lady Isnbel Congress," 



S:»-tth A Vmrinr'm Tvrrnty^tblrd 
jfrcr Thcntre. — Mr. nrtd. Mrs. BtM 
Ilnghca presenlcd, on Aug. (I .a comedietta 
new to New York, entitled "Suppressing the 
ITclw," Jt Is the work of Pren .L Bcnmnn. 
n Milwaukee hewspnper ninn, r HDq was the 
piny chosen In a contest. The slory tells of 
now Robert Olmntrad. a i Imt* man, white out 
on n spree, shoots niul slightly wounds his 
brother-in-law. who had l«en seat to-. look 
f«r him hy Mrs. Olmsiead. 'Mr. Olrasfeail IK 
anxious, io keen the evening papers of qn 
following dny" rroio hfs wife, fot fear that 
liny will, contain tfie account of the affair, 
nnrf 'It'trnnsplres that she is equally hnxIoUs 
to keep Ihese same papers from being rend 
by. her. husband, because she had hougliL an 
niflomoMIc with money K lven her by tilm- 
mcud for nnolher purpose, nnd had run 
down ti man, with it. The frantic ef- 
forts of hdflbind and wife tac conceal their 
respeciive stories from men other, nnd ihelr 
maneuvering, to keep t|ic pnpers from fnlflng 
Intq .cneh' others' nnn<Is furnishes, a sjnod 
groundwork for comedy, which", however> Is 
not, taken advantage of to the eit^tlt that, 
would lie productive of the best results. There 
are r number of good laughs In spite of The 
crudity shown In handling the material, nnd 
the chance Is clearly there for the reshnplng 
of the work Into more attractive form. Both 
Mr. npd .Mrs. Hughes worked conaclentlously 
nnd well In carrying the hilmor of tlie pfece. 
mid Jnines It. m*p aided them. Witllrims nnd 
WnlkorV filee Club was greatly liked, nqd 
the nndfenre was loth to part with them., 
while Kdwln Stevens, assisted by Miss Mar- 
shall, played "A Night Off," and never 
allowed the interest to flag nn Instant 
during his time on view.' Mr. Stevens' 
work is always delightful. llroekmnn. 
Mack nnd. Belmont, la "The Count on 
Mother's Account," were given warm np- 
platise. t'lq singing of Mr. Broekmajt and 
Miss Belmont being worthy of praise. Tlie 
I'onr Mrlvln Brothers," fresh from triumphs 
nt mint her New York resort, ■ presented 
Ihelr reronrknhiy clever hand to bond work, 
lo frequent burst n of npplnusp, and Johnnie 
Stanley; and. Grace Lconnrd, both' warmly 
welcomed at their first nppegranee, one red 
r most entertaining net, the former showing 
cleverness In Imitations nnd la bis well 
known dancing, nnd tho Intter ringing sev.rnl 
snugs with cn|)itiil. effect. Happy Jack flardr 
ner talked nnd sing his pnrOdlen with, ex- 
cellent results. Others wire.: The' MJsses 
Althaa, In singing nnd ncrohntle dnnelng, 
and Mnrkey nnrl Moron, character comedians. 
The inntlon pictures continue". 

WlMtnrln Grove fjosehh Hart, mnnn- 
ger). — The tenth week of this Summer sea- 
son opened most auspiciously night of Aug. 
0. with '"Seeing New York" continued ns the 
chief attraction. The performance or the 
musical skit, on Monday night was attended 
with all the eclat of the preceding weeks, 
nnd, although the night was Insufferably 
hot, Cnrrlc Do Mar nnjd the principals, like- 
wise the choruses, worked as conselcntloimlv 
ns ever. In the vaudeville portion of the hill 
there were two. cbrin'gcs, is. the newcomers 
being; The Barber-Ritchie Trio of bicyclist a, 
which scored atrohgiy, nhd the Three Lef : 
fela, In a bounding "acrobatic net. That qit'nr- 
lette continues their long and very success- 
ful engagement here, in their unrivalled, vo- 
collBniB. nnd "The FlamnturglstB" continue 
lo ariiuse ihe hlg audiences. Fcrroll Des- 
mond succeeded Cherldnh Simpson, as Grace 
van Alstync, in "Seeing New York," Mon- 
day, Aug. G. 

Aerial Gardens fKlaw & Kr longer, man- 
agersl,— Geo. M. Cohan started nls friur- 
teenth week Aug. 0, Ih "The Governor's 
Son.". 

Cnnliiii (Sam S. & Leo Shubert. mann- 
gers);-^"Tbe Boclnl Whirl" entered Its 
eighteenth week Aug. 0, when Maude Ray- 
mond returned to the cast. 



DtntAMLANo. — "The Kali ;0f. 
cIsco" bai an additional; tnhlehu 
scene, which introduces one hundrej 
npd more L than forfV, horaVB. ''llrt, 
the World." M i?reatlm,' , - , ,'I^rnob*i 
teTs,- lleE-Oatc. tlw Mldga CTty/Cai 
Venice arid thi* MoU fnafah Vlfltti 
other attractions. 

BOMOCK'S ANIMAT. 

TnmmaiW, will appear, 
with 'HendrlckHon. the' 
evenings this week. 

BrANnATTAft ' TOACH, — Rti-e's "The 
from Paris" lifls proved, sq populn; 
Joe Weber tm consented tn — 
Show until Aug. IS. which will „ 
r.lral comedy n third week. The latest bit 
lav YIjcitL eccentric Spanish and l'arlr|on 
danccB, Pain's fireworks cortthiuo to be very 
kncumsfnl: ' ' .. ," . ' 

QhiqiiTON B«acii. Park. — In addition to 
the high dive, the rckulnr Brighton Beach, at- 
tractions, KentiTu 'Anlm.il 1 HboW; the skat- 
ing rink- the bathing and the shows along 
tin* Pike still" Bttractii, great, deal of,pairon- 
nge. Kearney P. Speedy, the dsrc-devll high 
diver, Is to be Ihe free sensation, In front 
of the big arena which hotlsed" TJawnee Bill n 
lower lL'fl, feet in height has been, erected. 
pimT. nt tjic foot of It Is a shalloty in.nk of 
water, Into which Mr. Speedy wlfl dire 

BltiuiiTU'Jt ; llKActi MinOiv IIAUj ivL T. 
firover, manager). — This week's- bill includes: 
The Four fclortons, Ed. lWthohde. and eoth- 
pany, Claricft Vance, the KoiiV Rnras,' Red- 
ford niid Winchester, ' Wflly' Zlmhierman, 
Shrirp Ilrothers, Charles Qrnpcwin, nhd Ihe 
klnetograbh. : ■" 

llKNWiHHpN's, Coney Island. — BUI. week of 




of Playe r^ 



iglK Ij. SoriUBEi., manager of the May Htfi 
*«. fflfln %jjf*a in New York last week, In " ffi 

nr 3 Infere-* ' 



imerest.of his company, which Is nls'ylne- in 

New Rngland. * u 

AnRNA. The tlitcr -William A. Duncan, who hns bpen Dlav. 



the nnrt of Sam Drysdale, 
Vnclllc." 



"Across ths 




.. _ . pqilVt' "i ''«'»J •r'luuu.^ AJtii. n^,.n,^'L 

Aug: it ! McGloln and Smith, Manning's Bn- 
tertninerR, the Three Mitchells, R^yul M|i- 
slcal 1'Ive, Emerson nnd Bollen, l^ynn, rajy 



nnd; Yonhff, Prof. Bllyck's seals, Dbt^a Pel- 
lOtler, Gtic Edwards' Postal- Boys, Five Ro- 
manos. Knickerbocker Foul*, Beau and llamil- 
tdtf, Neillp. Lewis, Mile. Sousa, atsslstedby 
Harry Sloan. 

s— ■■- -■■— 

NEW 1 OIIK CITY .JOTTINGS. 



Okcab IlAHWF.nsTB.iN hns added snotner tp opevated exclusively 
his list of prima 'don'nks for the Manhat,tan I*rlnep of ■ If W Rd<*e,*' 
Opera Co., in Mme. Anna Olacoinlnl, a young, "Wjiere the. Shamrock Grow 
Venetian singer, who is said to be one of the 
finest of: the younger Italian triezzo sopranos'. 
Mr.' Ilammersteln also has engaged • Mraei 
Georglno Itu.sa, a well known dratnatlc' so- 
prano, of Milan, who Is sold to be one of the 
llnest Aldna In llslj. 

E. F. Ai.uks hns nrrauged for the produc- 
tion, at Keith & Proctor's -One Hundred nnd 
Twenty-firth Street. Thentre, for 'Hie follow- 
ing plays, by Henry Arthur Jonea" "Mi's. 
Hnhcs Defense," •"'•Tlie' MlddlMriivn," "The 
Dancing Girl," "The Bauble Shop" and "The 
Case of Iiclwlllous Susan." v* 1 ; ' 

"Montana," a new melodrama- of Western 
cattle ranch life, will he given Kb first locaT 
product lojri at Dixon's Third Avenue Theatre, 
tabov Day, ^ept. '3, 

AnotIikr the Arms, has been added, to the 
Shuhcrts' New York strlrig of playhouses, gMj 
irig them nnd their associates a total of ten 
in the metropolis. The recent addition is the 
new Lincoln Square Theatre, at 65th Street 
nnd Broadway. .The , Shuberts have arranged 
for It. to be under the management of Walter 
K, Lawrence, • who controls "the MadiBOtt' 
Square Thcalre. Mr. Lawrence? will open the 
new house about Oct, l, with a big dramatli 



r«r J £** 'I fln ^ ?*■* wh ° was for- 
merly with May .Irwjji's : company, flted st 
Itolyokc. Mass., on Aug." 4. i 

: Tko Hui'KM'do;, or-Blackmore's thirteen 
pnnfofrntph companies, - writes : "I could not 
run a coinpahy without The New-'Vork 
CbirrRB's valuable assistance. I hove (bit 
t con -eoin priii lea,' 'wo'rkinfi elgbfy-plght n«un|« 
nfld\Tlff; Ctitomf Is' a ■ 'sfflbV hf inS wel- 
come vlsltdi'. to every member of therii 1 
liftVe received many letters'froirr the best 
people In' the' business, nnd mariv rron^'H 
for positions' or at lenst rememBrdnce from 
old time friends." , 

T. Ilj W.innrtt writes that lite Kmcrgencv 
Ploy Fureiiu Is doing tveH furnishing man- 
agers of.rftock nouses, repertory' companies 
nnd„ road, producihms wltli ' ploys. 

Notes' rnoM the Edwin Bahvii! Stock Co 
—We Ha.ve been' playlnc; the Bell '&, Oleriddrf 
circuit of aliii9meri throughout fhe Rummer 
to wtj. grot|fyipf business. We' have - one 
more wijek on'thlg circuit, then we start on 
our usual rod od of.falr dates, r com"meiiclti'g al 
I'redonla. Kghi, nnd then go'ng to Ulav 
Centre and Blnckwelt; Okla, T>ese fairs we 
Inive played regularly for the past three 
years. After Hint we hnve four" more date:;. 
and then a succession 'of Ihe choicest time In 
Oklahoma and' Indian' Territory. We are 
bnoKcd solid urtill next. April. Our cothpanv, 
aiwa.Vs' a T strong one in the regular serts'ob, 
will -be stronger liinn ever. Our repertory 
WUI cpji8l*t of- copyrighted ploys, owned anil 
- > us. They are- "A 
"At Sunrise Hdllow," 

Grows," "Shadows of 

Hip Past," ,"Cot,lo» Blossoms," ."From East to 
West;" aud.'**vol'other royalty pieces, for 
wlilcn we are now negotiating. We have all 
new printing for this season, and new scenery 
fofr each 'pffty. Our vaudeville features will 
be' a feature In themselves. Our roster is as 
follows : Edwin Darrie. & Oscar Graham, 
owners; James C. Gbdjey, George Dawaot, 
S. B. SpAjnglcr. Baxter New tori, Hrtfrarfl 
Ml eke. LAwrence. Pcrklhs. Wig' Payne. Ed. 
Glrnrfl. All'dti 1 Berferin, Oetnldlii'e Godlcy, Lo- 
re! tn Graham and Myna Beeves. 
: "Tub Toiin : '(iv Anobrw Mack, under Hie 
direction of Jitines II, Decker, in Dion Boucl- 
rrniilt'*! old. hnfever n'e'w play, "Arrah Na 
Pogue," Wlllopen In, Newport, It. I.; Mon- 
ilayi'Aug. 27. An entire new priduction In 
hejflg pillnted hy Dl Frank Dbdge, from 
pliotogrophs made by Mr. Mack nn his' re- 
cent, visit 1 16 Ireland, The company- will in- 
clude atiitxed chorus of thirty voices, pit* 
sen ting tne; most complete, arid, accurate per- 
formance of, this Irish play. Mr. Much bus 
written several. mHr songs, which he will 
slngtnjs senBoii. ' '■ 

"PKnov Fno.M Pauis" ond "The Saltan of 
Sulu". will start out on th^ fifth season, un- 



production— to which clnss of attrnctidns.lt &1t\ tj*,e management of Madison Corey, with 



will' be exclusively; devoted. Mr. Lawrence 
will continue using 1 the Madison Square The- 
atre for light comedies. 

Statb Sbn atob'Tiiomas V, O'Gimdy is the 
latest contributor to the dramatic 'literature' 
nnd plate collection ot.the Green Boom Club. 
He hns given two plates framed In mahogany 
nnd gold, portraits of Stephen Price, once 
manager of the Park theatre in this cltv, 



May Nnudaiu : Lndy - Dorothv Congress; 

ibol UolllnB: Lik 1 
Wlnonn Winter; Lady Rosa Congress. Grace 



Mab 



llnlltns ; Lady Agnes Congress, 
Winter ; Lady HOT" * 
Field: Letly. Beth Stone; Mrs. Bl'Iggs. 
Emily Francis; Cuckoo Vnrtulunc. Dorothy 
Zimmerman ; Kltrv t'ranbourne, Elsa Itelh- 
Imrdt ; Maud Hoehester, Elthel Kelly; Mnbel 
DticroHs, Clnrn PI 1 1 : Mn ry Moecloalleld, 
Gruce Kimball: Olive Mnudcrvlllc, Edna Sid- 
ney 

American Thenlrc (John M. Ward. 
manager). — Hnvvnrd Hall opened his Bcaeon 
here Aug. d. to n good, house. In "The Mil- 
t''<»'ili'.> tir»tp r iivi\" wlileli stnnds tho test of 
lime well. The greatest cnthuslnsun pre- 
vailed at nil times, making up for the hick 
oC numbers In the nttdlence. Mr. Hnll wns 
piraAtii UN ever in tlie irlplo role, and won 
rounds of applause throughout for his quick 
cimnges nnd Interest hug work. rhtrnarn 
Douglas, possessliiR ,1 strlkluj; llgiirc, it plens., 
ing peraonnlily, splendid voice nnd ituprcs- 
sue 11111111101', played Mrs. Sodgwlrk excet- 
li'utly. unit was n distinct favorite In spite 
of the repellimt ehnrncler. CbiiR. Hiirtlev. 
ns Perkins; Gen. Oyer, ns Eddie, and Louise 
Horner, ns Aline, deserve speclnl commen- 
dation. The company. In general Is very 
good. The cast: The Millionaire Detective, 
lidbert Hose and Sir Boberl Bancroft. How- 
ard Hurt : l-ester Rnnd. William Stuart; 
Moses Levy, h'red Pleraon ; Charles Sharp, 
W. S. Lyons; Snmuel iMorrison. Joseph 
Weber; Dr. Sedgwick. Edwin Collins: Per- 
kins, Clins, Hartley ; Eddie. Geo, Ovey ; 
James, Chns. Hartley; Blindy, Chas. Wil- 
liams; Jorttiin, J, Wakefield: Alice Morrison, 
Anun llollinger ; iMrs. Sedgwick, Barbara 
n.i..,|,i., : Aline. Lnulie Homer; Mary Sharp, 
Viola Vanderhoof ; Mrs. Sharp, Olive Carson. 
I'Keiutive stntf lor Chns. E. Blnney Amuse- 
ment Co. (Inc.) : Geo. N. BnHnnger, general 
manager; Fred Douglas, mniiiigcr; .Inmes It. 
liorey. general ittige director; Dave Kline, 
InirdiicRN manager; Jos. Webrr, stage mnnn- 
ger; Hurry Parker, assistant stnge nmnnger; 
ll, E. CoppenspiiT. enrpenier: T. II. Brown. 
pioiH'illes ; Jus. I'nivers, electrician. Next 
week. "Hei'tho, the Sewing Machine Girl." 

Fourteenth Street Thentre (I. Weslev 
Itosenauest, numageit. — This house opened 
the season Monday night. Aug. 0, with 
"Quern of the Highbinders" ns the attrac- 
tion. In spile of the hot weather, ihe house 
was welt tilled. The work of FUna Glllett, 
Leila Davis, George Whltnkor nnd .Tomes 11. 
Waters was commendable. A drill liv Cant. 
Kellv's Police Zonnves wna well received bv 
the nudlence. while specialties by Bessie Clif- 
ford were worthy of prolonged upplause. 
The cast! George Stuart, Geo, W. Whltnker: 
Knl TonjT, Edward F. Mntinary: Clinrles 
Webster, C. W. Tnivera; Harry Arlington, 
nobert D. Cnlu ; Ikey Itmiu'w, James H. 
Waters; Contain O'Neii, Cut M. A. Kelly; 
Sergennt Thompson, Daniel Wnrren ; Alice 
Stuart, F.lma Glllett; Betllnn Otlo. Leila K. 
Davis; Snriili Buttinski, Hessle OlffonK 

I.yeeu in Then tro ( Daniel Frohmnn. 
mnnagerK — "The Lion nnd the Mouse" 
opened Its thirty-eighth week Aug. tt, oh 
which date the three hundredth perrormnripY 
occurred. ■. ** : 



Hori.-i...- At the West End (Geo. A. 
Blumbnthal, manager) n revival of the well 
known melodrnnia, "The Str.*cts of New 
York." is the offering for the current week 
and It wos presented with nil necessary Htngo 
cfftctM on Aug. fl. A' good slaed nudlence was 
on' band nt the opening performance., 

KB'fii anp Pnocfon/B O.vb IJu^nREO and 
TwH.NTY-riv/Tii HrBKPT Th'eatiib'.— Frank lyn 
Fylcs four act dramn, "Drnan Wayne,", was 
given Its Harlem prtmlew at this houso 
rfternoon of (I, before nn nudlence thot packed 
the house, despite the warm weather. ' The 
piece hns proven successful, on the road, and 
ns Mr. Fyles' well. known cleverness In play- 
writing ,1s. ogam shown to marked advantage 
In this instance, the result mny be readily 
imagined. The action of the play Is spirited: 
Hie lines nre bright, arid the general effect 
on the audience, was most agreeable. Mary 
Hall; who ml specially engaged fot the title 
role, gave a delightful performance, and the 
work of Ttobert Cuonnhigs, Jamas Keaiie, 
Robert II|l|, George Howell ind Mathilda 
Doshon was particularly good* The cost ! 
DrilM Wnyne, Mory Hall; Clarence Colgate, 
James Kcnne : Violet Gilford, Ixettn Jewel; 
Mrs. Dnrbnn Colgate. Maltilldc Deshon ; Doc- 
tor Plerson, George Howell; Jim Jorvlo, Rob- 
ert Cum m I oca ; Rodney Wnyne, Robt. Lee 
Hill i Arthur BeeKman Livingston, Al. Rob- 
erts ; Clarice Colgate. Alice Martin J Icy Jphii- 
non. Joseph lOggenton : Rev. Dr. Mldtlleton, _ 
Frank Adams; Mr. JoneB. Wm. Morrlsey : toivtMi 
Mr. Hnirls, James Gould; Wilson, a Butler, SSpIS 
Wm. Morrlsey ; Jane, a Maid, L'fllo Weston : 
Soldier, Philip White; N'urso, feuxabotli 
Whlpps, 

. liim'rm & Skajhin's Ot.n Bbibbumm Hoop 
Gabokn (Ben Hurtlg, manager).— It Is tho 
same old story here — business Is most sat- 
hinirtory— -Attd ns the attractions niTered are 
up to the standard, returns should 'continue 
big Ibroughoht tlie Summer season. The 
bill Mr this week presents Gertrude Hoff- 
man. World Comedy Four, Italian Trio, 
Hughes Musical Trio, McBrldc and Conkley, 
and. Nellie .Nichols. 

Star (Wm. T. Keongh. manager). — This 
house opened Saturday, 4, for the regular 
season, with P. Aug. Anderson, In "The 
Curse of Drink," nnd a good sized audience 
was In evidence. It npplanded the star and 
ploy, nnd Ihe Scenic effects proved very fine. 
During' the Summer the house has been 
brightened up. both in regard to painting 
MM new enrp'Jts. It now presents n pleas- 
ing' appearance, both exterior and luterlor 
having bees gone over. 



and of M/lry Ann fcec, a dancer, who ap- 
peared hV1f*-l2, In "La ■Smolensk*.*! ' - 
LoijIJs. GoTTsoitAtoc has. been se|ectcd, as ft™ n N;Iln Jloylajul,. stage "carpenter; Hsncy 



banners' flying:' new choruses' of pretty girls, 
new costumes and newly built scenery, pro- 
perties nnd mecbnblcal effects. - ■ 

Not ks ani* nnsTfttt or Tn*fc Americans, In 
repertory (Poilitlat ' Amusement Co., Incor- 
porated, munagersji- Canton, O. : Harry A. 
March, president: ArtjWir.K. Herbst, general 
agent; H. w.' ' March.'-' secretary nnd treas- 
urer: Arthur Seedbara, Henry Testa, stage 
director: Harry La Ilea ne, leader of hand; 
Jbllus Olhlioiiscri, leader of orchestra ; 



the musical director nt 'Joe Weber's Music? 
Hall when Victor Herbert's new opera h* nut 
on there. Maurice Levy will be the conduc- 
tor on the rond. 

ma tin: Cawli, will open In her new musi- 
cal play, "Marrying Mary," at Daly's The- 
atre, Aug. 81,i . ■ j 

Rkhrausals of. "The Virginian*: nre now In 
progress, and the. first pel' forma nee of the iltibef; The 

isoh will l» glren' at! Un"* Acadeihy of Mn- Mlddje West, 



sic, i.Iiih city. Thursday, Aug. l); DuBlln 
l^nrnum, now famous as the cowboy-knight of 
Owen Wisler's. crpnMon, will continue "in. hln 
role, supported by many,. of. the original. Cast.' 

-Iami:s R. Adams has been rc-engnged for 
the coming season at, the N\ Y. Hippodrome, 
ns clown, stilt .'performer ond character bits. 
Season opens Sept. '3. 

T,h,batrhs closed aub : The, Knickerbocker. 



hoy.'K" AgneB Fuller, Kthel Towtisend. Eva 
La Reane, Freda La Reanc. Mlna La Renne, 
John .D'Ot-mond. Prince Elwood, Jack Wm*- 
hurton, Mart. W. Klelie, James Ernst. Ed- 
ward Arthur, Fred Davis. Orchestra — Julius 
olnhousen, Harry. Lee, Harry La Reane, 
Joseph Gagnfili; M. R.' "Ashley; Herman Al- 
hertmneyer. Otis. E.j Arbuckle and Oscar Lut^ 
ringer; The company Is 'booked ;solid! In the 
■ "'he'" repertory Includes'; -"'The 



iiiookiyii. _ ,\( Btnnoy's Ampblon (M- 
Schleslugor. mannger) "The Devil's Auction" 
Aug. 0-1 1, The hot weather last week didn't 
seem .to hove uny appreciable effect on tha 
r.tteiidance at "Across the Pacific." Next, 
the Russell Brothers, in "The Great Jewel 
Mystery." 

Payton's (S. S. Allen, manager).— "Wo- 
man Against Woman" Is this week's offering. 
Despite the hot weather, old time Pay toil 
nudlcnces filled the bouse during lost week, 
tn witness ''The Mnsquernders." Next, "Sol- 
diers of Fortune." 

Nnw Gbanp.— Thin Is the name given to 
the old Unique.' which line been ns thoroughly 
changed Irtslrte as It has in name'.' From 
orchestra to gallery, and from stage to the 
front of the house, a, thorough renovation 
has been made. New decorations, new scenery 
nnd new seats have repluced the old. Every 
effort will be made to moke of It, a family 
tueatre for the presentation of melo drama tic 
productions, Tlie doors were thtown. open 
night of d, with Louis Ilemlnw'oy's big' scenic 
production, "The King of, Dlmn'ouds." The 
scale of prices 1b 10. 20 and 30 cents. 

Lvna PAttK.— "The Mountain Torrent," 
the latest attraction here, Is rivaling "The 
Great Train Robbery'* nnd other tdiows in 

Iiopulnrlty. The out door free circus hns 
'etc Harlow's performing elephants as the 
chief feature. At the Mundy ftnJmnl arena 
Hip two groups of lions trained' by Mme. 
Louie ond Cnpt, Crawford nre feature*. Col. 
Mundy hns also eleven groups of perform"* 
Ing; leopards and pigs. - 



Mnn-o'-Wat's Man." seen for the first time In 
this' territory at'popular prices,; "Tlie Voice 
nj Nature," "A Gitmo of Hearts.". "Let Not 
Man put ' Asunder," "'The Bohemian." "Trin- 
ity Chimes," "Tjie Color Line," "Satan's 
Imp" and "A Romance of Oklahoma," the 
latter two by Mr. Zlelle, of the company. 
The company 1 is Called the Americans, ''and it t 
is claimed it'"is the- largest, repertory organ- 
ization to ever, play tha'MIddle West. , ■ 
-■ Mn. AJib Jjiis, HAnar J. jAqksox' (Rertha 
Julian) are with Klhnt & Gazzolo's new plo- 
duOfion, "The Four Corners of the Earth." 
1/lDZtU PrIngle writes'. '.T have completely 
recovered my health : tn fact, r, nm enjoying 
better! health tnon at any time -for years. 
The low altltudt; nnd salt water bathing at 
Long Beach; Col ; ., has done great tjblngs for 
my nerytes and .stomach trouble. I-bwh : two of 
Ihe. sweRist tipartniWtr atid tb,nrlBt;*l)otels In 
Long Bench, ubd g'lve tliem my personal-'at- 
'ontTon, and enter to high class patrons. I 
r.lilt own ray home and farm' in KhoivUle, 
In,. 'niid'ihnVe 'ohljf 1 ' retired temporarily. Man- 
1 gor Mjoiosc'e. 'tjf.'tbe Hurbank Thcntte, V^>a 
Ani|e!es, offered 1 ra'c the paitof Mariniine, 
\hv circus 'glij, to ; 'ciente In his new play. 
"f*he Hrtlf, Breed.'' 1 accepted, and the play, 
|ii'onuertpn,:and company were .such a. phe- 
I'omonol sucetss It will rijii fpur'ueekn to 
packed houses," a record brtaWer.' tot' 'a: city 
the size of- Los Angeles, Long '"Bbacb- 1 s a 
hcautlfu! phiee; dtilightfullv'cdql, BJHti fine 
place for nervond' people, eflpeclsll/ 'women.'' 
P. IT,. Sui.uvah Amiisbmrnt Cp;'N)6TB^.-T- 
Gedrge Tottan* SJniith has written n nev/ 'ver- 
sion or "The ErrHhcl Boy!'! for Billy B. Van. 
The play is a. conf inuriUon" ''of the' Wnfedr 
Paul's," which MF.'"Tfolt"and bia"comnnaT ^t 11 Mr ; X n JL ^IWfS. I 5' ln3 , t seasptf with 
nre producing at the Theatre Roval Kb? r{ic K srent 9)itieai.- Th^'new piece give> hlra 
tingulshed for theeireU^ otVnmX&n\' ^ cn ^, flPPpituhltles townl'tls displaying hU 
col effects, which are some of the best Mr W^ 'II W .' It; . i3 '1 ■ t ^°. oct 3- WW 
Holt has devised. K 1,Iff ' entehy'nfiislgal, numbers, haudsomd-cos- 

„d1„ t ,;n rt „oo, sever,, Z^^JXt: S^fe W&2%tt3k 

Chas. Rognn and Chas. Clark have been en- 



Mnnhatlanl Biloit, Joe Weber's Music HaR 
Hudson, Cnrrfck, Broadway, New Amster- 
dam, Hippodrome, Majestic, Garden, Lyric, 
Academy of Music, princess*, Empire, Daly's. 
Savoy, Madison Square; Fields',' Herald 
Squsre. Liberty.- Grant)'' Opera House, Mur- 
ray HID, Colonlnl. Proctor's Fifth Avenue. 
Proctor's Fifty : elghth Street. . Tiorkville. ir- 
vlng Place. Circle, Miner's Eighth Avenue, 
Miners Bowery, Dewey and London. 

'HAPi'riVANX' HtAten Island.— At the flrBt 
m . n ?,'l ni 7, ot t,,r stP.<-'k holders of "Happyland" 
tMf oddltlonnl capital was huffinrlzed 
and provided fot, to largely 'Increase' Hi 
present list of b'oinila'r aftinctlons and add 
thirty acres to Its area, 

..^ ' . > vj — 

OUR USTItM.lAX LETTEH. 

FROSI OUR OW;N COHJlESrON'DENT. 

SroNRv, July n. 

"The Little Jllchits," nt Her Majesty's The- 
atre. Is now in Its last week, after a verv 
puccessful season. This will also be the fsrc*- 
well week or the comlc'ope'ro ; companv, as on 
Satitrduy next Chns. Frohnian presents Wil- 
liam Collier, In "Op the Quiet." ' 

The Improved edition of "In Sight of 



day nlglit.; the TllnsjonrwtTtTwi "Birth "of 
Springtime," "The LevltntlOn of Princess 
Astra and the tnlklng skull remnln rite 
eminent in the programme. ■ f 

At tho Tlvoli Theatre, the stgr attraction 
Ik Brlnii. In bin sensatlpnal turn, "Pastimes 
on 11 Buttleshlp," In which lie Juggles with 
heavy cannon, balls, and . bnlnneea n caution 
and cnrrlngo on his chin. Rrlon promlsea 

ii .1* .°i nr i 0f tb ,° l ?K B,r . ong nmn ' *«« Ha»Tv 
Itlcknrdn.haa had for long while. Larola 
he fnnqy toon w|th the. Tunny ways and 



gaged by the P. II. Sullivan' Amusement Co. 
for the forthcoming production of 'Theodora 
Knmetrs racing play, '"A'Ttnce'" for Lire."' 

I^.oiiknck Gii,bi3iIt Fpx^ who rl'cently 
ilnisbed, four week's "at Sea Breeze Phvllion; 
liotideqiiolt. N." Y.', will rest a week before 
Joining Peck's "Bad Boy" Co., for the" season. 

Wm. L. ItvYNohB-AMD'wifE (Viola' Ke*nel 
and Little Edythc Rnynore have beeh spend- 
ing the Summer at Seattle, Wash,, and will 



lug mum in nn win tne runnv m*i nnrt c * .. 

IWse Cahllil nre a!M " Biicccrtf ilfir SiBrfni UP 01 ! ""ll* PS? 1 " 1 , » M8 <>n "'* '»« CHS.'*- 

while Utile Clin mntlnii™ to n*S HlroTSi S'"J *ti ck f°- H "><>™ ri „W T " e ii 

favor with' tlio ninJIences. Itrli* Sa,l?« f c ' *"t0«. Aur. 5, pluylng tills house oil 

Mniid 1'nnlHB. Kroc] lllnelt nnd IBM, LfitfS ,llc «»•?»• W«le Edyihe Unynore played 

I'orkea Tielp lo make llie ncrtormani* a mn«? " .'iBwH. "pgnseracnt dlll'lng: the Summer 

enjorabta one. inriotraanco a mo B t w |jf t. d , l,'rawle.T'» Co,, at Scuttle. 

At tltc Palace Theatre Mr. Sncneer Is nte. r ,"i. v „ Kaufmak, manager ot "Railroad 

aenflnji n aeHes ot moving Diet iris nlnwlm- ; T " ck Co .i has been seriously 111 Tor the past 

the city ot San Francisco before TAnd Tile? ' S° "HB*** at »'• homo at Kansas. He ac- 

rhe terrible dlsMtcr, which arc rooo°°nV ivlti, S'W'P^jSrM hltnM " dufln ^ » P"t?™- 

great popularity. meeting mm anteJot | '^UajJ Crockett/' vffflcli later de- 

heen engaged as 



At tie Centenary Hall the Ftek Jubilee ve fef? T n ."..?i?„ d "SSKI* 
Singers reappeared on. Saturday night, when ..."."."i tLfiSW $S Vf. 



... Saturdav nlelit wti.n , .. MA I/A PiKRne, who "has been engaged aa 
thpfi- well balanced slngtng - pleaSJd a Iutm "S 1 w J aM . Ia ""Wort Of TjfrdHu "S*er. 
audience, encores being Ae order of thi mH ln Barabbas," will be seen fpr ■theflret ten 

... ,. — i "5.. .. » «n- weeks „( lll4 M a,on as the heroine of One ot 

Wjmgm A Uratly's '• '\Vav IJowii East" com- 
Canlea. riiocbe Davles will head the other 

company, ' 

vtAUHWoitTH riARRta, who has notpil here 



ft„ J so J e r nl „ notal)le >ffl¥* choruses bclag 
Inbltided In the progralnnie, which were spe- 
cially notable for the ntrentlih to the llghls 
and shades of the im|slc t . B 

flTta r r>,„.o» -vt i "" , . Ui- "Wrprt"' Mme"'ModlMk«"and"nTnne'ie 

81 La* aaWtfiTa coCil'fl rM ty«*sma tt *s* e-Sa 

the coming season. . "'. l " r . 



nohald*. a'-'jon'rii Canadian dramatic 
piano, for liia graiid onera compauy; 



AUGtJST ft. 



tfME STEW YO^K v CLIPPER. 



m 



D ,X Hbii-mah, agent of the Jam] Keliey 
qtock Co.. writes : "We opened oil second 
season nt PnrJa, Ky., July JO. to the largest 
house erer Been In Iberia, with hundreds of 
iwonle turned away. Mm S. K. 0. slgu whs 
out before elgb (...o'clock. Thla season Mr. 
Keliey baa the , strongest repertory company 
in the South, and 'only the larger, cities will 
be played.- Laat season Mr. Keliey was out 
tar forty-sU. weeks, and (his year he Is 
booked koHqUo June 1, ploying only Southern 
tlide . Weopeu the thentrlcni reason In the 
following, towns: l'nrio and Lexington, Ky. ; 
l'orteinouth, o. ; Knoxvllle and Chattanooga, 
'i'enn.. imd .Somerset. Ky. Mr. Keliey Is d great 
favorite in the above towns, and rapacity 
business ,1b expected at each performance. 
Foster Ball and Balie Oavls wilt be the special 
vuudevllle features this season. As ipecial 
srenery-ls carried each plo™ will be eiaboi-ate- 
ly staged...Tae rosier Includes: Jewell Keliey, 
Foster jSBl Leu- Griffith, John Lawrence, 
Chas. Kendall, - Nelaon A. Lawrence. OhaR. 
Hill. L. A. Kipllli, Kustace .Gibson, Caroline 
Kfohr, Bertetla i.ill, Chris Wilson, Bnhe 
DaVls, Jane Barbour, Marie Haley and Jo- 
sephine Meyers. V. A. .Hoilman closed n suc- 
cessful seuson of twenty-live weeks, with 
Kentfrow's Jolly Pathfinders at Galveston, 
Tex., and joined Jewell Keliey Stock Co., at 
Paris, Ky., to do advance work for the com- 
ing season." 

TjBW Fields' company for the Heinld 
Square Theatre, New Jork, will Include: 
Edna Wallace Hopper, Kllta l'roctor Otis, 
Louise Allen Collier, Kdnn Lutiy, Cecilia 
Krov.ii, Corallc BIythe, Louise Dresser, 
George C.rossruith, Joseph Herbert, George 
ficban. Jack Norworth mul Harry Fisher. 

HuNiiV ItrsHKi.i. has, about completed ar- 
rnugomenta for bis "San Carlo 1 ' Grand Opera 
Co, for next season. Mme. Nordica will be 
the prima -donna. Others will be: Alice 
Nelhwn. Angellnn-Korharl, baritone from Ml* 
Ian; rerello- do. Seguroia, basso; Mile. De- 
reyne, Mr, Alliens. Tarqulnl, Mme. Colombatl, 
Messrs. Montl-Bnldlnl, mezzo-aopraao tenor : 
Constantino, Glnconne, Mnrtln, Sacefccttl. 
baritones; Fratoldl, ualperni, bassos and 
buffos; Pennl, Valcntlnl, Barocclif, Vlvlanl. 
The repertory will Include: "Faust." "11 Tro- 
vatore, "Tosea," "Adricnne Lacouvrcur," 
"La ; Gioconda," "La Boheme," "Daughfr .of 
the ' RcgfnieinY.' "Sllgnon," "lllgoletto," "Ma- 
oou" (Massenet), "I I'ngllaccl. "Itonieo and 
Juliet." "Carmen" and "Cavallerla Itustl- 
oana." , ... 

I'if.tho Mascao.ni has been nwarded dani- 
eges' against the Rossini Lyceum, Besaro, 
Itnly, for the deprivation of the director- 
ship of the Lyceum, ou recount of bis recent 
tour of America. ' ., 

Lokin J. IlowAno will resume possession 
of Howard's Theatre, Chicago, Aug. 1 15, his 
lease to the International Tbentrlcul Co. ex- 
piring on that date. The house will be re- 
decorated ond open Sunday, Aug. ID, with 
Billy Kersauds' .Minstrel, and on Sunday, 
gift with "Josh Sprucehy." The regnlnr sea- 
son will commence Kept, L>, \vlt!i the Hownrd 
Stock Co\,- headed by Lorin J. Howard and 
Blanche Clyde Howard. 

Tun Sistbhh McConnkll nro featured this 
season with the Knickerbocker Stock Co. 
Both are playing the leading roles Id all pru- 



ductionB,__alno Introducing tbelr clever epe- 
le playn were au 
ifly' 
card. The company carries Its own scenery, 



lug __ 

cislty.vTbe plays were an selected to fit the 
*" loflj" 



little 1 



r's ability, cud are proving a strong 



electric effects, furniture, box sets, etc. This 
week the company In nt Troy, N. Y„ and is 
under, the management of J. M. Hoyt, of a. 
Is'orwalk, Conn., and Phil Levy, late manager 
of Chester De Vonde, who predict a very suc- 
cessful season. 

Pete Bakrr fof Chris and Lena fame) 
will be seen next season In acotuedy called 
"A Itace for a Widow," Mr. linker playirig a 
strong cbaraeted part, which gives hfm excel- 
lent opportunity to Introduce his specialties 
both in Eugllsh and German dialect. Tho 
supporting company is now being engaged, 

Notkn .vroh Davis & i&uoknk's "A I'oon. 
Relation" Co. — The company left recently 
for Benton Harlun, Mica., to rehearse, aud 
the outlook for our ability In putting. on a 
first class production Is very promising. As 
on .eccentric comedian Mr. Kilaworth Is far 
abend of our expectations, and bis support 
Is a carefully selected one. 

NOTHH FROlt TIJW McCuttO BROS. NATIONAL, 

STpCK Co.— We are In. our. fourteenth suc- 
cessful week, playing Missouri, Kansas and 
the territories. Our beautiful canvas, the- 
atre Is the admiration of all, nnd the Mc- 
Cord Bros, spare nothing -to make their com- 

Eany one of the best equipped on the rond. 
Ullan Seymour, the attractive leading wo- 
man of. the company, makeB many friends, 
and her gowns are a feature of the attrac- 
tion. The company will play several fair 
dates before reorganizing for the regular 
season. The roster of the company fs as 
follows : Fred P. McCord, manager ; J'rnnk 
.f. McCord, advance representative ; Sam Me- 
Cosh, secretary; Lillian Sevmour, Eda .New 
man. Edvtn Francis, Helen Mora, Harry Lep, 
Richard Barrett, Belli Peel, John Newman. 
Frank Mangold, Dave Farr and Howard 
Brown. 

Tub title of Grace George's new medium 
has been changed from "The Illchest Girl In 
the World" to "The Richest Girl." When 
copyrighted In Txmdon, early In the year, It 
was - called "The Iticbest Woman in the 
jWorld." 

Thos. H. O'Nril lias signed with "Peck s 
Bad Boy" Co., for the coming season. Mr. 
O'Nell is engaged to play the Irish comedy 
policeman, and to do bis specialty; also to 
arrange nil of the dancing numbs rs. 

Oxb op the early productions to take the 
rond thin season will he the new sensational 
<irauin, by Arthur Osborne, "Why She Wns 
Sncrlftced.** a piece which was tried the lat- 
ter part of last season, and proved n finan- 
cial, as well ns nn artistic succcm It Is 
considered to be n beautiful production. A 
eorefullv selected company has been enen«ed, 
and will be bonked exclusively over the Klnif 
A Erlonger and Stnlr & Hart In. circuits. 
After a few weeks ou the road It will be 
brought to New York City. In the cast are: 
Clnlve Osborne, Little Hoynl Oshorue, Eugene 
Mayer.* ■ ■ . ,-. 

U«.n Dbvhtikaux Jn. has been engnc«d to 
play Zeblcl I'etteiiglil, In "Qulncy .Adams 
Knwyor" Co. (Western), under the manage- 
ment of W. O'Nell. The season npcus Aug. 
& nt Port Huron, Mich. 

VmoiNiA Zoij.man Uns signed with t.eo. 
M\Fenberg as leading lady for one of his 
stock companies, making her third season 
tinder' Mr. Fenherg'M management. Miss 
y.ollmnn snout her vacation in the Sonth, 
regaining lior health, nnd Is now stronger 
aud more robust than she has been for years. 

\\. G. McUtoph. bnrltone, has signed with 
"King of Tramps" Co. for the coming wan». 

R. hot Barkfu lins been engaged as mas- 
ter carpenter with Wm. V, Mann's pridue- 
tlonof "The Cow rancher." 

Anna TnAntj C<Hiswm.i. mourns the loss 
of.her father, Stacy H. Cogswell, who died 
July 2, at his home In Iudlananoliii, Ind. 
Miss Cogswell liriH been at home during the 
pnat season on account of tbc Illness of her 

Roster OF rai Beatrice Vance Co., in 
"Oueeu of the Circus :" Beatrice Vance, 
Harry O. Hayes, Martin lleaiy, Herbert J. 
Carter, J. Abbott Worlliley. WOMB Lund, 
Lotus Herbert, Arthur Herbert. Cliff Her- 
bprt, Lillian ITerndon, Aline Lewis, KJnn 
l''ant. Lornine Hnrnnrd, Mae Leavltt Virginia 
2toydon, Ruth Do flhon. Vera Mae, Ruth 
Qiirley, Mnv Hwlnger. Nellie Daniont. Marlon 
Nels<jn. Carrie M:iriow. Anna Nolder. Unsl- 
ness stnflf- Elmer E. Vance, manager J Jli-nry 
Vt. Link, business mnnaper : Herbert J. Cnr- 
ler, stage malinger: lllchnrd Kelserllng Jr., 
musical director.: Lnuli Schnlcdci'. carpen- 
ter; Frank T. Walket. properly maater. and 
Anna Nnlder, wrlVdrobe mistresH. 

Vinb SlAnTKN8 has signed with the Rich 
Btovk Co.. for an ludeunlte engagement, at 
El Paso, Tei. 



_"Ekkc«tivh staff or New Puinfibld 
TiiuTitK, PJalnlleld.^N. J.:. William J. Con- 
nlhan, proprietor nnd manager ; M. L dlian- 
non. business manager nnd advertislug agent ; 
S. W. Cunningham, treasurer; Leoncf L, 
Tester, assistant treasurer: Charles M. Siihr, 
lender, of orchestra ; James Corcoran, bill 
poster; ..Frederick' Dennett, stage mannR^r : 
l'*red Fleming, property mn-sicr; John Fiitit, 
chief uslie:- ; David Bush, superintendent of 
auditorium, and chni Munfor.d, electrician, 

lfKXItlRTTA CHOSMAN, NOTKS.— Miss t'ros- 

mau will open her season In the, big London 
success. "All-of-a-Siidden Peggy,", wnlrh ran 
most all of lust season at, the Ihike of York's 
Tlientre. .There was much competition for 
llieAmerlcqn rights to this play, which was 
doin in London by Charles Froiiman, but Mr. 
Cnmpbell, turns out to be the fortunate owner 
of the, American rights by reason of an agree 
me.nt made with Ernest Denny long before 
the, piece was Hrst put on at the Duke of 
York s Theatre, and when other maungers 
endeavored to secure It they learned that .Mr. 
Campbell .was the owner. Ever since that 
time he bns been holding It In abeyance for 
Miss Crosmau, aud it has now been decided 
thnt she will open her season in It. ■ The play 
In described oh modem, with the. star part an 
Irish girl. Ida Vernon, who has been with 
Henrietta Crosnjnn for several seasons, will 
appear with her the coming season. Miss 
Crasman is now resting nt her Summer 
home at Lake Sunnpee, N. II. Maurice 
Campbell nnnounces that Ernest Denny, who 
wrote '*AI|-of-n-Suddon Peggy," will come 
over for the first performance given In Amer- 
ica by Henrietta Crnsmnn Co. 

Lieblwi ft Co. have signed a five years* 
contract with Jessie Ihislcy, nnd this sea- 
son she will be seen as Nance, In "The Bish- 
op's Carriage." 

Notes from Stevbxs' Comedy Co. — We 
opened under canvns June 11, and since then 
we have played ..to capacity business every- 
where, except the one week In Marlon, 111., 
where we followed the Wallace Show, besides 
bucking a moving picture show for three 
nights ; however, we did a profitable week's 
business. We buve twelve people, and do not 
carry a band. We opened Aug. fi, and only 
lost three .days, getting under canvas, Ros- 
ter : Harry A. Stevens and Violet Vernell, 
owners; Harry Stevens, manager: .1. R 
Dremtiin. ngebt :■ Eugenia Rrennun. pianist: 
U. S. Vinson, properties ; SJnm Gardener, boss 
canvas man : B. K. Simmons (fourth season), 
Nelora Spencer, (fourlh sensou), V. S. Gordon 
(second season ), A. K. Humeston, Alice 
Lundy and Lillian Watts. Violet Vernell Is 
treasurer. We have a 50ft. roviud top. with 
a '20 nnd 30ff. middle piece, fourteen lengths 
of eight tier scnts, and two hundred reserved 
chairs. 

Waoe.vhals anh KfeurSR have received 
from Jerome K. Jerome the manuscript of n 
play just completed for Annie Itussell. called 
"Sylvia of the Letters," which will «e pro- 
duced at the Astor Theatre during the com- 
ing season. Mr. Jerome gives a slight hint 
of niUundcrstuudlngB be has Imd with other 
members of the profession. "1 am aware." 
says he, "of the fact that most persons con- 
nected with the stage can always write better 
dialogue Ibau can the author, but Die very 
brilliancy of these interpolated Hues Is npt to 
make the. author's share of the work poor by 
comparison, nad in this way an unereunpss 
of workmanship Is produced liable to mur the 
piece as a whole." 

Jhsbib Bcsley has signed with Llebler 
ft Co., for five years, beginning in October. 
The Hrst part in which Miss Buslev will be 
seen will be Nance Olden, in "In the Hlahop's 
Carriage," which will be sent out early la 
October. . 

Clayton Macki.enl-, leadlag man of the 
Chnse-Llster Theatre Co. (Northern), closed 
Aug. 4, after a season of liflv weeks. Mr. 
Mncklene hou signed to do the lead In Ma- 
cuuley & Patton's "The' Little Homestead" 
Co.. for next season. . .. 

The. Rekuemh Bisters, the Bison City 
Comedy Four. Kmmet Leanon and Miss Fiddto 
Hdwariis have been engaged fur prumluent 
parts la "Panhandle Pete, the. musical piny. 
In which James llarrlgan, the tramp jug- 
gler, . will .be starred. The play will open 
early In August. 

Edith Aknoj.u has been re-engaged to play 
Malerolentln, the contralto role, in "The 
Sleeping Beauty mid the Beast'' Co. ' 

Louis Mann and C'i-aka Lipman will 
shortly begin. rehearsals for their revival of 
"Julie. Bonbon." They have retained almost 
the Identical cast tbat helped Miss LlpmajTs 
comedy to its success last Winter. . 
. Theodore 11- Bum ..closed a forty-eight 
weeks' engagement with the Kirk Brown Co.. 
at Yarmouth, X. S., July 8. and reopened 
with the same company la Poughkcepsle, X. 
Y„ Aug. 4. . 

mmi FROM LORUAINIi BUCHANAN STOCK 
Co. — My company Is un excellent one; In 
fact one of the best I have ever had, and 
It is glrlng promise of grent work during 
the comins seuson. We have been playing 
to record breaking business on the Air Home 
circuit. At Kmporia, the capacity of the 
auditorium has been tested every night, over 
a hundred scats were added to the inclosure 
and every foot of available space utilised, 
and the last three oignts of our two weeks' 
engagement the box office Imd to be closed 
before eight o'clock, with people still In Hue 
for sealB. This speaks effectively for the 
work of the compnny. The roster Is : Ade- 
laide Florence, Julia Phelps, .Marlon Oales, 
Lucille La Tour, Lotus b'litwer, Will Thebus, 
Otto Thelitis, Spencer Sprugue. I-'rcd Kennedy, 
Karl Wells. George MacDoniild, Elmer Kent 
and Lorraine Buchannn. 

Notes fhoji Jhssim Mae Hall. — "A South- 
ern Vendetta." by Harry U. Cottrcll, la the 
play In which Miss Hall, who will appear In 
New York shortly, under the direction of 
Oliver Morosco, and the management of Al. 
Trachern. Tho play .Is a comedy drumn, pos- 
sessing strong uuninn interest, ami built 
around nn entertaining story. Miss Hnll 
will be afforded opportunity. In her new piny, 
for the display of her voice, which Is n high 
sotiraiio. she will introduce new juvenile- 
songs, all of which were written for her 
especially. 

ANOMi.L's Comedians (Western), Jack 
Kinoi'Hon. Manager. — We open our regular 
season Aug. 20, in Knusns. Tho roster Is 
IN follows; Jnclt Kmersou,. Hurry Billings, 
Lee Church. W. K. DIckorsou, Cnl Burke, 
Frank F. Ulehc, I>»rotliv Itimnilp" Fmrt'ne 
Mills, Violet Lo Clear, and H. W. Partes, 
musical director. As usual, the paper and 
scenery will be an Important fcuture. 

Kiiwin Aiiukn, who 1h playing the prin- 
cipal role In "Told In the Hills." will prob- 
ably he .seen shortly In Xew York, In this 
Chicago success. 

ItYi'KY Ciiamui:hi,ain. who has been n 
prominent member of the Davidson Stock 
Co.. at Milwaukee, Wis.. Itih (imnipor. n»d 
who Is still playing there, will, sever his con- 
nection on Sept. lo. and return to a'«w \wk 
for his Fall uud Winter engagement 

Burnt caimi'tii has made a splendid Im- 
pression playing his Bummer sojourn with the 
Wells, Dunn & Harlan circuit of theatres, 
Southward. Mr. Carnilh will Join the Froii- 
man forces on his return to New York In 
September. 

"Italia" has signed with Sullivan & Vance, 
to piny the soubrette leud In their production 
of 'The Burglar's Daughter." 

John am. Ami-k McDowkjj, opened at the 
Casino, Toledo, O., week of Aug. 5, with 
Stephen & Linton's "My Wife's Fumlly" Co. 

Willaiii) s. Koiiektsox has joined the 
Knickerbocker Stock Co., to support the Me- 
Conoell Sisters and Billy Walslu. 

Cartes asp Thouniiiu, are spending their 
vacation at tbelr bungalow nt McCloud's 
Lake, Cal. They are enjoying tlietusclves 
banting, Ylshlng. etc., and have ns their guests 
.Tolin Burns, Al. Hansard and Archie 1^-v.v. 
They leave for Chicago «oon. to star In a mu- 
sical farce comedy, tinder Chris. O. Brown's 
management 



Notes fboh r. II. 8uj.wvan's Amiisb- 
irexT Co.'s Attractions. — Rose Beaumont 
who was featured lost season In "The Krraud 
Boy," with Billy B. Yau, has returned from 
a long vacation spent nt Georges Mills, X. 
II, She will be seen la a new edition of 
this piny Inter iu the season. Rehearsals of 
"A Usee,., for -IJfe,". Theodore Kretucrls 
"horsey" piny, wero.heli] at the Xew Star 
Tht'atre. Qu, nnudred nod Seventh Street 
aud Lexington Avenue, N. Y. City. The fol* 
lowing engagements, for "The New ICrrand 
Boy," the play, In which Billy H. Van will 
-(Hi- this senaqp: Rose Benauioiit. Billy B. 
Van. Clem Bevlus, Kdltb Hart, saxou aud 
Brooks. Blanche l^itelle. Frank Fvnns. Alt. 
I'nircc. Florluc Sweet mnn, Mrs. Jacobs, ..A. 
II. Wright, M. J. Anderson, Nat Whin-atone, 
Don Day. Lillian Marsh, Agnes Marsh, 
BeasJe (Jray, Mnbel i Held, Jraneltn Oray, 
Margie Cogan, Helen Klrby, I^ln Hilton, 
Sadit' Lemules. Tony Iji (»ault, t)lgn Fayette, 
Hartfe Wllllanl, Saille Hand. Carl Hand. W. 
H. Glfford and IH-nnls Dresiln. Selma Her- 
man bns returned to New York to begin re- 

hoanmla of "The Qneen of the <;onviets," 

which will be .seen at, .the Fourteenth Street 
Theatre early this reason. During the Sum 
mer months Misn Herman. Instead nf taking 
a vacation, has been working Industriously 
as a stock star of the Hljmi Thestre, Chi. 
cago. ], If. Meeban, W. II. Cavnnntigh. 
Thos. A. CullttB, Florence Bell. Virginia 
Howell. Alma Kate, ,1, J. Powers. Stew, 
.lohuson, Bfcliard Knrle and Franh Sullivan 
have been engaged to support Miss Herman. 
Theodoro Kreiuer has written ano titer thrill- 
er, which he think* Ih the best he has ever 
turned out. Tho play bears the scorching 
title of "A Woman ol Fire." and It In said 
to be the hottest thing under the sun. In 
order to make the rncTng scene In "A Race 
for Life" as reallsifc as possible Hie P. II. 
Suit! vim Amusement Co. has engaged the 
services of live of the most prominent jockevs 
on the Hasten) tracks to pilot Ibe Iioi-hcs In 
the sensational scene Ibat. BMUea this play 
the first under the wire everywhere. 

HWKKIAY HlIlPMAN' &■ CO. .VuTKS. — IliiSL'lle 
Kott plujed Xew. U runs wick and Nova Scotia, 
in "When Knighthood Was In Plotter," with 
such success, Umt a second inur was hooked, 
which opened on .Inly 1. in "Coiwln Kate." 
and la now being can led on to almost capacity 
business nightly. This Is a remarkable feat 
In spite of the extremely hot weather, the 
country overflowed with n hnst of, small at- 
tractions , find clrtuses for opposition. This 
tour will close Aug. 18, which will bo tho 
last of Mini Knott's aaamfti of Ufiy weeks, 
after which she will make n brief irin abroad 
anil return In lime for her new play, "The 
Durham of Levonsblre." The liig'mti'ciws of 
"Dorothy o' the Hall," presented by Julia 
Xellson nntl Fred Terry, in London, Kng., 
has caused Krnest Shlpman to fashlrtu the 
action of the. piny of "Dorothy Vernon of 
Ilnddon Hnll," for which ho cnnirolH Ibo 
touring rlghtH for tills coimlry. along Ilio 
Kunie lines. Two excellent tours are being 
mapped, out, and plans of conslijerablo magni- 
tude. cntp.red Into for tbelr production. 

Rnuaokmknts fur C. II. ixcrrs iittrncllons 
ore as follows: (IrncB Cameron, to star In a 
new mush-nl <>oniedv ; Klein, (lit Bros, and 
Nicholson. Fredericks Bros, and Harps, 
Harry .Wor(, Harry l'rlee, Dnlsv King, 
Phoebe Cnrdownle, (Jilmour and I^i Tour, Al- 
lien Dflsliliigton, Francis FalrOeld, Low J. 
Fulferion. Orant Hong, and Frank E. Morse, 
general manager. . . 

TUB FOI.I.OWINO PKOFMfl have been engaged 
by Harry I). Came for "Mouinun :" ifer- 
Irilde Fowler. Hazel Towuseud. I.nhi Kspey, 
Bnola Lea, Joseph Harris, Fdwlu 11. Care, 
Edwin M. Brooks. (Ji-uige llalphl. Frederick 
Hardy, Wade L. Morton. Henry Klstel, Bruno 
C. Mlccn and trims. L. McTeinan. 

Fkaxk Ijmki: writes: "The Washington 
Park Stock Co... which opened In Ml l'aso, 
Tex., Juu' lii, ban stored one of the blatmat 
llllll ever made Iu the Soiitbwent. Tlie'|.ark, 
previous to this year, has alwnvs been a 
linunelal failure, and the shows of an In- 
ferior fhUH. Tills year I have given the 
people at El Tasio a superior company, idajr* 
lug nil royally plavs. in n moat civilltnbie 
maimer. During the past (en days the ca- 
pacity of the Summer theatre lias heen 
packed to ill uttnost. The company InHudPs 
such well. known players as Haymoud Whlt- 
nkei', lends,, and stage director : Elennor 
Unber, lends: Beth 'l^oto, soubrettc; Alfred 
Aldiedge, heavies; Maud FraiudK, character; 
Hcaulnh Benton, ingenue; Ethel. Sclnfct-. 
musical director; Earl D. Dwlre, leading |u- 
vcnlles: Clnrk Bti roughs, characters; Bert- 
ram (JrasHby, comedian; Cburlea BDjanca, 
comedian: Phil Davls.-utllhy man, and t'aii- 
llne Leake, child actress. This tompanv will 
continue here until about. BopJ, Ifli ao<i bos 
aiieaUy arranged to retuni next season." 

BKlIBAltHAIJH VlUt "MlZPAII," III which 

Elizabeth Kennedy aud a large comiianv will 
be seen nt the Academy of Music. XewYork. 
Sept. J4. began last week ut the Murrnv Hill 
Lyceum. Tin; company's regular seoHon will 
open at IfcVIenr s Theatre, Chicago, Sun- 
day. Kept. 2. 

Notes must Jasiks T. McAm-in'h "Hank 
Hanson" Co. — Wo opened our elglilh an- 
nual season at Coal City, 111., Aug. 11. Tho 
hlnff: Dolly Foster, sole owner: .ins. T, Me- 
Alplu, ninnnger; Bert Bragg, advance repre- 
sentative : Martin Bowers, stain aumaaer ; 
C. F. Mycra. muster of properties: Bolieit 
Thompson, master of transportation ; C. M. 
.lohnHon. electric Urn j (|QH Kudolptison, leader 
of bnnd nad orclicstnt. lloiter : (ins Budolph- 
sou, C. F. Meyers, liobert Tlioiupsou, A. It. 
Bnsford, Will Munis, |J. V. Uarr, It, D, 
Knight, Frank VIIIiu, l'red ('. Clark. I, W. 
Lawrence, T, B, Uutltrle, .lobn I, Holem. Win. 

(ientry, Morris Herez. I loll v Kovlei*. Jessie 
Wolf, Adit Marliu, Adeline Ciirleton, Hoby 
Gladys. We lire honked solid for forty weeks', 
and look forward to a prosperous season. 

Xnrt:s kiiom flKOBUi (.'(UIAN. — Thoro will 
be but one "Utile Johnny .bines" Co. In the 
Held I lie coming wnson. .The cust will In- 
clude: Bobjf Hurry, Tom Lewis, Sam J. Ilyan, 
Jack BalTnel, C. J. Harrington, William Key- 
inour, Wlllliini Median, Tom ('enfold, I^ittle 
Medley, Ida Mnatell, Htella Trnccy and Adele 
Buffer, The rhoriiM will nunitwr seventy Kins- 
lug and dancing people, and tip- season will 
open nt Ibe lira ml opera House. N'civ York 
Pity, Sept, 3. The eonmtete rosier of fieovge 
If, Cohan's "45 Mloala from Itmndwav" 
Company (Ensteru) for the mining season bti 
Fuy Templcton. Jalln Bnl]ih. Ihiuua Lltlle- 
fleld, Marlon Singer, Dounld Brian, Victor 
Moore, Charles I'rlucc, .iiuiieH II. Manning, 
Lewis B. Grlnnell. The cum or "lo .\ilnules 
from Brondwav" (Wes'erii) will be: rorlime, 
Mdytlic. Snowdon, Clnln* (ireetivllle. Jeanne 
Chlsnell. Cbarlm Arthur, Jos. s, Webb, Kd- 



va rd Wnlt'TH, Daniel Movlea, Kylc'y Cbiimber- 

.>ey, J. A. fin vet ' 
For "George" Wnsliluglon Jr 



Iain, Ed. Torpev, J, 



Itoystf _ 
Heorgfl M. 

iban la the title role, jerry J, Cohan, 
Cleveland Xlcholson, Willis l\ Sweulnnin, 
John 'Boone. JobciiIi LckIIc, Mis.- Helen F. 
Cohan, Truly Shnltuck, Mnrgle IBiodcs and 
Ethel r.<iv-oy. 

Mahion . STANf.KV, having (hilsbed her va- 
cation, returns to the city for rehearsal In 
"Bogiirs Brother* In Irvlund." Aug. :i. 

FLotiKNcn Hakiii.ton, who will, continue 
under the madagnnent of Garland Oaden tho 
coming pennon, returned from Europe last 
Tbursdny, with a triiukful of ParlMlim 
gowns mid the ruanuscript of her new play, 
'Tli* Other Woman." 

"XonooY's Faiii.t," a play, by From Von 
Si iifinihriii, whlclr ran two hundred nights 
in Vienna, will be presented here by Klaw & 
Erlanger, with Maude White In Hie leading 
pari. , 

Jofi.v B. Fmr-ATmcK anp John It. Stew- 
ailt have taken ibe mnnngvrneiit of the Grand 
Opera .House, London. Can. Ibe theatre 
will be devoted to comblnntlons. and will 
play the. fihubert anil all other Independent 
otlrnritonB, The house has been entirely ren* 
ovntPil, nnd Is one of the most popular Uouiea 
in Canada. 



NoTKS.raoM Wm. A. BnAoVa Attbac- 

Tioxs.— trandi s, McGinn, who mode a hit 
as Secremrv Y\. M. 8tnutou, in the play of 
"Lincoln," last March. In the Liberty Thea- 
tre, htiM been engaged for Hubert Alantell's 
compauy, to alternate with the vtar an logo 
and Othello, He will piny BossquIo, In 'Vl'Qe 
Mercbaub of Venice;' Edward,, in "King 
Lear," and Bsnuuo. .Mr. McGinn wus wltn 
Itiubard .Mnnstlcid four sensous, and Is well 
remembered hrre for bis Impersonation of 
Ibe :Count Vou Osterburg, the hot-headed 
leader of the students. In 'Old Heidelberg." 
at the.Lyi'lt- Tiientn 1 . Marie Sinn well, who 
has not been seen uu the stage acre since the 
a t-ieu the lending woman's role in Frunkllu 
Fyles'.. melodrama of "Cumberland, '(H." Is 
lo re-emery**. , next season In support of 
Wright lAiiuner, whoannoiniri>s. amoug other 
things, a production of lb-ten's "The Wild 
I hick." Cbei-ldtih Slaipmni will go out oflhu 
cast of "Seeing Xew lurk," on inn New \'ork 
Theatre roof, next Sunday night, .to, prepare 
fur her starring tour In lx> Knven's --Bed 
Feutber." Her role of the prima donaa will 
be taken up by Ferrul Desmond, who Is 
credited wltii a lilt In the Chicago run. Inst 
year, of "Manium's l'apa," a uiuslcol farce 
version of Nat C. Uoudwln's old sui-wsa, 
"Turneil I'p." 

Esuauuu by Gus Botbaer for "A Bunch 
of Keys - ' Co.— Gertrude Hwlggett, Lillian 
Dow, Lillian llrltton, Ivy Davis, (.Mare Cal- 
houu. James II. Untitle, Hal Hrown. Thus. 
Wood. Wiu. Smith, Frank llollliigsworth. Jake 
B. Murray, M. Moriliuer Trusiiell and the 
Acme Qunrtette. Wen no u opous at I'ecknkill, 
X. V., Satiirtluy, Aug. M. 

XoTKH-FUOM "TUB MtCHSKNOHIt Boy" Co. — 
We open our regular scutum Aug. ^:t, at Ho- 
ban, lud. We nave nil our people engaged, 
Including several who were with u Hat 
year. We will feature the Hruiilugtuiw, Iu 
their comedy sketch, entitled "llcr First 
Uuxuand." Aiuuiig uiomi engnged are: Archie 
M.iddox, Allen Bluiichurd, itlliy lleiiulngtoii. 
Mln Kreltler, Chns. A. l'ryor. Shuiinou Con- 
Icy, II. W, I'otdnru, Daisy Betuilngioii, Fran- 
ces Alyer and Emma Krelder, with tho Joviql 
Hnry Bettss la advance. We arc booked solid 
liimugii the rtoiuti until April ^t). 

Cham. Cajutun, lute of Carlton nnd No- 
vlns, has signed wllh the Four Huullugs' 
"The Foot lloUMe" Co., for the coining season. 

Xotks tko.M Matth.-k Stih.'K Co.— -We 
closed an .eight weeks' eiiKugcmi-nl nt til. 
TliouiiiK, Out.. Snturdny, July L'l, and opened 
(lie following Moiiuay, at spilngbaiik l'nrk, 
Uuidon. Out., for llm rest iif l lie Suniuier. 
Our business al I'lnafoi-e Park. SI. Thomas, 
was not very Ilatlerlug. due In largo degree 
to the rainy wen I her. Our niienlng wees in 
t^jniloii was the largest «jf the seasun. The 

Hltow made in ilmii good, and uvervotie la 

happy and HnMsuad. We shall open our 
regular season Iu tfept ember, playing four or 
live stands Iu Cuuiidu, tlieu back to the good 
old C. H. A. 

Tom WAnms, comedian pianist, Is to bo 
featured -during tbc coming season In Nixon 
&, Zimmerman's "The Mayor of Lnugliliiml." 
Tlu> ctiuipuny will uiiuibt-r about thirty peo- 
ple, and the season ope.n« Hcpt. :i, 

■■Svi.vtA ok run L>rrrKiiN" is the title of 
the new play for Annie HushcM, wrllten by 
Jerome K. Jerome. 

"A Woman's Way," by Kdwiml i'mle. will 
have lis iii'einle.r ut the Gurrlck Tln-atre, 
ciiiciigo. Aug. 2tl Toe ciiki will iiH'indi' 
Odette Tyler, W'.i Courtenay,. Olive May, 
II. S. Xortlirop ii - mt<K Miirlowo. 

Mil. ANU Mii%. 'iiihin (Bijou Fei'iiou- 

dex.) returned . ju.irope last week. 

"\ Woman ■ ■ Fun:" Is iiie latest ploy 
fioin the pea of ilicuflorn Kremer. 

W. Hick Ha it m HON ami Li;wjh Hutiikii- 
i-asii'h Nfw chntiiiiv Stock Co, Nt»ri:s. — 
We are BO* In our eleventh week of a fifteen 
weeks' eiig.tgcmeiil on the Missouri and Kiilt- 
Bim Alrdome circuit, aud we nre called the 
".Mascots," is being the only uttracllon ou 
the circuit that has never lost a night from 
lulu or any other cmiae. Klghlv-eltiht thous- 
and and eleven paid ndmlsisuns to date. 

JosKi'ii If. Gathm Iiiih pmcbnfced all rights 
to "The iMayor of Toklo" from Blchard Carle, 

IIknuv Jkwktt Imik been engaged by Lleli- 
Irt; .t Co., to play tlu- line role In "The 
Squaw Man," in a second company on the 
road, which will open Its season In Atlantic 
City, early In September. 

OoiiMANP & Fohu Xotkh. — We are now In 
our nlxty-Hrst week without closing. Business 
has been nt the lop notch. Our live .weeks 
nt Ouebee. (.'on., were canuclty houses 
nightly. We are now plnylng Ibo New Hamp- 
shire reaiKte, to excellent bll!iln(;»s. We bavu 

foiirlecn, napnla in oar comjiaiiy, not one 
change being made lu three years, excepting 
our ageul, J, Geo. Hudglns, who wilt clone 
Aug. il a fifty- live weeks* eugag'menl, having 
been. called to his home ut Beniilngion, VI., 
on account of sickness In his family. Our 
regnlnr season opous Aug. 30, at Nt. AIIuuik, 
Vl. 

"l'oi-pi.AitiTv" will put In rehearsal Aug. 
0, nnd will be given lt« ilrst presentntloti on 
nny Rtast nt tlie Lyceum Theatre, Itoche.iter, 
X. V„ Sept. 3. 

Damon Lion writes: "I have Jiiflt returned 
from Newport, II. I„ where I gave recitals, 
nnd was well received. The Hbulieils have 
cngnged me for "Fnntana," for the part of 
Marquis Kioto." 

L. O. Oai.k. manager of the Halo Theatre, 
Mitchell, S, [)., writes : "This theatre Is now 
In course of construction, uud will tie ready 
for operlug Kept. 'J". U will bo one of the 
best nppolnled lliciurcH In Ibe suite. Ihn 
structure having been designed for Ibo sole 
use of Ihn drama. The building Is "iixll".'. 
three storlta high, and built of stune mid 
brick, wllh a highly decorated front. Them 
will be a pnrfpiet, parquet circle and two 
ImlconleH. seating I.'.'Oii, and furnished wllh 
neat and comfortable opera chnlni. There 
will be elttht boxes. The building will he 
beiited with Hlcmn nnd lighted . wllh elec- 
tricity. Ou all three floors (he scats will bo 
raised so that every occupant will have n 
fllll view of the stage. The singe will be 
capable of handling nny of the big produc- 
tions. The dlNliuice between the side walls 
will be sixty- three feet; between (ly girders, 
llfly feel, and twenty-live feet to the fly 
gallrrles. Dimfh of stage from footlights to 
rear wall will ho thirty feet; illstiiiice be- 
tween curtain line nnd roolllKbts, three feet. 
Tho prom-en him opening will be Ihlrly-two 
feet wide, twenty-nine feet high, uud from 
stage to gridiron or loft, fifty-two feet. There 
will be twelve coniiiKicIloiiH dressing rooms, 
The scenery will be of tin finest, and will bo 
bandied In the easiest poiislblu manner. It 
Is my aim to contract with Hie best there 
is iu drnmu. opera mul vaudeville. MJIcbell 
has 7,000 people, and Is on the Chicago, 
Milwaukee and St. l'uul Itallroiul, nnd ihn 
Chicago. Ht. l'nul. Minneapolis nnd Omaha 
I'ond. tieliiK the division point of each road. 
There Is largo territory from which to draw 
piC'-otinoe." , , , . 

Vumuncz Hamilton, tinder Hie mnnnee- 
meiu or Gni'liind Oudcn, opens bis senium In 

"or-Uiv dram". "The oilier Woman," lata 

In Heptembcr. Bhc Is booked over the Hlm- 
in'i-i circuit, and will be seen at a Broadway 
Tpftnfr" liefor*' tit" end of the season, 

Lrb Bbnn, tlio English rhnracter comedian. 
Iiiin signed for the coming season with the 
Kr«'.ci-vij I'urni'H (In, 

NOTBB MOM ItERHON IlllOH/ 'MJ.NCI.B TOH'H 

Cabin" Co, — Bindneig continue« very good. 
Wc are cu nam East. The company num- 
ifM-* <-r.rnv-vif |if4j ( ,t.i, our Mraae Is a 
revelation, and It would do, credit to n large 
circus. The show is Iu Its seventy-second 
week without closing, which speaks for Itself. 

Cimm. l)v. Fi.i:.hh lins closed Ids season 
with the llonstelle Ktock Co. His produc- 
tions have renal veil .well curried praise, - 

Joh, r. BitAciiT ban .nsiiunieil Ihe manage- 
""il of the City Opera House at Frederick, 

Md. 

l,OHr.TTO MARHIIAI.T. AND I>|f.'K TttOMAH 

have cloned wllh the Wills Comedr Co., and 
will be teeu next season lu vaudeville, 



Under if* Ccm$. 

Hahuy Hanson writes: "I nin now In my 
fourii'eiltb week with the Hargreaves Circus 
(under the muuagejaeut of John Welsh), and 
have twelve weeks more before opening my 
vaudeville engagement a on Nov. fi. Bert 
Howe, rube character, leaves ns at Oldtowu, 
.Mc. Aug. 4, to Join the III Henry Min- 
strels." 

ItOHTKR AnVAXCE Of CAM 1'ltH!,!, BROS.' 
SllnWH. — A.O. Cautptiell. general tigent ; Wbi. 
(lllnmn, contracting Hgenl ; \\. II. Ouerrett, 
special agent ; C. t. eletcber, speeial agent: 
tleo. Allen, ninnnger Car No. I ; Krank 
I'niiipbelf. ninnnger car No. 3j C. C. l'etleti- 
glll. twenty- Com- hour man; Wm. Burhart, 
route rider. Everything ahead of this show 
l.s lu Hie bent ititidllton, and the boys always 
look forward to good, warm opposition. 

Komtku ok tiihiXo. 4 Cam, ov rm I'awneh 
liii.i. show, U ns follows; it, M. Simons, 
manager. cur 4; W. Winn, boss bill poster; 
J, Ciuninlngs, ixny Itthogrnptier; A. Taylor, 
boss banner mini ; C, Ilallas, tmsn pro- 
erauuiier; .1. Luilwlg. (ieo. VnnderHllre. .1. 
Ilnnfoid. \V. Crnnb. Al. Powell. H. Moyley 
and l«\ McCarthy, bill posters; W. Connors, 
Mtbograpber : Texas .lack, lianiier utitn : .1. 
Muiiilty. programmer ; .1. Uockfeller, chef ; 
Ed. Hart, porter. , 

l'it. E. II. Hk Alva of Be Alva's Allows, 
writes: "1 am up In Mnnltnlia'-fur the .Hum- 
mer, and business Is good wllh my concert 
conipaiiy. Ilea llltchlson Is manager. There 
has been a lot of trouble over circus licenses 
here of Jute, and II U not settled yet. My 
circus, He Alva's Little Old Fashioned Hliow, 
under (he uiaiiageiuciit of Mcguiun A Hell, 
Iiiih been doing a greni liuslnesx. and will be 
enlarged for next season. Mv 'College Hill" 
(.'ii.. under (lie management of W. II. fllbbs. 
will Ix'e.In relienrsnls Nept. l't, and some good 

Sroplv Isioked are W. II. OUihs, the (ilbbs 
iMii'i-s. Marjorle and Luia May (Hblm: the 
Musical I'rliiii-iiKeH, Hen. I'ltikcuy, Toni Long, 
Ciinlb'ld and Van llorne, (jenrude <?)uiue, 
llertha Hanimoi:d, Cnu-e lhumuoud, Oeiie 
JuhiiKon. L'lail Viti'-ce, Nellie Brlggs, l'l owe 
Wngcr. Helen McKee. Xrlly Thomus. flerly 
t'.tnflald, Margaret Mnlcoinu aud (leurgie 
tiweiis. I have some good time hooked, and 
will certainly have a good show." 

Nort:s nuiM Tt m.i:'n (>i.y.MPte -Show.— 
This show wan wihl houip four weeks ago to 
Ceo. W. London, of Oreeuvllle, l*n. The sliow 
will continue to nan the litle of Tuttle's 
Olympic Show for the rent of tliln seanou 
only. Mrs. A. V, Till lie bits been mnuagiiig 
Hi!" small, but well known attraction for the 
li'iai llftei'ti seasons, and (be show bus gained 
the reputation of holtut one of 111" beat wagon 
shows on the road. The new manager, M)\ 
London, has liecu under the Instruction, for 
the prist four weeks, of Mrs. Tuttle, nnd he 
says her services luivo beeu vary usefvil to 
him. Mr, mul Mrs. TuttUi left the show nt. 
ciuyKvllle, Pa., for Ihelr Winter quartern at 
Liitesvllle, 1'n.. svliere they wilt he plenfii'il to 
lictir fniiii nil of limit' oil) performers nt any 

I Sf. 

NnTi's citii.M Al. !•*. Whetder'n New Model 
Hliow 1 *.- We hnv" Just Dnlslied our fnin- 

leeiilh week, tind liuslticss lins lipen Ibo best 
ever '■njoveil hv these shows. We have hem 
uiiint'ig (lie Hiitnirer resurlH of the White 
MoniitnliiM for Hi- pint two weekn. and cn- 
pnelty liitfllnent Iiiih been the rule nt nearly 
nil Simula. All are well nntl happy, and 
very few changes have, been made- In the 
roHier trtiiw ear opening date Tin* Hurl 
Calls tm, H. nii't Maaifrl Joined .Inly M, 
to do tbelr netlilnith- nnil hreiikuwtiy ladder 
(ictn, and \ri* proving a valuable nihlltloti to 
our rln a i»'fforniniice We will make u lung 

M'IMIiFll NOII III. 

■Tin-: I'AWKMI Bui. Snow had a severe 
blow-ilown nrierii'-im of \lotutnv, Aug. II, nt 
Ilnri'lKtiurg, I'n.. during Hie porforinouce, and 

II was reported Hint iwn people were klllnd 
and uiatiy were injured, A severe thunder 
sloL'in struck Hie lot., ucmmuniili'd by n hlali 
wind, nnd ihe tent was llnnlly struck bv 
ll'dilnltiir. which killed n .lupniie«e trooper. 
The lightning also killed n spectator. It is 
stated Hint May Llliie. of Hie show, mid Hlg- 
m ii ml Hull uui] William Hnri-ls, nttachos, 
were nNo hurl. livery tent except the drexN- 
liig lent was raxed by the wind, mul a panic 
ii-Hs slaried, wblcli was quelled by the circus 
force. 

Tun Baijni'u & Baii.kv Know route hook 
for IllOU will lie published by Cbas. Andreas. 
He promises to make it ibe most altrncllvo 
and unjst elaborate of all Klinlliir Issues. 



miscellaneous. 

Tun I'iibhh Know I'kintkiiv, at .luhnnutf- 
burg. Pa., will, nboul the middle of Heiitember, 
move into lis own two story brick building, . 
which Ik now lu course of couslriietloil. 

ItoWKNNA will close. Aug. LTi, with the 
"nrlnlit Lights" Co., and ojien '27 with ihu 
Hnitm Comedy Co., us one of tho vaudeville 
feu I tires. 

Tim Omj-oa Turn (Abl, Crowley and Ahll 
Is with the Coy & Hall Nnveltv Co., doing 
very nicely. The roster of Hut eimiinrny la : 
Win. Coy. Mm. Itcgcmi Coy, Frank Hall, Mrs. 

I Mink Hall. Kil. Alii. Mrs, (leorgln Alii, Fib 
inure and Adams, the Hilloiis, and .lumen T. 
Crowley. This compnny Is doing a good html- 

UI'HM. . 

Wtiltrr N, I.invri'iiee'K I'lniis. 

Among the new slurs Hint will rdiliio forfli 

under Mr. Lawrence's tiiaiuigeiuimL will bo 

Hilda Hpong, In u three act comedy, by Hni ■ 

old II en ton, 'J'hn play Is "Ludy Jim." uud 

II win hiivo lis pftwlar at Weber's JFheatm 
oi Aiig. HH. Curlnttii MIIhoii, another mtpl- 
runt fur stellar honors, upens nt the Madi- 
son Square Thcatru Him bitter part of Hep. 
teniber, In llnchel I'ndhers' Hi mi net West* 
era comedy, "The Three of UV* Henry H. 
I'lxey. after ii few more moiilliH In "Tim 
Man ou the Box." will bo seen In n new pluv. 
Mr, Lawrence haa iirrangcil with Kdwaril 
I'epb'H, author of "Tin* Prince t'luip," ti» 
driiiuatlMi for Mr. Dlxey's am "Ulchiird ibo 
Hnizcn." This, story appeared la one of tint 
popular urn gn zincs, and Is by Cyruii Town- 
*:eiiil Brady. "The Oreiitcr Love," the four 
net Mozart play, written by Ivy Asbluii 
Hool, will opiui its rond season In Columbus, 
It,, curly lu SeptemlHM-, .Mr. Lawrence will 
feci nee Aubrey Hnuclr-ntill, an Mo/urt. TIiIh* 
play will carry Ilfli-eu luslrilliieiiliillsla ami 
eiKbl operntle koIoIkIn, rendering, during tho 
performances, selei-tlomt from Hie worku of 
Miixarl. The success attained by "The 1'rlnco 
(blip" has caused Kdwurd fvulm, tbenullmr, 
to receive I'OintulKHloiiK to write four new 
plays, for ns ninny miuingem, nil of which 
will be produced this season. "The I'Miich 
t'luip" will open Its hciihoii lu Hie iiilibllo 
Wast, with Cyril Hcott again- n» the atai-, 
"Mrs, Temple's Telegram" will have n Lob- 
drm cngngi'inent on Aug. 'M, at tin- Wnl.lorf 
Th en Ire. It will be sent out again (Ills sen- 
viii, wllh Hurry Conor ns the star, (indict 
Mnrllnot will be the leading woman, Mr. 
Lawrence lias secured the lease of Hie Lin- 
coln Kquim! Theiitrc, New York City. TJila 
Ii: the new plnyhoime. local t-d nt Hlxty-llfib 
Mrect nntl Hroiidwiiy. It will be opened bv 
Mr.. Lawrence on Oct. 1, with nn Arnorlcnii 
play, by nn American author, It Is Hit In- 
tention of Mr, Idiwronre lo produce at thin 
house nt least nix new plays by American 
author*. Mr, Lawrence will preiient, at Bio 
Madison Hquare Theniro, on Momlny, Aug. 
■jh William flnwlrey, in a three ucl fnrr«, 
bv Hf, .lobn Mntikln. entitled "The Bod Mr. 
Wrntherby," Mr. Hnwirey, who Is a broth- 
er of Cluirh'H Hnwtrey, of "A Message from 
Mars' fame." used Iiie farce as a starring; 
vehicle in Australia one icanou, wltb coti- 
slderabls nuccesa, .... 

#M»^ 

CoNftTANfK Inoiiam has been engaged, -foe 
"The Blue Moon" Co. 



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August 11. 



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R DP. MARY 




THE BIGGEST MARCH SONG HIT IN MANY YEARS. A SENSATIONAL SONG. 

A song that will make good on II. own merit.. IToar »udl.-nr» love, to tw you ilng It. THIS Mug will "cheer »p" your audience, will "ehear «i>" jrour manager, wlU "eh».r up" the linger, will also 
CHEER UP, MARY." Ihtn lm.nl l>«in a. great ■ long In inuii) r »n. We can ai.nre } oa thai tlilili not a King that fun will hav. to fore, upon yoor audience, became they will appreciate 
ycst ■! nil ng ■ame. '-.•--•■ 

Slides Mow Ready For This Song. Made and For Sale By ALFRED BARSTO & CO., 138 E. 14th Street, I Y. City, I Y. 

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■ : ; Slides also Ready and for Sale by ALFRED HARSTJI & CO., 138 E. 14th Street, I. Y. City ,1. Y. : : 

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For the balance of Summer neanon nnrter die Onc^t pavlMon theatre ever constructed; two months 
more to Cincinnati, then forty weuka' ijaokinuln opefa homes during Winter season, travenug id 
our palace oar. wlilcli MM Just been comiiietetJ. Show never closes. I want a good.. coking 
leading Mnn with S<Tl|)ti«rWliolH capable or Dlrocllnr; also Character Comedian wltli Specialties, 
aud other Young People In All Much Mint are versa, tile, of good apneaiancG and thoroagtily expe- 
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Hull, Thoroughbred Ponies, Troupe of Dogs, the Original Ragtime Dancing Borne in Sttiir, and 
"Sammy." the famou* Irian tiomerilsri Donkey! Threo Revolving Tables. The Stage In a whirl ! 
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NOW READY- 
"Baby Geta the Cream,' 
sea." "C 



'The Sinking or the Valencia." "Babj'n Oone," "Vanity," "Copolry Belle," 
_, "The P»te of the Hank Wrecker," "The Blrdl«'p Oood-byc," "JuH.arrosR the 
'Queen ot IJ'Ue Rhody," "Only a Bunch of noses." "Sunshine and showers," "That tittle Gold 
Key to Her Heart," "What's the DBe of Patner Wortlng," "Wlion the Fragrant Roses 8pt>»k of Sntiiy 
Jono," "Luclle." "My Fame Waa in My Mother's Locket," "Why I Love You," "Popping roe question," 
"The Angela Bid You Come." "Dreamlntof the Patt," "The Old Man und Ihc Lily," "The l»y Man," 
"The Land of Sunshine," "Let Him Real." ■■ - V. ' 

MELVILLE MUSIC PUB. CO., 55 West 28th St., New York. 



WESTERN AMUSEMENT CO., 

KANSAS CITY'S THEATRICAL EXCHANGE, 

ROOMS 25-6-t BCHUTTB BLDO., I20» ORAND AVB. . • : : \ : 

Western headquarters for Dramatic people. Desk Boom tor Managers. MAJf AOKRfl„wheil'Jot| want 
Paople yoo get a square DEAL at tills onice. Dramatic People, It Is no longer necessary to mate 
a long Jump Last, tt hen yon are al liberty or closing In Western territory, come to KANSAS OTTY and 
Join not. we can always place you with a reliable company. Ws supply all companies ^laying west- 
ern time, DRAMATIC, MUSICAL COMaDY and BURLESQUE. . . T , . 

WB NOW want THREE Full Acting Companies and Eitra People In ALL Lines. If jouw.nl a 
quick, reliable engagement WRITE and TELL ALL Orst letter. If >ou are not thoroughly, competent, 
save your postage. We now have an omce In Chicago, and our facilities for handling business quietly 
and satisfactorily cannot lw excelled. , JAOK BURNETT, Prest. AL. MAKINS0X, Manager. 



60 TO TO FEET CLEAR IKSIDE. ADDRESS 

LIEBLER & CO., 

Kalckerbock.r Tb.ntra On ltd lug. Haw Work City. - - - 



WANTED AT ONCE, 

FOR ALONG THE KENNEBEC CO.: FOR JOSHUA SIMPKINS.: 

Comedy Old Man. Orchestra Lender Pi,.,,,, PiiH, u A u. «-l. n n.u..,VM n 



Comedy Old Man, Orchestra Leader, Piano I'laver 
and Strong Cornel nnd Trouibotie, 

Address 



Heavy Woman, Tuba Player, Baritone to Double 
Tromlwne and Strong Cornet Player.' (Al Bonier, 
write.) ' ' 

0. R. RKKO, 1J70 Broadway, Sew York 



PIRATE* BBWARE. ALI, UV II \ E SS IK OCR IIW ACT IB FILLY paOTBCTBD. 

xje: J*rXA.i:Rs=: «m> l,e: maiRC 

p«».,. m . 7HE mm mmm „ bT Fr „ k Bmtu 

P. S.-Worked M Week, La.t Se.tOQ. Aad We'U Pl»w Oat*. Again »»i't SMS".* 



ATTOTST 11. 



THE Nl¥ YORK CLIPPER. 



(571 



CHICAOO'I 



INBCV^ AIVIUSKIMENT 



>ALACE 



NINO IVI 



w 



MDAY, A CIO. 



ao, 



'Wa.nted, 



t@r 



eature 



Urn at Bnekei, Strange and Carlo*. People, Noveltlea, end High Clin An. of all Mad., 
gel Stoae, pl.ue wire addre... Address \A/. W. 



W. W. W. FREEMAN. Manager 

cts, 



For Carlo Hall, opening week, want Greatest freak money run engage* Open* Monday, Aug. SO, 

IAN, ManoRor, 177 West Madteon St, Ohlc«Ko, III. 



WANTED QUICK. 

FOR THE 

I S ELLS-FLOTO CHS 



1 

Double Somersault Leapers, Good Clown? mid Feature Clown Actit, Male and Female Bare- 
back Itlders and Comedy Mule Hurdle Itlders, wltli or without stock. Also want Sensational 
Acts that can be featured lo Circus. Desire for Concert, nice appearing Male and Female 
Ballad Singers, Slater Acts, Sketch Team, German ComedioD, Musical Act, good Monologue 
Artist, Clog Dancers, Black Face Knockabout Soug and Dance Team, capable of playing ends 
In nilnstref first part. 

WANTED, FOR SIDE SHOW, 

First class Announcers, capable of making openings and Concert announcements. Will pay 
good salaries to bustling, capable men. Also want "Feature" Side Show Attractions, TKn 
young, good looking, female f louche Dancers, with fine wardrobe. Especially want Giants 
and Midgets, male and female, and FIttiAKS of all kinds. 

Bear In mind, wc place all Performers. Musicians, Concert and Side Show People at 
BEST hotels, nnd HAVE THE FINEST CIRCUS TRAINS In the world— all Pullman 
bleepers, two bertha high, and Pullman accommodations ; Pullman dining and cafe car 
connected. 

Address all communications to 



GENERAL OFFICES SELLS-FLOTO CIRCUS. 

Permanent Address, Denver, Colorado. 



NOTE,— We are also now booking and contracting for next seanoD. 
Performer too expensive, If good. ^^ 



No Feature Act or 



FILMS 




FILMS 

From the Old Reliable Film Shop, iho bom 
that guarantees satisfaction all the time. 
\Ve have no fake goods for wile. We offer 
only Original goods, such as: 
Power's Oameragraph and Power's Fireproof 
Mugazlnct, Itlogrnph, Melles and Pat lie Films 
and the very best uuallty of supplies. 

Power's' ORIGINAL Fireproof Magazines 
are really fireproof ; they protect your tllms, 
and in consequence nre In use in the Keith 
and all other first class houses. 
WK ARE sole 
PHILADELPHIA SE.I,1.INK AGENTS. 



We have In stock at all times: 
Power's Cameragraph, 

Kdlson's Exhibition Model, 
Edison's Universal Model, 

and the New No. 4 Optigraph. 

Buy a Power real Krupp Wire Rheostat 
and make good. 

Wc have la stock Stereopt Icons, Magic 
Lanterns, Electric and Calcium Burners, 
Rheostats, any voltage: Limes, Carbons, Con- 
densers, Bwaab's Electrical Connectors, 
Switches, Telescope Legs, Oxyllthe Outfits, 
and Oxyllthe Compound and Supplies gener- 
ally. 

'Positively no Junk, Spectacles or Toys 
sold here. 



S A i- E. 



LITTLE USED BUT IN GOOD CONDITION. 

SUITABLE FOR 

HALE'S TOUR CARS. 

DESTRUCTION OF SAN FRANCISCO- • - 600ft. 

A TRIP THROUGH THE SUNNY SOUTH - - 600ft. 
THROUGH ITALY AND VIEW OF MT. VESUVIUS 

IN ERUPTION TOOft. 

TOUR OF THE ALPS AND ASCENT OF MAJESTIC 

ML PILATUS • - ■ ■ - • 650ft. 

TOUR OF BEAUTIFUL CEYLON- - - - 590ft. 



4 CENTS f=ER 

CASH OR DRAFT TO ACCOMPANY ORDER. 

THE BRADY-GROSSMAN CO., 

46 E. 14th ST., NEW YORK. 



NEW CASTLE COUNTY FAIR, held Sept 4-5-0-7, 1000. Delaware ilorse Show Association Park, 
WXLMINGTOW, DELAWARE. 
All concessions open. Fuklrs. Games. No gamb'lng games. For particulars address 

" EDWARD O. COOK, i W Market Ht , Wilmington, Del, 



We represent the leading manufacturers, 
and offer nothing but the best ; tbo goods 
you may rely upon all the time. 

In our bargain department we have two 
complete moving picture machines, each with 
stereoptlcon combined, electric lamp and 
rheostat, f-lo.OO each ; one an Edison, the 
other an Optlgrnph. 

SPKCfAL. — Two Reela of Film, 1,1)75 feet 
of "Parsifal." to the Edison Co., good as 
new, with the New No. 4 Optlgrnph ; brand 
new, $17fi.OO. The 111ms alone eost 933&TB, 
V''t iinr price for the complete outfit Is 
#175.011. 

We will buy Edison Exhibition Machine* 
and feature films If they are good. 

LEWIS M.SWAAB & CO., 

398 Spruce Street. Philadelphia, Pa. 

L. D. Phone. 



A FEW OP THE LEADINC FEATURES WITH THE 

4 PAW & SELLS BROS.* UNITED SHOW 

"THE JEUNETS<« 



ACROBATS, 
Head and Id. ml Balancers. 



BILLY JAMESON 

CLOWN, 
WHO ALWAYS I'l-KAKKH. 



The CORNELL* FAMILY 

America's Famous Acrobats, 



NETTIE CARROLL, 

QUEEN Or TH E WIRE . 

OSCAR LOWANDE'S 

INDOOR CllUUH. 

THIIKK SHOWS A WKKK. 
HOOD PI.ACK TO PKACTIUK. W1UTK KA11I.Y. 



GEORGE and PAULINE K1DD 

Eccactrlc Gomsdy Sketch and Drum Solos. 

FRANK f. ST. JOHN, 



JI'HT Willi IT. 



FRED ZOBEDIE, 

1 lie Incomparable Hand Balancer, with Ills 
nlii.ii i.'tm m fn. 

DONE*. AS FAMILY 

AUSTRALIAN 

(Irarefiil. Artlstlr, Acrulintlc Mkatprn. 

HICIIARIMUJN HDIiLlOU SKATKS VSKU 

WM. f JESSIER, 

I1KAII UAI.AM -\mi 
THAl'K/K A Kit WIHK. 



THE FLYING LA VANS 

TI1K WOULD S MOH'l' MAHVKLOVI) 
AKK1AI. UVMNA8TH. 



THE 3 DE BOLIEN8 

Frennlk Acrobat, ami <'om««ly Aiil. 

AT l.IMBHTY IlKll. I. 

T1MK or ACT, H atlM 11TKH. 



PEARL FOREPAUGH, 
FRED WELCOME 



THE 3 C0RELLIS, 

" 0O1BDT PEATUBES. 



FAMOUS JAPANKHH TKOl'PB, 

IYI ATS UIYI OTA'S 

NOW UOOKINU lull Til K W1KTKU. 



FRED ECENER, 

rOMIEST 0L0WI 01 EABTH. 



ALEX. TOKOWSRTS 

Banian Singers and Danceri. 



TO PILL OPEN T1NB, 

Oood show town. Nice new limine. Just fitted up 
with eleotrlo lights and All modern lrn.prove.me.iUt. 
Seating capacity, 750. Population, 5,ooo; Suburban 
population, booo. Largest furnace In the Booth, 
and large mining crimps to draw from, Reached 
via two railroads. l«oulsvllle and Nashville, and 
Southern. Advertising matter to properly bill. 
SKl'i sheet boards, ;ixh sheet boards, 3x4 sheer 
boards, 3 each size. 900 lithographs, 2,k» dodd- 
ers. Write quick for open time. 

T. T. BLAltFORD, Manager. 

Cornwell Opera House, 

• LA FOLLKTTK, Tens. 



H.&H. MINSTRELS 

T*7 A NTS 

Two Inside End, double brass; Cornet, double 1st 
Violin: Baritone, doable 2d violin; Tuba, doable 
Bans Viol; Clarionet for B. andO. others write. 
Rehearse Ang. ML Tell all in first. 

A. K. BBRBMAN, Ida Grove, Iowa. 



RECEIVER'S SALE. 

liy Order or Civil District Court, All of the 

Buildings, Electric Fixture., Rfo, and 

laine ot THE FAMOUS 

Athletic Park, M Orleans, La. 

No limit, no reserve, AT PUBLIC AUCTION. 
AUG. 141. 1110(1. Particulars with Danzlger & 
Tessier, Auctioneers, or A. It. Leopold, Re- 
ceiver, New Orleans, La. 



WANTED AT ONCE, for 

ROE STOCK CO., 

HEAVY WOMAN. CHARACTER WOMAN, LIGHT COMEDIAN, ;I1EA\ V MAN, 
end JITVKNILE MAN to play ffime Clmractoru. Adtlrcas 

C. J. W. ROE, Kgr. Poll 1 . Htoclc Co., Hartford, Conn. 



WANTED, TO SUPPORT 

MISS EDYTHE FRANCIS, 

Leading Man, Leading Woman, Character Han, Character Woman, Heavy Man, Leading Juvenile 
Woman with 8peclntrics, tlen. Business Man; Pianist that can play Parts (man or woman). Those 
doing Specialties given preference. Salary no limit if you can do the work*. Pleasant engagement 



u»nk refs. 
week earlier, 



Tell all with programs and photo. Lowest salary. 
Woman with o year old child tor Parts and Speclait 



y own. Open Sept. 24. liehearnals 
fes. Address 
SKTII PEEL, Macon, Ho. 



WIGS 



TOUPEES, GREASE PAINTS, ETC. 

And th. Lat.it and Most Popular Styles In Ladles Hair Or.i.lng. 

A. M. ill CH & CO., 

11911. Iflatli Street. - - - - *- PktlaaelpkU 



The Only Original American Four, 

AT LIBERTY to Join reliable company, Dramatic or Vaudeville. The greatest ever in uuartctt* line, 
regards "to Al. Reeves." Reliable managers add. WILL FRKNCn, ■£>% So. Orange Ave„p.'ewarlt, N.J, 



Hbw Snng, Iml Onl-WHEB I0THBB TUCKED IE 11! a'AS^rVnIs. 

For Free Profcaionsl Copies send late program, with address, to Judge £. M. P. Urlster, Ncwart.Ohiu. 



Attention, Band and Orchestra Leaders! 

Do you want to Learn lo Compose and 
Arrange itfu-lc! if 10, send '4c. stamp for 
trial lesson. Nothing to pay until you have 
beou taught lessons 1, i and :i. if these lessuus 
do not coiivltmo you thai this Is Strictly Lvglt- 
lasate, then 'l'licy are Free. Don't write un- 
less you have a thorough knowledge of the rudl 
nients Df mimic, and Mean Bu-lnttii. 

. v. XV. WILCOX <i.°x C). 
IP Union Square, fiuw York City. 



WANTED QUICK. 

GOOD S. and D. SKETCH TEAM, 

SIM'IXT ACTS. Ktc. Would Iliij Troupe of 

small, young Dogs. Hal. oil you're worth. 

Itouze? No. Week stand. Stun at hotels, 

AUSTIN, LAWTON & AUSTIN, 

Friendship, Ann Arundiil Co., Md. 



CARS FOB SALE. 

t.Kif t. Pullman. VI atee] wheels ; safe, 1 Desks, 
Hammond Typewriter, Meddlng, Range, sleeps 
;iD people, standR M. C. H. iDsneeilon any- 
where, now In sprvlce. Price, * 1.500. worth 
$3,000. TOM KRANKI/YN NYK, 

Parsons. Kansas, 
P. H. — Also one 00ft. Baggage Car for sale 



Joe La Fleur, 

The Little Fellow On the High Ladder, 

Novelty, Whirlwind, Acrobatic Sensation. 



Joliii-LAfiMSTFR and IHYWARD-Naud 

Uomedj Urealor. Illjrli Hclioul Kiiii.Hlrlannt'. 

IN VADIIKVILLK nkxt wintkh. 
AHkLUUIH 1'INtlUH, Willi MOBIHH. 



DOLLAR TROUPE, 

BDBOPE'S 8BEATE8T ACBOBATS. 



BILL HARDDIG, 

THE JDGOMHG BDI. 



5 OUNEDIN TROUPE 5 

World'8 ramoni Arltatle 'Oyolbb. 



THE BAR&MUIVI AND BAILEY 
ROUTE BOOK 1906. 

ADVANCE COPY OF PREFACE : 

For three consprutive seasons the author has iauiirtied his 1 1 1 tin hark upon the sea of 
show-literature, and Insteud of the storms of criticism, which, as might liuvc been expected, 
would he encountered upon vetUurlng Into, what, to the author, were unknown wnterM, 
nothing but the aoftesi zephyrs of geuerous praise nnd Indulgent welcome luivc to bo 
r«<-orded. Thai such kind treatment may he meteU out lo his latest production In his devout 
desire, nnd to this end mom eurnest attention than ever has been devoted to rentier lh« little 
"Annuul" more complete and more Interesting, so that none shall sny that the youngest • 
horn la less lusty than his elder brethren. All those feuturen, therefore, which proved so 
popular to 11b ever-wldeulag circle of readers, have been retained, whllo much that la new, 
und which, It la 'hoped and believed, will bo of real Interest to oil, especially "show-folks,' 1 
has boon added. 

Two years' unremitting search and Investigation bnvo enabled tltn author to present 
to the reader much interesting data concerning old-tin;* circus people of both sexes, together 
with a collection of photographs eel Inn I tig entirely Anything that htm ever been previously 
(■(implied la this line. A compilation of anecdotes, plcturra and Hlurlex, extending buck to tlm 
time of llio primitive wagon-shows of the first half of the nineteenth cuniuiy, form Insirucltvu 
and most IntercHtlng reading and Information, 

11 Is confidently believed tint one thing alone will cause the "ItlOfl Hriule-hook" 
to be treasured and tenderly kept, that Is the biography Of our late nnd Moved chief, 
Mr. Jnmea A. Unlley. A short but comprehensive resume of the Ufa and career of this mini 
among men Is perhaps the "feature" of the lloute-book. The subject hus Itemi reverently 
dealt with by one who knew him well, and who had umoy reliable Hources of Information 
ut his command. 

With these few words of Introduction the author begs leave, gentle render, to usher the 
new route-lw.uk Into life, lie himself would be morn than satisfied did he but know that 
the render* would extract one-half the enjoyment In Its pcriutal and reference that lie Una 
hud In the writing- 

One word mote, and the Impatient reader may turn Ihc puge, A route-book contnlnlng 
a faithful record of the niitltltudluoua events crowding flint, one upon another, as ihcv 
neceRsurlly must with n big Institution as ours, Is not written ulonn and single liandeu. 
Weic the author to mention nnmes, It would be Invidious ; rather would he say that lie la 
Indebted to almost everyone with the show for much valuable Information which he himself 
would perhaps have failed to obtain. He takes this opportunity, therefore, to thank one and 
all, and to assure (hem of his very cordlni appreciation of their unfailing readiness to help 
him out. CHAM. ANUK1CS*. 



WANTED QUICK, Mug** Join en \tVlre. 

WOMAtC for Juveniles and General Business, IOUBRETTE with Sing- 
ing Specialty, Matt for Juveniles and General BuslneM, SPECIALTY 
MAN who can play parts. 

Other Re|i. People, write. Those who have written before, write Again. Stale all, height, weight, 

age, und lowest salary. ■ 

HERALD 8QUARE STOOD* OO., 

HITTER A FAN8I1AWK, week Ang., 0-11, Alexandria Hay, N. V.; week Aug. i:i-lH, Norwood, N. Y. 



AL.F. WHEELER'S .Z SHOWS 

"nV A X'TFII.. Tubfi, Cornet, and oilier Musicians ; Hlnck Kace t'oincdlun for Ton- 
WW JM.1M J. Mil «F ■■■,.,,,., p playing Ilrass, or Musical Team, Itoiibllng Ihind ; Versatile 
I'eople for Hing, Hide Kbow and Concert. Low, sure salarlea. hong season Hmith. Can 
place sober, Asslstnut Itoss ('nnvnsMan and worklngmen In all departments. 

Address, NKU'I'DHT, N. H. 



m ^w 



NTE 13 



PITVPfWIl for Shows. Tickets, dodgers, bllln, 
r nidi in a letterheads, envelopes, window 
cards, heralds and other small, type set work. 
Send for free samples and catalogue. 
VOLUNTKKK HIIOW 1'KINT, Itoynoldsvllle, pa. 



A FEW OPEN DATES LEFT. 

BaRNEY OPERA HOUSE, 

PUIXI EVILI.B, N. Y. T. H. ROUIIINB , Mgr. 

THE 
WONDERFUL 



FAMOUS GAGNON POLLOCK STOCK, 

People In all lines. Season opens at Hackroe Ih-ach, Hampton, Vis,, Aug. 20. AddreRS 

IIKUT O. (MORON, 110 VV. loth St., New York, 
Until Ang. 12. After that, lluckmc fleac-h, Ifamptou, Vu. 



MONOGRAM RED ROSE ROOGE 



Is made especially for the Profcodou. 

used HKPKATKULV until color is removed. Used properly 



11 it In the form of a rote with flvo petals. Hach petal can he 
li rune wiiMastover two moulhs. 



It l:an I"- carried la your purse or handkerrblet without ptuiimiK cither It l« not uircc:od by perspl- 
rulluiiursalt water. HUaTU KOUK tKSTH IN HTAlMP* roil HAS1PI.K. 

MONOGRAM CREME COMPANY, 

Ol IlKKKMAIf KTIIKK'l', «KW YOICIC. 



J. HENliT ROWLEY, TI,MUiM, ,w,nntr ' "• H J »- le " M 

tf t , l t*i» J* * «V WW «M* ). Un Mi0rtw BIJ0U noun, Pttmoa, H. 1. 



672 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August 11. 



a m now luia, van ai iuc iuusiu iiiuiiauisia uAvvnugv, uuu «v> » «v r# «> 

THO' YOU'RE GONE, s FORGOTTEN 

The Ballad Hit Which All Are Sitting Dp and Taking Notice Of. By Far the Greatest of all Ballads. By Writer of the Famous Bute Song, "H1HABI 6BEEH." 

LATE PROGRAMME. CARDS NOT REOOONIZED. 

C. M. CHAPEL <& CQ.. Music Publishers, CHICAGO. 

I'ila." Carthnge Fair opens 1 1, and win 

'•(■ill Into" the resorts for four days 
Iiipk Monfort, soprano, pupil of I, Inn ,\1titi ioM* 
tins mewed mi engagement at Murysvilb-' 
Tcno..... . ..lack Norworth nod fata Wtf 

wife, Louise Dresser, who have been eniov 
Ing Lhnlr vacation on Price 11)11. have gnu* 

But (a loin r*w Fields Blanche sK 

hnffey. whose vocal triumphs ui the Zoo were 
emphajic, mny go Into vaudeville for a t"ii 

weeks' rim. next Winter Four of tbe 

Oscar Khrgott Opera Co.'s chorus a Iris— 
Misses Beck. Weiss, Hatfield nod Hartford— 
created a sensation liy nppenring as joekeva 
In n race over Conpy Island ennsse last wre'ti 

.. Musical Director Charles Zimmerman' 

after seven weeks at. Chester Parks, lunis 
his tution over to Prof. Mandarine, and re- 



On tftc Roao 

All Houtvn Muni flinch In Not Later 
'I'll mi Monduy. 



DRAHATIO. 

AMrlrh. rims. T. (A. IF. Woods, mgr.)— Pitts- 
burg. Fa., tin, nmritlo. -N. v.. i;i-i8. 

Anderson. I*. A. (Chns. K. Rhinoy Amuse. Co., 
mcni.)— N. Y. Clly (111. 

Aubrey Stock. Mfltenlhiil Hros.'— HIddlotown, N. 
Y„ till. 

Alhee Slock IB, F. Albee, mgr.)— Providence, It. 

1., fl. IndelluHC. 

Alpine Stock— Tipton, Ind., r.-ll. Knkomo 12-18. 
"An Told in Hie HtllR," W. I". Mann's (Earl Doty, 

msr.t— Clui'lmmtl, O., ll!-IH. 
"At the World* Mercy." Silencer A Afaorn'H (Itn- 

InnU G. Prny. injur. )— Cincinnati, 0-, 5-11, 

Cleveland CMS. 
"At Cripple Creek." Knsleni, K. J. Cnrpentcr's— 

Wllnilnglnn. Pel.. K-tli, Plulnfleld, N. J., 19, 

Ciimden II, ir», Pntcrsou 10-1S. 
"At Cripple Creek," Western, K. ,1. Carpenter's — 

Danville, in.. I). Decatur 1", Jfiifinllinl. Mo,, 

II. Kansas City la-lN. 
"Ack.su ihe I'Holiir" iChiM, li. Blanff Amuse. Co., 

.nigrs.l--N. Y. City ll-ll. 
"Adrift In New York 1 * (J. B. ArkPrmnn, i»kM— 

nnonfon. N, -I., 111. Client or, 1'h.. 17, 18. 
"Arizona" (David T. limn use, mar.)— Atlantic 

City, N. .!.. ll-S, Allooun, Pa., 0, Johnstown 10, 
■ Pittsburg 11-TM. 
Blanche Uni«w (Darbl Brlnnco, mgr.)— N. Y. City 

fl. Hulcilnltc. 
Bunt Inc. Rmnin (Karl Burgess, mgr.) — Burllng- 

lou, Vt.. (Ml. Troy, N. Y., i:i-is. 
Burgess, Kail (Coo. K. Kohliiimn, mjrr.)— Amster- 
dam, N. Y., (til, Schenectady HJ-lHi. 
BuiBUMH. Enrl (Kreil A. Haywiml. mgr.)— fHena 

Fall*. N. v., tilt. I'itlsllelil, Miish.. |;i-]s. 
Burlaw. Karl (Frank K. Sherry, mgr.l— Perth 

Anibny. N. J., li II, Chester, l'n., Hl-ls. 
Barrle Slunk (Kdwln Rurrle, mgr.)— loin, Kim., 

BPnton's CnmeillntiH (P, Fl. Uenton, nwr.) — Ilo- 
hart. Dkl.i., ill I, Aundarkii 13-tH. 

Bmnn-IliiliPr Klock— Mllwuukw, Win., fl, Indefi- 
nite. 

Brandon Playem— 'I'iipoiiiii. Wnwli., tt, I ml Ml n It p. 

Buehannn, i.nrmlnp, Slotk— HutcIiiiiMin, Khii., 

"Browii of irnrvard" (llonry Miller, mj;r.>— Cld- 

eaun, It),. (|, IndPlliilte. 
"Brtir.ir.l'H Hants" Lincoln .1. Ciirtcr'H— Chk'iiKO, 

Ml., il. tiidellnlle. 
"Berllia, Hie SpwIiic Mtidilnr UliI" (A. II. Wooils, 

nu:r. )— Bwloii. Mnss,, (111. N. V. City UMH. 
Billy, the Kltl" ( (ten Hmhh. nmr. )~H«iinloti, 

N. J„ 8. Kllxnhelli 0-tl, N. V. Cllv I8*SB. 
"Krlli? nf .lii|inii" 10. II. Klilon, iiiBT.l-- Alexnti. 

•Ivlii, (nil.. 10, I, Imn. (I.. 11. Porttnud. Itul.. IS. 

Hurtfiiril City M, ItlulTtnn IT., Fort Wnvno 10. 

Bryan. >.) . 17. Miuit]H>lliir IS. 
"Bud Mini fr»m Mexico" (Cliaw. R, lllmiev Aitiiimp. 

Co., inKrHj.-i'nicrisoii, N. .1., o-ll, Plttstiuri;, 

Ciittp'r Rloek (Wiilliice It. duller, rour.)— Hamll- 

i on. (I.. ii-D. lliliiuin i:i-js. 
Cnla Slock i.hil.n Unite, mcr.)— ItoBlnit, Mann., 

I!, llliii-lliille. 

Culirnrulii Slock (Kmllli & Krcderickfl, mi,*r«.}— 
Siicnini.'iUi. Cut., (IScpt. HO. 

Cliiciipi Slock iCIimn. II. llnsslvani. mar.)— Port 
Huron. Midi., till, .SiikIiumv 1L'-1«. 

Crnivf.n-.l-s sn,vk~Tr<iy, N, V., II, Indefinite. 

"Cfllil'eiwl<in i»f ti Wife" (A. II. Wouds, tiiur.)— 
St. Loiiln, Mo., la-lK. 

"Clii nil town Cluirlle" (A. II. Wnmla. nmvA — De- 
troit. Mlcb., Ml, Tided", O..HMO, liiiyloii 111- 

"0>wli«.y Cfi-1." Ktistet-n (Kllroy & Brlltoa. 

niKi'w.l-- HI. [.iiiiIn, Mil, jy-lS. 
"Cowley dirt." IVi^teni (Kllroy ft Hrlll.»n. 

mum l — ThrlOH, linl., s, lilmrion in, Hnrtloril 

l'lly il, nine iHlntiil, 111., is. W.MKi'kii 1.1, Sliel- 

■ lun U. Mmilleellii, lnil.. IS, Altlcn 111, l.nfu. 

yetle 17, Danville, 111.. IK. 
"Cow PinH'lier." W. !•'. Miliars (J. It. Hilt, mtr.) 

—Bunion Harbor. Midi., IS. 
"Convlet's nnimlitor," Uet.rne It, Sniiiuels' — Wank- 

limtnii, il. v., u-ii, piiiiiiiieitililn, Pit., i;mh. 
Dnue. (Vcnr—N. Y. Cllv iM-SO, 
IV IVw-nnnlelte Stnek (Tlios.- K. Pe Pew, mar.) 

- Knrl Snillb. Ark., fl- 18, Menu Hllll. 
"PpvU'n Auction, *' Clms. H. Yule's— llrooklyii, 

», V.. il-ll. 
Hlwvn. Liu-lie— Itiilbinil, Vt.. Oil, North Ailunis, 

Mass.. litis. 
Klleronl Slock -Oiiklaml. Citl., tl, Indcllnllc. 
"K.vc >Vltiii'HK." Lincoln .1. Ciirler'H— UUIch«o, 

"Rlehl Bells," Brim. Hynie— AVooiiwieket, R. I., 

10. 
Ftirninu. Dilstln (The Klrke l.n Slielle Co.. tneis.) 

— \. V, r.Hy t). tn.lclbitte. 

FpiiIhts Stock I Hen, M. rfrfthpK, ihki-.I— Pivk- 

skill. N. Y„ (t II, 
IVvvIs C'iiiii'ii|;in« iiiiti-i-y Puhb, msv.l— (Invn ltnv, 

Wis., r.ll. Applcton 18, Itshkosb Fl IS. 
"Fliiinlne Arrow," l.tinidn .1. Curler's— Wunke- 

pin. III.. IK. 
"Vmt Wall" i Kent | ,V IlayiMir. nittrs.l— (\dulohus, 

O,, OS, l.liun ft. Fort Way a p. Ind., It, Toleilo, 

O.. 10 IS. 
"Four Corners ..f (he Kiirlli," Kllnit A Uanolo'H 

iFriuik ilatKoln, inirr. > — I^uiIhvIHp. Ky,. 18 IK. 
"For Munrtli mill llmne," Klmer Wiiltpw' (Titos. 

Bee. mum-. I - UeiKislin. Win.. !>, Klllhoiii O. .limes- 

vlili- 7. ItcUdl H, PImiii, III., II. Clinton, In.. 

10, DulnniiiP 11. Wnterhs. Kl. Kldoni H. Fort 

Liodne 1 r», pes Moines HI IS. 
Ciluioiir ,v l.n Tone Stock - Uiilelini. I'a., (Ml. 
"tlreat .lewel itoMiery" -Itiillhnorp. Mil., Oil, 

Rrooklvii. N'. Y., CI-1K. 
"(inmbler or Hie \VohI" [A. 11. Woods, mar.) — 

Newnrti, N. .1.. ll-ll, M'lbntiiKton. pel,, lri-lS, 

Cnmiloii. N. .1.. Ill IK. 
Ilowniil Hall ICIut*. K. Blaiiey Aiihikp. Co.. mew.) 

— N. Y. Cllv II II. 

Hum Slock |M. A. Muni, mur.)— Munlstnc, Mich., 

11. Miii'ittiPtlP tlllS, 
Mori 'a Coineily (II. (I. Allen, iiufr.)— Bar brook. 

la., oil. Moiiikello i;i-iK. 
Hitlnniu. Mnnile (W. A. Dillon, mcr.t — Pnter-foti, 

N. ,),. « II, Mlilillelown, N. Y.. Cl-18. 
Hi'Tiilmum siock |W. .1. A n. It. Henderson, 

niyrs.l-- LsinoiH, la.. Oil. 
Hlllinnii. Mny, Stuck (Kmest Schnnliel, mitr.)— 

Bellows Fulls. Vr„ ll-l'S, 
Hrrnld Scinnre Stock lUIMer .v Faiisluiwi', mars.) 

- Alexandria Buy. N. Y., ill t, Norwood 13-18. 
llelsinmi Stnek--Siiviiuiiali. (in., 0, liuleHntte. 
"Her imly Sin." I.lncnlii ,1. Curler's— Sonlfa 

• 'liirnmt. 111., IS, 111. 
"Her I'lrst 1'iiNe Sle|i." C. P. Wbllaker'fl— Al- 
ivana, t'n.. is. 

"lloilBo of Mystery*' (Mltlcntlnil Bros.' Amuse. 

Co., nutrs.l — Montrrpiil. Can., 13-1S, 
"liana Hanson" (.lames T. MeAlpln. nn:r.l— Coal 

City. 111.. 11, I^liik'ton HI, Farmlnglon 14. 15, 

I.pioy 10. Mel. i t7, WlltlnnmvlltP IS, 

Jenvons stin'k ITIieo. .icavniis. mn*) — Lalrolie, 

Pa.. (111. Kusi piHalmrir HI-IS, 
"Johnny Wise." stepheiis & Linton's— Teeiimseh, 

Mich.. IS. 
"Jipo Struck Town." Knsleni, Klmer Wallers' 

(Kit lip Noyer, mur.l— Ble Itnnbls, Midi., it. 

ll.eil City 7. i,ii'l)ii,'i"ii S, MioiUtee ft, Traverse 

City 10, East .Ionian 11. 
Knott, Hour-He (Swecly, Sliiintnui & Co.. niars.l — 

Bur Hiirlmr. Me., S, Itelfasl It, Camden 10. 

Bath 11. Slierlirocke, Que.. Con., 1.1, Quebec 

14. in, Berlin. N. 11., 17. 
Kunneily Players (Pen Levis, incr.l— Holdon, Mo., 

0-11. Il.iiinlbtil Ltl.K. 
Ke.vsiinii' Pianinltc (Mux A. Aniobl, mar.) — Oa- 

lnli, Me., 0-11. RniliMirl 1.1-18. 
Kelley Stock r Jewell Kelley, mar.) — Levlnnton, 

Ky., (1-11. Port«moulli, 0„ HI-18. 
Klncdpv-ltiifliutn ij:. 11. Russell, inicr.} — Bowllna 

Orpen, Mo., fl-18. 



Leslie. IhmhelP (Shn Allen, nigr.)— Wllkcs- 

Hiirrc. Pa.. Oil, Pnlorson, N. .!., IftVIR, 
Luke Hrody Slock (K. (l. Ilartinno, insr.)— Kent, 

(l.. tt, Indetlnlle. 
La Verne A I^verlna— ItiMiaoke, Va., fl-11, Nor- 

fnlk i:t-18i 
"Linn ami Hie Mouse," Knstern (Henry H. Harris, 

Nlftr.)— N. V. City fl, bnlennlle. 
"Lion and llie Mouse." WiiOern (Henry B. Harris, 

lii»r. I— Chleaao, 111., (l, hidellnlte. 
"141th? Onieasl," M'eslpm, B. .1. ('nrpenter's — ■ 

Kl-ln, HI.. 10. I).- Kalh 80. Savanna 81. Pu- 

buiuic. In., 88, Dyenvllle 8H, Mnnchealer 24, 

Oelweln 2,'t. 
Mclntyre mid lleatb (Klaw A Krlnncer. man.) — 

N. Y. City 0, IndeOnllP. 
Myrkle-Hiinlpi- Block, Weatera (Kunene J. Hall. 

nixr. i— Newark, P., (Ml. Miinele, Ind.; CMS. 
Miienillloti'H l'lnyers (Don Maciolllon, m5r.) — 

I'lltsbiirfj, Kim., 5-11. 
Murray A Maekey (John J. Murray, mgr.) — 

Atliens. <)., il-is. 
Mm-wm-tYpjilr Stock— La 1'latla, Mo., 0-10, But- 
ler II, J.i-.lin 12 18. 
McCidlian SKM-k (W. B. MfCiillum, mcr.)~Port- 

Itiiiil. Mr., 0, indefinite. 
Matt lee Si.«:k (Ward 11. Malllce, incr.)— tODMO. 

(Int., Can,, (I, indefinite. 
M'siro Slis-k (J. IL Moore,- Minr.)— Ilochcater, N. 

V.. (I. Indefinite. 
Stiller Bros." Slock (.ToJhi M. Miller, niBr.)— 

l'eoria. III., (I. indrtlnlte. 
Mnuiielll UfW.'— Troy, ()., (l-l I. 
"Mail or Her Choice''— Baltimore. Mil.. 0-11. 
"MIssoarlaiiK"— N". Y. City 0-11. 
"Mooiiftlilot-r's Dtiuctilpr," W. V. Mann's (Roy 

Kiinraton. mar.)— Chicago, 111., 18-18. 

"Midnight Flyer," Nnrlhrrn (Anson Varney. mcr.l 
~ Bat Hi* Creek. Mich.. '8, Plain well 0, Raton 
HnfililN in. hmtslnv II, Hi'iiud Li-dee 12. SI. 
Johns II, Ovumi IS, Corinma 10, Flint 17, 

llaitlnp is. 

"Mliliiltfht Flyer,'' Western (Bd. Anderson, mar.) 
— .Monllcpllo. Ind., K, BrookKlon 0. Wllllams- 
pnit 10, Puovlllp, III., II, Wi-stvllle IS, Mnl- 
looa HI, Bethany It, Creriiup 15, Tolwlo 10, 
Snlllvnn 17. Clnirlenlon IK. 

"My Wire's Family." (Vnlral .Stejihens A Lln- 
I oil's— Toledo, (».. 8-11, Wynndotle. Midi., 12, 
Dundee Ft, Tecuinseh 1-1. Pnuldlna, I)., 15, 
Anpibi. Ind.. 10, Peeiitiir 17. BluOtoii 18. 

"My Wife's Fatuity." Wesiern (W. Mc(i-)wnii. 
nmr. )— Antlu'o, Wis., K. Merrill 0, (irnnd Flnplila 
H>. Itliliiplnniler II, Wmismi 10. 

"Millionaire Tramp," Bnslern. Klmer Walters' 
IP. J. Itonoluie, incr.)— Fort Wayne, 1ml., 5, 

Ill'llllllllltfjlfK fl-8. 

"Millionaire Tramp," Western, Klmer Walters' 

iC A. 'Vnlkcr. mgr.) — Knnsiis t^lly. Mo., 15-11, 

Dps Moines, In,, 12 15. 
Morris, Wllliata tJoaeph Weber, mgr.) — Chteago, 

111., II, Itidellnite. 
New Century Stock (Harrison A Knrherlaild. 

intrrs.)— SiMliilla, Mo., Oil. l'ltlslmra. Kan., 12- 

18. 
North Bros.' Slock— Frnnkrort, lad., Ll-18. 
"Nellie, Hie News HI rl"— Chlca «o. 111., 12-18. 
tlMunn Slock (John Osumn, niRr.) — Pinkersbiire;, 

W. Va.. 11-18. 
"(in the flrldce fit MldnljjhL" Kllmt A ChxxoIo'h 

II. K. (John, Mgr.)— St. Cloud, Minn.. 12, 

Itriilaerd HI, CrnokHiou M, (Irand Forks. N. 

Dnk., 1.1, tirnflon UI, Whin t pee, Man., Can., 

17, IS. 
"Oar Ohl Kentucky lliane 1 ' (Win. Ileywnod. intr-) 

—Toner, Minn., 8. Kljr 0, Vlr B Hila 10, HIMiIiik 

11. 12. 
'Oilier I *ei tale's Money" (Halifax Womlntl. nmr. ) 

—Fort I'M ward. N. Y„ 11. Greenwich 15. Tl- 

coiiileroita 111, Fulr lluvni. Vi,. 17, Cnstleton 

IK, 
"Old Isaacs of Ihe Bowery" (CilnH. K. Blaney 

Antneei Co. Hiyrs.)- --Cleveland. O.. fl-lt. 
Prescoit. Vivian (('bus, K, Blaney Amuse. Co., 

WKra.)— l'liilmlelphhi, Pa., 4-11. N. Y. City 13- 

IS, 
Plielim stock IR, V, Phelan, mgr.) — Portlnud, 

Me. fl, Indclhittc. 
Pay I on Minimi ic. s. Pnytoa, mgr. )— Little ltoek, 

Ark., n-11, Fori Smlilt 12-25. 
t'erurlil-Hynaeue ((.!. D. I'eruchl, mgr.) — Aiuriistn, 

Co.. li. Imteltnlle. 
Pet-uchl-Crnxcne (C. D. Pernclil, insr.)— Knos- 

vllte, Tpiui., fl, Indellnlte. 
Plilpiis, Chus. 11. (Win. Morris, mgr.) — Burling- 
ton, In., II, linlelhille. 
"Power i.r Money" (A. IL Woods. Mgr.) — Ho- 

liokrii. N. J., 11. Hiiltlmore, Md., 1.1.18. 
"Poor Helallon." Davis & Kugenr'a (L. A. Nelms, 

nifjr.i-CIHniKo llekbls, III.. 18. La Porte, 

Ind., HI, Mlstinwaka 14. Anhurii 15, Athlon 1U, 

Cmi-elt 17. Fort M'nyne IB. 
"(jiifpn nf lliKliblnders" (A. II. Wnods. mur.) — 

N. V. City (III, Providence, It. L. 1.1-18, 
"Oiu-eii of (be White Sluves" (A. H. .Woods m^r.) 

— Hull'alo, N. Y., 0-11, Toronto, Caw.. 13-lK, 
"ynlney Adams Sawyer," Western (W. P'Nell, 

liiKr.t— Bay City. Mich,, S, Flint 11. St. John 

Hi, flwnsso 11, Muskegon 12, Alllguu HI, Bntllc 

Crwk l-l, Adrian in. 
"IlllkNl lln* Hip Tm-t" (A. I). Woods. im*r.l— 

Biirllngloli, N. .)., II, Kllanltetb 1S-1B, llolinken 

HI IS. 
"Ituce for Life" (p. II. Sullivan Amtise. Co.. 

mars.) -Hoboken, N. .1., 12-15, Treulon 10, 17, 

Bnrllmctoii 18. 
"Rose Valley" (Wilt .1. Block Aiuiisp. Co., nigra.) 

— nhleiiRo. 111., 0-18. 
"Itlji Vnn Whiklp." Bller's (Joe Becker, mgr.)— 

NiKtb Plalle, Nelir.. 8, (iiitleiihiiru; 10. Lcxhw 

Ion 1 1. Bhu Crwk W Kearney 10. Sheltmi 17. 
Sontliern, Cbnuneey 1.. Iltolnnd A. Oahorae, mgr.) 

- Aalievillp. N. (;.. 0, hidellnlte. 
SI evens Ciune.lv i Hurry A. Stevenn, mgr.) — Weal 

FrankrorL 111.. Oil. 
StutiK. J. IL, Stock (Lawrence Pclrrsun, lngr.) — 

Biilnn Routte, La., fl-Si-pl. 1. 
Sterlhig Stock— Cedar Hatdds. In,. IMS. 
"Secrel of Police" (A. IL WomK mgr.)— Phila- 
delphia. Ph., L'l-IS, 
"Struggle for Cold" (Arthur ,1. Woods, aigr.) — 

I'lvinoiitli. Wis., d, Two Rivers 7. Manitowoc R. 

Wiiiipiicn 0. Seymour 10, Sturgeons Bay It, Al- 

ennln 13, He Pen* l-l. Chlllon 15. Weynuwcga 

Hi. H!|»mi 17, MarU-Min 18. 
"Sunny Soulh" (.1. C. Iloekwell, mgr.)— Nan- 

tnskel Hen eh, Mass., fl-Scpf. 0. 

"Sln-iilltlris" SprmKllehl. O.. 8, Colnmtuis f)-ll. 

"Slrmmei- In Town." StepheiiH A t^nlon's— Lan- 
sing, Mich., 13, Indny City II. pontine 15. 

Snriila, Did.. Can., 10. Port Huron, Mich., 17, 

Monnl Clemens IS. 
Tnylor Slock |W. It. Taylor, mgr.)— New Bed- 
ford, Mass., (1-18. 
Titrker. Klbel. Stm-k (Mack Bros., mgrs.)— Lofl 

Anweles, Cnl., (I, tiulctlnlte. 
"Tnht In the Hills" (Will J. Block Amuse. Co., 

onrrs.)--Ctili'HKo. 111., fl, Indefinite, 
"Tlmriin and (trnnge Blossoms." Rowland A cur- 
rent's— Chicago. III.. CMS. 
"Too Proud to Bes." Lincoln I, Carter's — Ke- 

noslni. Wis.. 12. Wisslstoek. HI.. 13. Uurvnrd 
14. Klkhnni. Wis.. I A. Dnrllngtoti 111, Wnn- 

kesha IT. Fond dil Lac 18. 
"Two Merry Tramps" iMcVean A Vetter. nigra.) 

— Toluca, III.. 0-11. 1'ekln 12. TAm-nln 1.1, Jack- 

wnvllle 14. Mason City 15. Taylerville 10, Pana 
IT. Pceiiitr IS. 
"luele Toiii'm Cabin." AI. W. Martin's— "era, 
li:d.. s. iMillaiiiijinUs 11-11, Daylon. O.. KM". 

l^lmuhns 1(1-1 S. 
"Uncle Toin'i Cal-lli." Stetson's, Ritaterii (P. .1. 

■Imies, mgr.)— Itiihway. a, J., 8. Metuclien B. 

Princeton 10. Bonlentown 11. Hlghtstown la, 

Hivershle M. Pnlmyni 15. 
"Pnele Tom's Cabin." Sietson's. Western (M. T. 

I. ne, mur. )— A ah I and, Wis., S. SuiHM-lor ft. l»n- 

Intb. Mian., 10. nibbing tl. Braluenl 12. LIKle 

Fall* 14. St. Cloud 15, New Him 10. 8t. Peter 
17, Maaknlo 18. 
"I'ncle Jouli Rprncrliv." Kaslern (Hanks A Frntee, 

mirnO— DMcajVs HI., 0-11. 
"Cindp Tom's Cabin." Terry's (W. O. Duiker. 

■IB,)— Lexhigtuii, HI., 11, Odell 13, Bincevllk' 



II. Coal City 15, Wilmington 16, Brnlihrood 17, 

DvfalM IK. 
Van F»yke nml KatOI tt. Mack, mgr.)— -Spring- 
Held, III.. 0-11. 
Vance. Boa trier (Klmer K. Vance, mgr.) — Pltla- 

i" -■■. Pa., (MI, Batllmore. Md., 13-18. 
Valliiuioiil Stock (Lyman A. Pray, mgr.) — Wil- 

llains]iorl. Pa., 0. Indednlie. 
William*. I.oltle (Cliaa. K. Blaney Arouse. Co., 

uigm.l — I'hlladelplilii. Pa.. 18-25. 
William-* ami Walker (M. II. Raymond, mgr.)— 

N. Y. Gil? 1825. 
Wlnnlnger Bros." Own (Frank Wlnnlngcr, mgr.) — 

Winona, Minn., fl-lfl. Kan Claire. Wis., 13-18. 
Warner Comedy I Ren It. Warner, mgr.l— SoMlcra' 

drove, Wis., 0-8, U Forge Oil, Hlllsboro 13- 

18. 
Walluck'a Theatre, Northern (Dnblnsky Bros., 

nigra.) -—Itoek Island. III.. 0, Imlclinlle. 
WalJack's Ttieatre, Soutbern (Dublns.ky Bros., 

mgrs.) — Lincoln, Nebr., 0-1 1. 
"WHe's Secret," Spvncrr A Ahnrn's (Joseph 

-Mount, ni-jr. I— Dayton. 0-. 0-8. lllclimond. Ind., 

0, Anderson 11, ImliauapollR 13-10, Terre 

Haute HMK. 
Young. Kilwln, Slock— White Plains, N. Y., Oil. 
"1'oiiug BnfTnlo" (CIiiik. K, nlann Amuse. Ho., 

logra.)— Allooua, Pa.. Id, 11, Plltaharg 13-18. 

MVSWAJh 

AiIiIp Opera (Lw Adilc. mgr.)— Mobile, Aln.. B, 

Indeflnltp. 
Butler. Helen May. and her Ladles Band (J. L. 

Spalin, mgr. )— Hahinpip. In., 0-11, Denver, 

Colo.. 12-Scpt. Ik 
Black Pnlll Trontiadoiirs IR. Voelckel. mar.)— 

MliUllptown, N. V., 8, Npwharg 0. Saratoga 10, 

Cohoea II, Allinny 13-15, Oneonta 111, Blag- 

iiumton 17, JauH'slow'n IS. 
Cohan, (ieo. M. tSam H. Harris, mgr.) — N, Y. 

City <t, Itidellnite. 
Clin mlM-rlaJn nml bis Band— Blnghnmlon. N. Y., 0, 

hiiloflalte. 
Creahire't) Rami — Inilianapolla. Ind., 0-11. 
Conway's Ithaca Bund— Atlantic CHy, N. J.. 0-18. 
Dim and his Rami I Frederick Pblnney, mgr.) — 

Winnipeg, Man., Cuu., 0-11. 
FalritniiiN Boston Concert Hand (Wm. R. Kern, 

mm-.)— Atliinllc Oily, K, J-, 0. Indefinite. 
Flsi-her's Milltarv Band iChas. M. Fischer, mgr.) 

—New Orleans. 'La., (I, Indellnlle. 
Haltl'H Baud— Philadelphia, Pa.. 0. Indefinite. 
Howe. Leinui. Drelienlra— Ixing Bnineli, N. J., 0, 

luilelluitc. , 

HertsTt'B. Victor, Orchestra — Philadelphia, Pa., 

5-11. 
Henry. T. P., and Ids Band— Pes MoIucm, la., 0, 

indefinite. 
Inula nud lifs Orcliestml Band— Lake Mlnnctonkn, 

Mlun.. 5-llt. 
.Inula. Klslr (Ltehler A Co.. mgrs.)— Clilcngo, 111., 

0, liideflnllc. 
Kendall. Musical— Pnrlhind. Ore., fl, Indpfliilte. 
Klltliw Baud (T. P. J. Power, mgr.) — Chicago, 

111., 11. 
LihernH's Band— Clilcngo. III., 0, indeflnlte. 
I,amlirni.l's Boyiil Veuelinn Band — Bhllndelptila, 

l*n.. 0, ludrllulle. 
"Latnl of Nod"— Chicago. III.. 0, IndeSnlte, 
May, F.i l mi (Charles Fruhimui, mgr.) — London, 

Klig.. 0, Indellnlle. 
"Man from Now" (Henry W. Savnge, mgr.) — 

Biistou. Mass., 0, liulelllilte. 
Pollurd Ltlllpullnn njterif (C. A. Pnllanl, m K r.) 

— Kenorn, Can., fl-8, Fort William 0-U, Mon- 
treal KIScpl. I. 
Poxxi'H Band — Cblcaoo, 111., 0, Imleltnllr. 
Kosiiit's Band— Clndiiiiatl, I)., fl. Indefinite. 
Itoynl Artillery Band (Joseph Do VHu, mgr.) — 

BalthnoiP. Md., Sejil. HI. 
Bomnn lni|K'rIal Rand — Philadrlphla, Vn., 8, In* 

dell ii lie. 
Royal Canadian Hand (J. M. Finn, director). — 

Unuiliu. Nolo-.. 0. indefinite. 
San Krani-iseo Opera (Russell A Drew, mgrs.) — 

Seattle. Wash., it, Indellnlle. 
Slafer and tils Brooklyn Marine Band — Brighton 

Bcndi, Coney Island. N. 1'.. (i, .hidellnlte. 
Sonsa nud liis Rand (John Phtlln Sonsa, comlllc- 

lor).— Philnilolphiii. Pa.. 1 2 Sept. 3. 
Sclilliiunyl's Hungarian Rami— Chicago. HI.. 5-11. 
"'ffoelal Whlri" iSlmlK-rt Bros., Djn.)— N. Y. 

Cllv fl, Indelliilte. 
"S.Hlnl Ctrl" (K. Marali, mgr.l— Clnelnnntl, O., 

O-Hept. 10, 
Ttimaas', Theoilore, Orchestra— Clilcngo, III., 0- 

Sept. I. 
Willlims. Hattle (Charles Frohmaii. mgr.)— -N. Y. 

City fl. hiiletliilte. 
Wills Mualeiil (John B. WIIIb. mgr.)— Mont- 
gomery. Al«., fl-11. 
Welter's, John C, Military Band— Chicago, 111., 

1 3-20. 
WpII's Band— Chicago, 111.. 0. Indellnlle. 

II! HLMSQt C AM) \ A 1 HF V 1 1, 1. 1 ]. 
Adiiias. Ceo. IL, Yiiudevlllp (A. L. Bnvllle, nigr.) 

— Monnl Vernon, 0„ 5-11, 
Angell's Vaudeville— Cniilon, Mo„ 8-11, UOaat 

PtMisnnl 13-18. 
Brigadiers (Chnrki Cromwell, mgr.) — Milwaukee, 

Win., ll-IN. 
Colonial Belles (Oha». Fulke, mgr.)— ritlshurg, 

Pa.. 13-18. 
Herrauinn, the Clival — Montreal, Can., fl-11. 
Imperials (Jesse Bunih, mgr.) — Pltlaburg, Pa., 

0-11. 
Ideals (Sim WHllmiiB, mgr.)— Detroit, Mich., G- 

11. 

MINSTItELH. 
Allen's, A. fl. (Ceo. W. Qillne, mgr.)— Rlnck- 

well. Oklu.. 8. Wellington. Knn., 9, Caldwell 10, 

Pond Creek, (*khi., II. Klnglisber 13, Henoesev 

II, Waukoiula 15, Kuhl 10, Omega 17, Wntongn 

18. 
Culhiine. O e A WcBton's— Gicennori, N. Y., 0, 

Wakelleld, R. I., 10, WlcWord 11. 
Donnelly A llntHcld's (A. O. Field, mgr. )— Brymi, 

O,. K, Vnu Wert 0, Oellna 10, St. Marya 11, 

Wnpakouefn HI, BellefontHliie 14. Xenla 15. 

Washington Court Hotiae Hi, Wilmington 17, 

HltlKhorn 18. 
Dp Hue Bros.' (Billy De Roe. mgr.)— -Auaabtc 

Forka. N. V.. II. Keesrlllp 10. Mlnevllle II, 

Tlcondernim 13. Whitehall 11. Fair Haven. VI. 

If.. Salem, N. Y.. 10, Cainhrldge 17, Urecn- 

ivlcti 18. 
Dnlv's, Win. Josh— Liincasier, Pa.. Oil. 
Dandy Dixie's (Joint .1. Nolan, mgr.) — Washing- 

1 P. C.. 0-11. Harrisonburg. Vn., 13, Char- 
lottesville 14. Richmond 15, 10, Charlotte, N. 

C. 17, Onffitey, 8. C, 18. 
Pe Laud's— llntlcton. Pa.. OS. 
Fleld'a, A. «.— Urliimn. 0-. 8. Flndloy 0. Fremont 

H). Elyrlu 11. Ashtabula 13, BratUiml. Pa., 11, 

Pu Bols 15, Wllllumsport 10. Klmlra, N. Y., 17. 
Gorton's (C. C. Pearl, mgr.) — Fort Kdwanl, N, 

Y., 0. Brnmlnn. Vt., 10. Bristol II, Mlddlebury 

13, Vergennes It, St. Albana 15, Bnrrc 10, 

Mout|ieller 17. 
Havi'ilv'H (Fre»l T>. Fowler, mgr.) — Puterson, N. 

.1.. 13, Pliilimnekl 14. Norrlatown, Pa., 15, 

Alleatowti Hi, Itea.lhu; 17. llarrlahtirg IS. 
New York Hi. L. Silver, mgr.l— Devifa I-»ke. 

N. Dak., S. Cliutrb'a Ferry 0. Catido 10, Bolla 

11. 
Priuirose. Oeo. K. (F. J. Dnnne, mgr.)— Lynn, 

Mass., 111. 
Richard* A. Cringle's (Busco A Holland, mgrs.) 

— Nelami, B. C. Can.. 11. Plwvnlx 15. Grecn- 

widd Hi, (iiiiuil Forks 17. llepuhHe. Wash.. 18. 
Sap Francisco— Newjiort, N. IL. 8. Clarcmoct, 

Vt.. O, Winner. 10, Hnrtlauil 11. 
VosePB (John W. Vngel. mgr.)— Chllllcothe, 0., 

8, Dnrtou 0-11, Detroit. Mich., 12-18. 
t TENT SHOWS. 
Alton A Anderson's— Wellslwm. -1ml,, 8, Lake- 

viite 0. New I'arla 10; rtleul«enrllle. O., 11. 

Mtnitpelter 13, Brvim H. Napoleim 10, Defiance 

Hi. Dodder IT, Havllnml 18. 
Br.nnim ,V Balle.v'B— Ollawa. Out., Can.. 0, Kings- 
ton 7, Belleville 8, I'etcrboro :). Toronto 10. 

Hamilton 11. Bratilford 1.1. Ouelph 14. Stratford 

15. I..u'!m. 111. ci,«(tNMit 17. St. Thoma* 18. 
Bllfinlo OIU's Wild West, Col. A*Bb V. Cody (Fml 



B. Ilnicliinson. mgr.)— Blaln, Austria, fl. 1c«- 
rhen 7, Mnbr-QOlran s, Tnippan li. I'reratl 10, 
Bntnn II, 12, Iglati 13, llelcliealierg II. Xlttau, 
Uermany. IS. Bautten 10, Dresden 17-10. 

Ode Bnw/— Franklin, Ind.. 0. tlreenshnrg 10. 

Caiii|dH>11 Bros.'— Taam, Ik.. 8, Jeffentou 0, Me* 
reiigo in. Logan 11, Seward, Nebr.. 13. 

FoiepaiiKb A Hell* BroM.'— La (Irandr, Ore., 8, 
Walla' Walla. Wash., II. Ritxvlllc 10. Spokane 11. 

Finn's— Hunter. N. Y„ 11, Pho-nlcla 13. 

UuUow Bros.' -Corey. O.. 7. Hyde 8, Norwnlk 0, 
Wellington 10, Shelby 11, Moryavllle 18. Miaml- 
harg 14, Aurora, Ind., 15. North Vernon 10, 
Brmviudowu 17, Mitchell 18. 

Gentry Bros.' Dog, Pony ami Monkey, No. 1 — Au- 
dulwu. la., S. 

Hagenbcck's. Curl — Indianapolis. Ind., 0. Rich- 
mond 7. Plipjn, O., K, Cohiiiiluis 0. BprlBfflBll 
10, Anderson, Ind., 11, Umlsvllle. Ky.. 13. 
Oweiisrsiro 14. Evansvllle, Ind., 15, Terre Haute 
Hi. Danville. III., 17. Decatur 18. 

Hiirgrn.ive'H (John Welch, mgr.) — Ellsworth, Mc. t 
J). Bueksport 10. 

Jones', J. A.— QiiHrryvllle, Pn.. 8. 

Kennedy's Wild West. Eastern (W. H. Kennedy, 
mgr.l — Boston, Mass.. fl-Sept. 8. 

Kennedy'* Wild West, Wesiern (Kennedy Bros., 
murs.) — Clnelnnntl, O., 12-23. 

Luekv Bill's— Oketa, Kan.. 8. Herkimer I). Hbd- 
over 10, Hollenbiirg 11. Stell City, Nebr., 12, 
13. 

Mrlbourue's— Llndstrom, Minn., 8. St. Croix Falls, 
Wis.. 0, BHlsnni Lake 10, Amery 11. 

Mnekay's, Andrew — Independence, Ky., 9, Wal- 
ton 10, Spuria 11. 

Norrls A Kowc's— Kveletn, Minn., 8, Bibbing 9, 
Virginia III, Kly II. 

Pawnee Bill's Wild West, Col. Lllllc's— NorrlB- 
town. Pa.. 8, New Brunswick, N. J., 9, South 
Antony 10. Red Bank 1 1. 

Blagllng Bros.'— Saglntiw, Mich., 8, Port Huron 
». Bay City 10. Flint IL 

Robinson's, John — Clifton Forge, Va., 8, Staun- 
ton 1). 

Bobbins', Prank A.-- Patchogue, N. Y.. 8, Baby- 
lon ft. Freepnrt H>. Far ItockHway 11. 

Biggs' Wild Wrsl— Dea Moines, la., OIL 

Snyder Bros. «• Hall's— Delia Station. 0., 8. 

sinim-iiV. Hownr.1 S.— Spring Valley, N. Y.. 8, 
0, Bankinl.t ill. New City 11. 

WiidilHirn A D' Alva's— Lynn. Mass., 8. 1). Maiden 
in. Wnlihniii II, Worcealer 13-1(1, Webster 17, 
Putnam, Conn., IK. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Ameitt Carnival (Cnpt. W. D. Anient, mgr.)— Ur- 
hiiun, 11)., eVlli 

Bustock's Animal Arena (Frank C. Bostock, mgr.) 
— Cuuey Island, N, Y„ 0, .hidellnlte. 

Blondin A Leon's — Strong City, Kan., 0-11, Enter- 
prise 13-18. 

Burton Bros.* Show (Matt Barton, mgr.) — Sche- 
nectady, N. Y„ 0-15. 

Crnlksliauk— Waterloo, Me., 8, Sprlngvale 9, San- 
ford 10, 11. 

Canadian Jubilee Slngem (W. T. Cary, mgr.) — 
Franklin, Minn., 0, Indefinite. 

CooIp.v & Ilugnn's Floating Theatre (Waller Pell, 
tugr.i — Heurdstowii, 111., 8. Browning 0, Bath 
H), Havana 11, Kingston 12, 1'ekln 13, Chilll- 
eotlH* 14, Lacoti 15. Henry 10, Hennenln 17, 
Pern 18. 

Cooke Uomeily — Sag JBirlmr, N, Y., 0-11, 

Golden Rule Comedy (Ganllnler Bros., mgrs.) — 
El van ton. III.. (1-12. 

Jolly Ktlilopians tS. II, Dudley, mgr.)— Newport 
News. Va., fl-11. 

Miindy Shows (A. P. Whitney, mgr.)— Sheboy- 
gan. Wis., «-ll, Milwaukee 13-18. 

Mnrkle's, W. IL, Sunny South— Chllllcothe. 111., 
s, Una 1>, Henry 10, Hcntilpeii 11, Spring Val- 
ley 12. Pern 13, Be Pew 14. 

Pmualuislka's. Prof., Animal Show — Indlnnola, 
la., in. Clarlndn 17. 

Parker. C. W., AmiiH-ineiit Co. (Cramer A Tyler, 
ingrs.i— St. Joseph-, Mo., «-)!, Ottawa, Kan., 

Perry A Pressly— Suck, Wis., o-ll, Cenlurla 13- 

llohlnson AmiiHement Co. — Kankakee, III., fl-11, 

Lusnlle 13-18. 
lleiitx Bros.* Old Plantation Show (James W. 

Realx. mgr.)— Union, la., 10-18. 
Itunp, Mr, nud Mrs. (Augustus ftnpu, nigiv.)— 

Fnlrvlew. Ind., fl-11. 
BeTOOaaln (Walter c. Mack, mgr.)— Berlin, Can.. 

fl-11, (ineluli 13-18. 

OHIO. 

< hiclniiiiH— There Is very little in this 
spell of shirt-waist wen 1 her in Indicate I lie 
Approach of the l>'nll theatrical canipnlg-i. 
Outdoor res?oriB all enjoyed n rich unreal 
last week. 

L'llKnTHtt Pahk |I, M. Mar (In, mntiagcr).— 
l.lnrn Lnite and ,1, K. Murray, who iOOWd so 
heavily In (he old favorite. "The Rotiemliin 
(HrV Inst week, will remain nnothcr week 
unit fortify the Chester Hark Opera Co. In 
Its revival, Aug. 0-Sl, or "Aniotllu." I'autlnc 
Hull comes 12. In "Dorm a." In the Viitide- 
vllte Theatre lite new faeea will be: The Two 
Pucks. Kd. KrcKkoand llnl (iroves, Darmodr, 
nnd Mine. Valleclln and hrr trained iROmrtli, 
hinu Myllp. who was Ihe slnr of the olio last 
week, In his IHiteh Hketcli, "Feet Notes," will 
return to the oporihlfc rnnhn next week. 

'Aon (Wnltcr J. Dmper, aocrelnry). — 
Chevalier Emlllo Rlveln's Itnperlnl ihilluti 
Hand comes 4, under Frank ({erlh's mnungr 
men!, aiieceedlnc John C Weber's prize liaml 
of America, which put In Iwo largely profit* 
nhle weeks with "borne folks." The Weber 
soloists were Blanche B. MehnlTey. sonrnno ; 
Mehnrd UrCano. cmnet ; Curl Kohlmnnn. 
euphonium; F. Weiss, cornel: Krltzc Kerb, 
I'teiiih horn; Emlle Chcvre. nlcrolo; J. W. 
Merrill, cornel, and Howard Kopp, belli.' 
Wormwood's Dog nod Monkey Circus con- ' 
Unties to delight omit 1 1 intra. 

Conri Ihi.anii (I^n h. Brooks and L. T. 
Anderson, aiana&eraj. — Bryant a Mlnslrels 
close n week s run nnd vaudeville will be re- 
■WSA with Mllltnite. "The Dnnnmer Boy 
nf Shlloh ; 1,(1 win ('. Hayes, Perilous, Hie 
Buckeye Mo and Threlkeld nud Wlcfco on 
the bill. Ihe "opern hounc" has been re- 
moved to make way for n full view of the 
Held nnd track, for Kennedy's wild West 
cornea for a run 12-25. Business mod. 

IdinLow Lagoon (.t. .1. Weaver, manager) 
-—Lottie West Symonds Is headlined by 
AmuHement Director W. K. Clark, who offerai 
Aiier and De Onzn, Keene. the Four Danehie 
llnrrlseB. nnd Marie Clark, us Hie vattde- 
vtllelsts 5, Lest week's experiment of mht- 
Ktrelsy, ns expounded by Herbert A WHIiue'a 
Bir Southern Minstrels, wna fnlriy success- 

, ! i^' 1 CKS 0rntA Hdi-RB (Henck, Fennossy 
& hialr, ntananra). -The seoson opeas s, 
S!!*« ■ A*.,'*!?. " or '< 1 '6 Metey." "As Told in 
the UUls ' 13. 

Pcopi.k's (Hubert Hettck. mannger).— TIip 
Bohemian Rurlcannera start things at thla 
gold mine HJ, 

Olympic (John J. Ryan, mnnager).— Of- 
(lc)al announcemeat was made that this new 
vatidevllle house will open its doora Sent 2 

SifMMKR-CiiAT— Wllf T. Shechan, the vet- 
eran, long with Joseph Murphy. Is spending 

lis viicitloii here. llie B ka Iran their 

tiny at Cheater Park i»4 Lillian Mr- 

lntyre will sing In "Amorltn.".. Tom li ire 
who Injured his leg nt Chester Park, nnd was 
corniielled to remain out of the cost of "The 
Bobwnlrm Girl," returns to duty la "Aido- 



turns to New York lo rehearse, with "The 
Wizard of Oz." 



Cnliiinhiia — At the High Si reel Tbtfftn 
(Chns. W. Harper, inaaagrr) John W. \ r ocel's 
Big City Minstrels Inaugurated their season 
lo capaetty houiea here, July yo-Aiig. i 
breaking all previous records nf the house on 
receipts. The setting for ihe first part is 
the most brlllliiiit setting ever offered to the 
local public, consisting of richly colored 
bended tapestries, whose radiance dastle the 
eye. AH of the company nre rlcb.lv costuroed 
In silk and sntlu, ihe end men lielng the only 
ones in black face. The Ohnnhna l>ny<; 
Thomas Murray and Fdmttud Bnl)!. were 
warmly received by their mnnv friend ■ 
Mnrray'B rendition o£-"l^ove Ma and n\- 
World is Mine," wtis cerlalnh- unpreciat»>d. 
and Mr. Bnlz, In "Beside the CHd Gate." was 
repeatedly recalled. The hones were AI H 
Tyrrell. Polo Dnlwd, Kddie Kentierty and Sid 
Levy. Tlie tambnes, Lee Edmonds, W. Ijo*- 
xens. Ben Bymm and Harold Kennedr. 41. 
II. Tyrrell ottd Lee Bdatohda were llie pre- 
mler ends, nnd proved mynl cnlei-tatuer.;. 
The Kennedy Bros, cnlcrtalued with a verv 
clever dance. The Louisiana (Hen Club dosed 
Ihe llrst parr, rendering "Annie Laurie.'' 
which pleased. The olio, which was excel- 
lent, opened with Ihe Marvelous Kyler, pre- 
senting some diiHcult feats on the slack wire. 
The Great Fielding then offered n jiigsllng 
turn which pleased, "The Great lOvent" was 
it wooden shoe dancing act. by eight Jockeys, 
tinder the leadership of Wm. Howe, which 
proved entertaining. Wells Urns, and Smillt 
lind a muslcnl net which proved clever, and 
AI. II. Tyrrell's monologue act tilled Ihe 
lioiise with continuous laughter. The nficr- 
piece. "Moonlight on the Levee," Introduced 
ihe usual negro melody, humor and dances, 
nnd was well executed. *A Wife's Secret" 
drew fnlriy good houses Aug. '2-4. "The Fast 
Mail" «-8, "The Shoplifler" 1M1. 

Olkntanov Park (W. W. Pressor.' mnna- 
ger). — "Nlobe" was presenlerl by the Vaughn 
( (litse 1" Slock Co., to cnpncltv houses, List 
week, Robert Rogers and Louise Mackin- 
tosh were added lo the cast nnd pleased. 
"The Mnn from Mexico" will be prcsrnlcd 
week of r>, and W. J. Denting, 'the well known 
comedlnn, will have a prominent rule. 1)1- 
nvolo, in looping ihe loop, proved n strong 
outdoor attraction, and will he continued 
week of 5. Rosatl'a Band continues to be a 
good drawing card. 

Collins' Oahiikn (II. Oil Iris, mnnager). — 
The hill, consisting of Barney First. Mitchell 
nttd Browning, and Seeker, Wilkes nnd 
Seeker, entertained large crowds lost week. 
Rill for week of li : Jess nnd Dryden, Mitchell 
and Browning, nnd National Trio. 

Notks. — Indinnnht Park drew, large crowds 
last: week, who were entertained by Apdnle'a 
I rained animals, In the open air theatre. The 
act proved tu be the most cntertalninc. one 
presented this season. The park lias Iwen 
greatly enlarged, and many now concessions 
have been added. Pain's "Lnst Days of 
I'oinpcll" will be presented for two weeks. 

commencing Aug. 27 Carl Hagenbeck'3 

Circus will show here Aug. Manager 

p*. O. Miller has arrived, and Is superintend- 
ing the overhauling of the Grand, which la 
to be called the Shubert the coining season. 

Frank W. Cooke, manager of "My, 

Wife's Family," hns gone to Join his com- 
pany, which opens soon. 

• 

Cleveland. — At the Euclid Avenue Gar- 
dens (Max Knetkenhetter, mannger) "Prin- 
cess Chic" is the offering week of An,". P. 
"The Wizard of the Nile," Inst week, Wta 
the best tiling given this season tit this place. 
Needless to say, capacity houses ruled. 
Vaughn CJ laser Siock Co. week of 18. 

Oi.KVRLAxn (Geo. M. Todd, manager).— 
"Old Isaacs from the Bowery" open*, the 
season (!. BxtOURlTfl repairs have been tunde 
during ihe Summer. 

Kkith'k (IL A. Dnufels, manager).— Bill 
week- of fi includes: Glrard ami Gardner. 
the Four RIanns, Three Roonev Slufera. AI. 
Weston and company, Metropolitan Operatic 
Trio, AI. Lawrence, nnd Tossing Austins. 
The bill last week wns u good one. particu- 
larly Gertrude Gebcsl, Arthur Deagon and 
company, and Selmn Brats. The work of thfl 
Inttcr, as n juggler, was clean cut uud mar- 
velous. 

Goi.isr.tJsr (Hnrrv P. Kline, manager). — 
Bill week of U includes: Tlrien and Sh-'Uy, 
Four- Aivinos, Klnsons, Itaaaoa and Nelson, 
nnd Hall nnd Kurle 

Stab (Drew A Campbell, managers).— The 
Avenue Girls open Ihe season i, remaining 
the next week. 

Luna Paiuc (Elwood Salsbtiry. manager). 
— Itosntl's Royal Italian Band Is the musi- 
cal feature, nnd the Kltafnkn troupe « 
JiiEgllug nerobats Is the circus feature. Too 
crowds are enormous nightly, and interest 
In the various attractions dors not seem to 
abate one whit. 

Notrs.— Horry D. Kline, ma anger of the 
Coliseum, has been in New York booking' 

vuiidovlnp nets Charles L, Uerlxinan. 

business ninnnger for Drew A Campbell here, 
wns recently married lo Florence A. Hn ron- 
ton, a Cleveland young lady, nnd they are 

now In the Kast on their honeymoon 

K. R. Lang. Inst season manager of Ihe Lyric, 
has resigned, and will probably he associated 
with his brother In a theatrical hooking 

■gancg The steel work for Cleveland's 

new Hippodrome Is almost comnleled. It 
will he at least six months before the build- 
ing is ready for use Ground was broken, 

II, for the new Mn Jest tc Thontrc. nn the. West 
side. Manager Cohen promises that the work 
will ho pushed to a rapid completion, so am 
the house may be opened about the first of. 
the year. 



loimnstowa — At Idora Park Casino 
Theatre iH. Stanley, mnnnger) the hill week 
of Aug. 5 includes-: The Sully Family. Kllxn* 
beth i'lBtellc. Spnuldlng and Dtipree, the La 
Mont-Lafayette Troupe, and Cestui nod Do 
Verne. The attendance continues g»o:l. the) 
result of Ihe excellent programmes. 



AUGUST 11." 



tfHE NtW" YOE'EOLIPPEE.' 



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"This Act Is pit on the stage by MAX WITT, and, si was to ba expected, sea made a big bit, jaat as his aOPBOIOBE OJBtS' did."»ALBAHY TlBES-UttlOB, July 31, '06. 

AX WITT'S FOUR SINGING COLLEENS 

SONGS OF THE OLD AND NEW WORLD 

FOUR PICKED SOLOISTS FROM THIS CONCERT AND OPERATIC STAGE. 

gUCCMMVOIAY PROIHJCEU AT r.l.iil TltK PARK, ALBANY, WBEK OP JULY 30.- AUUIIKSS ALL loll 111' Vlr.Vlll.V >■ T« 

MAX m. WITT, No. 34 EC. ami; STREET, NEW YORK. 

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t\vuN i*abk {.los. W. Wats, nougat). — 

Vr.iidevlHe continues at litis resort, and the 
rl tendance Iri good. Manager iVvmt leaves 
fpi! New York. 3, in tho Interest of his new 
project, a ■burlesque theatre. 

N^ii'.s. — Managers Albuugh and t.uggcn- 
hc.lm, of tbo Grand and Turk Tbentros, re- 
tpcctlvely, tiro making prepnrntions for the 
cumin*?, ypnsjdii and placing their house In 

piod i-ondttlon Hhyn M, llnvles, pro- 

.•rammer of the (iruDd, will not In this same 

t-apai-lty next season .lohn Trice, who 

lu.a been associated with Gun Hill for a num- 
ber of yearn, will be re-engaged for the com- 
ing season. 

■ ... a» i 

'Akron. — At Lakeside Casino {Harry A. 
Hnvvn, manager) Dixon, Iiowers and Dlxou, 
nnd Al. Lawrence were features of a very 
L-ooti bill week of July 110. l<*or week of Aug. 
01 Kva Weatcotte and .'company, Herbert 
and Vance. Uuxsmltli Duo, Urent Kldridgc, 
WlildtllnK fora Ut-ownc, and Arnwelu's pic- 
tures. 

Colonial (Dly S. Hill, manager). — The 
reason will open 11, with Al. (J. l<'Telu'n Mic- 
turate. 

•Notkk. — Kruest J. Lynch, trensure-of Iho 
Colonial, fs spending his vacation la Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., and Copley, O Manager T. 

K. Albaugh nrt'njfpntes opening the \ew 
Grand on Oct. 5. The seating capacity will 
be 1,720. 

■ > ■ ' ■ 
Dayton.—- The National Theatre opened 

th" season July 3D, with '"The Shoplifter" 
— Week of Aug. 5: Knusonc and Delila, Pot- 
ter and Ilarte nnd (.rent lie) w 1. 

- Lakb Sidk Park (.Tomes Kirk, manager). 
— W'cok of Aug. ."* : Sniisnne anil Delila, Pot ten 
nnd llarte and (irent llcywnod. 

l'Ainvi£W Pahk Casino (Klmer Itcilelle, 
malinger).— Ohnrlos Harris, Ilnnbar's t.'nprlno 
Puratfox. Millard Itrotliers, Lillian Ashley and 
i'uiu Moore. 



pictures. Anita Lawrence nnd her eight Sun- 
bonnel (Jlrls head the bin for week of Aug. 3. 

Xotb. — Lulu Poole, who hae been nwd>tt- 
mil treasurer at the Washington Tlienlru for 
a number »f seasons past, Iioh resigned to ac- 
cept a position ahead of "A Holy City" Co. 
■ ■ - ■ 

KnlnniuKo».— At Casino 'Park (B&ltd * 
Dakea, manngers) business continues good, 
the offering Indus a good line of vaudeville. 

iVoNiii'.iiLAMi (V. I). McCo Mulch, mini a- 
ger) shows no break in Che big attendance. 

Huou (\V. S. Iiuitcrfleld, manager) Is now 
cloned, and undergoing Improvements In the 
Auditorium nnd stage. 

KixnuxfiH' Cjaeci showed to capacity 
Aug. 2. 

■ - ■ ■ 

Grand 11:i|iI<1n.— At the Ilnmonn Thea- 
tre (Lew Delnmater, manager) the attrac- 
tions for week of Aug. f» inrlude: Cottley 
mid Klein, Irene Franklin, Otorn Family, 
Patty Bros., Mnytne llemlngton, and Ben 
Welch. 

■ (iODpTtoY'.s Pavimon* {ChnB. Rodfroy, man- 
ager). — Attractions) for week of "i include: 
The IleriiHtelnH, the Meweys. Iluutress, Bani 
and Ida Kelley, and lllce and Morris. 

ItiMiMNu linos.' Citurus comes C. 
eV*-e> _ 

MISSOURI. 



Springfield. — At Uie Grand Opera House 
(I* 3. Unlle, mn auger) Vogd's Minstrels 
('iiiiiL' to good business Aug. 4. "The Shop- 
lifter" 5, Bulu'tnlau lturlesijners 10. 

. Spuing GuyVH I'AitK Casino {Tom Powell, 
managL-r). — 15111 tor week or .*» : Chns. Harris, 
.Mliipt'l Bros., Irani Wlkoff nnd company, 
Llliinu Aahli-.v, lumlmr'a goats, and kinolo- 

tewpft, 

OiieirtCM (Con Sun, manager).— -FSI11 for 
week of I!: l-'nnr Dauelnu Mur rises,. Hyron 
uml Blanch, lhtwden, Chnstopher, and new 
pictures. 

'Sti'iiltcnrillc. — At Siontoa Pari: Tlie- 
Ptie (Jlat. Siultlt, manager) the Merry Milk- 
er* are holding the hoards nud doing line 
btujlaos;;. Wednesday, Aug. 1, the Odd Fel- 
lows' reunion won held. 

(JKUfti OFRlU IIot'Kfl {C. W. Maxwell, man- 
nw'ij. — Season open* Aug. 20, with Black 
Pattl Troubadours. The houae has under- 
cone cxlenslve repairs. 



Canton— At the Park Theatre (T* n. 
Cool, uiuiidRer) the bill week of July 21) drew 
great uudleiicoB. Kph. Thompson's elephants, 
as an extra atlrtu-iUm, ussisted inaterinlly. 
Bill for Ang..."» and week: Adelaide llerr- 
niahn, nsslsted by Adell Iiewev and crrtnpany ; 
Mitreen, Nevaro and Muncn, Tnrboy, the 
sUhouettutt, Musical Toyn, Sella Taylor. Km- 
met Devoy and pnmpiitty, and the llfcogrupli 
u'ctiires. "Mysterious Asia" will be u special 
feature on the Pike, at the park, week of fl. 

:r."inKfici(i — At Lake Park Casino (E. R. 
Kndty, innnager) the Myrklc-llarder Co., In 
n'lH'ftory, has crowded this resort for two 
weeks, to good satisfaction. The Harlow Min- 
strels Aug. and week. 

• i * 

MICHIGAN. 

Detroit. — At the Whitney Theatre flj. D. 
Stair, manager) "Htiw Hearts Are Broken" 
was Hip opening attraction for the season, 
and If. drew packed houses week of July 29. 
"Chinatown Charlie" week of Aug. B. 

Tkim'i.k (.1. ll. Moore, manager). — The 
loading hit of last week's well balanced bill 
were Jfarfc WalnwrlgiW nnd company, and 
liiey Reared nn emphatic hit. ALteudnuce 
afternonn nnd evening was up to the usual 
afo in turd, Attmctlons for week of Aug. tl 
ln<-liide?( : Hclhinl uud Orovlnl, Adamlul and 
Taylor, the Three Lclghtous, Arthur Deogon 
and cuitipany, Gertrude (ieK'at. the Kourteen 
mac* liussni-s, Mitchell and Cain, Steln- 
l>i'llo Troupe, nnd tho klnetogrnpli, 

Ckystai, (J. .T. Nnsli, manager). — After 
the usual Summer liouseclenning, this the- 
atre opened Its regular season H, with the 
following attractions; Dune and Keller, An- 
nan Bchlrhart. the Connellv Sisters, Clark 
Cnnriy, Houston and Jaquln, and tlie kino- 
di'oiue. 

Klkcmio Park (LouIh Myll, innnnger). — 
Wild's alislilp attracted large crowds to the 
park last week. 

N'OTB. — Tlie Hraadop-Mvaiis Stock Co., lo 
open the regular season at Ihe Lafayette? 
Theatre, Aug. "112, will present us Its llrat 
attraction, "The Christlnn." Philhar- 
monic Hall, which has been tlie scene of a 
variety of events In its history of Severn 1 
ilecaiKvi. will be renamed tho Gnyety, and 
opened a a n modern vaudeville and extrava- 
ganza borate Sunduv evening, Aug. 2)1, under 
die management of Horry H. lledgCH, for- 
merly of tiie Trocutleto Theatre, of Chicago, 
III, The lessees of Hie new theatre, who 
Rtyle themselves the Guvoly Theatre <-'u., are 
composed of tho following well known New 
York and Detroit people: Sam Scrlbuer, 
president: Harry Lainkln, vU:c president; 
Thos. Newton, treasurer; Alex. Orosbeck, 
secretary; Hurtlg & Heainon, New York rep- 
resentatives, The outBlde walls of the his- 
toric Philharmonic Hall have been utilized 
tts the walls of the incatre proper, nnd this 
lias been supplemented with a steel frame 
within, to give added strength. About this 
Inilld'tig .ms been erected an ornamental two 
story brick structure to provide roomy 
fovers for the pnrquct unci balcony floors, 
orilees of the theatre, retiring rooms, and 
several small Imt convenient stores. The now 
theatre will anvc n seating capacity of about 
1,002, nnd, having but two doors, will prove 
nn Innovation In theatre construction In this 
city. This will give every seat In the bouse 
it splendid view of (bo stage. An unusually 
large number of eslts have been provided. 
Nothing will Iw left undone for the comfort 
and convenience of natrons. The stage Is 
Urge and roomy, nnd will be equipped with 
all of the tales; contrivances of Mtngerrnft. 
Sim Scrilwor's (Jay Morning Glories will be 
the opening attraction Aug. 2d. 
— i 

Hay City.— At Wenonn Roach Casino (L. 
W. liiclianh}, manager) Immense crowds week 
oi July SO, when tlie following excellent bill 
viii nrfiMDied : Clayton. Jenkins and Jasper, 
Mood Brothers, La Aibdla. Ilia Misses liel- 
iaorL>, the Mysterious Paul and new motion 



nnlnfli — The Lyceum fC. A. Marshall. 
munageri will op«*ii its doorn for the season, 
evening of Aii'g. ti, with the Stewart Opera 
Co., for one week. "The Two Hoses." "Doro- 
thy" and "Ilubette" will be staged for the 
week. 

Bt.totl (Joe Mnltlnnd, ninnngiT).— Busi- 
ness was up to top notch for. the 'week end- 
ing 4, with the best show of tlie season. 
Hum- L. Webb. In a black face act. kept the 
audience lu roars for fifteen minutes. Kelcy 
Moore, on Die slack wire, was .good ; Mar- 
guerite Newton and company gnve a pleas- 
ing act, and Do Vim: nnd Kelly. In singing 
ami wooden shoe dancing, offcml some iooH 
dancing. Jack O'Tuule gave the Illustrated 
song, "Cheyenne," and gained applause, and 
the IColivns gave "The Counsel for Defense." 
nnd scored iJfg. People for li and week : The 
Sulm Trio, l)e Shields nnd Mehiiug, Bessie 
Tnvtor. HmipI and Ashmore, tlie Marvelous 
McCLure anil Wraud, Jack 0'To«»le. .Mr. atitl 
Mrs, Boliyiirt (hold overs), Jns. McClellau, 
and the moving pictures. 

White City (C. A. Mnrshntl, manager). — 
Tlie weather for outside sliown wus go»nl ln»t 
week, and this place reaped the l»ene|lt. Tho 
new people were : Marie Phillips, Pearro, and 
Hersltall's dog circus. 

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IOWA. 



F.lrven Nelson I'atnilv. Mnzuz and Mazette. 
Chnrlutii: ltnveiiserofl, Herbert and Willing. 
Hie Great West In and the klnodiouie. 

Jui'Ki:v t'l.nt IMiik t .Mull Winn, innnnger). 
— (Dvgorv's "Moscow" attracted it titiiih 
larger iiowil ilurlng lis se.stnd week's en- 
gagement, mul prescnt«Hl a more varied uuiu 
ber <if set pieces of fireworks thiiu on tlie 
opening week. The show proved n popuhir 
ailrartloii. 



itiinm: isi,\mi. 



liaiiKns City.— At the GIUIs Opera House 
<K. S. Ilrlglmni, manager) the regular season 
ojji'iii'il here Saturday evening, July 28, with 
"Nettle, the New'Sgirl" as the Inaugural 
offering. Tlie bouse was packed, and a splen- 
did performance was thoroughly enjoyed. 
Business continued good all the week. In 
spite of the hot weather. This week, "The 
Millionaire. Tramp." and next. week. "At 
Cripple Creek." The staff for this season at 
the theatre will be: ]■], S. llrlghnm, mana- 
ger: Will T. Lister, assistant manager; 
Harry Sparks, treasurer; Kent Sherlock, as- 
slslant. treasurer; Paul Sherlock, advertising 
agent; Chns. Hopper, Rtaeje manuger; Walker 
llopton, properlles ; Clias. Rgiier, oloctrlctiiu, 
nud Joe Cntitlicart, fly man. * ■ 

1-h.KCTitin Park {Sam Ilenjnnlln. manuger). 
— Horreutlnn, with his Itnuda Vosu, opened 
Ills annual engagement here last Sunday, to 
puked and enthusiastic crowds. Sorreiillno 
was welcomed with cheers, nnd should con- 
tinue to enjoy Hie same popularity he did 
last season. Tlie alligator farm continues 
lo be well patronized. In Hie German VII* 
bi^e Ihe aels were : Hammond and Forrester, 
the Metropolitan Quartette, Clara Dougless, 
and Ihe Reeds. 

Fokrst Park (Lloyd Brown, bunlnoss man- 
ager). — lltislmwi cotitlnues lo Improve each 
week. Lost week's offerings were : Lenze's 
Band, with Wynne Whudnw as soloist; 
Fin nee I las. In D iuggllng and strong man act, 
nnd Charles Lodgetir, In n comedy rone act. 
were (he features on the lawn. In old Mot- 
dclberg: Will .1. Dickey. Liiznr and Lazar. 
(,'niee Hoops, ami lillmoro and Carroll. Tills 
week, Horace B, Wild's, fainous airship, •'The 
Fugle." will be exhibited. On the lawn: 
The Knufmaas. in their bicycle net, and In 
Old Heidelberg: McCne and Cnhlll, Morris 
Hector, and Mu|or and Grace Drmond. 

FAiitMorvr V.w.k (Ben Ilosenthnl. mnnn- 
.p r , r ) i ^llelnpr's Military Bund, B, 10. Boles, 
exhibiting his Hiibmarlne bout, and Kmeflt 
Gerard. 'Pendenrnst and Powell, In the the- 
atre', were the principal offerings. - j 

Coxvkntion Ham. (Louis Bhnus, mana- 
ger).— Last week the Hawaiian Bund gave 
ni'hlly concerts, to good ntieudnnce. 

-CurrnttiNiui. — I'ain's "Last Days of Pom- 
pell" drew well all last week, and dosed Sat- 
urday night Manager A. Judali. of the 

Gram!, arrived home from New York Inst 

Krldav night An Interesting piece, of 

news wn;i announced last week when J. J. 
Helm, one of the proprietors of Klectrlc 
Park, announced thai Fleetrir Park hud been 
sold for railroad pit eposes, and that Ihe Driv- 
ing Club Pork. In the Southern part of tho 
dly. had been pnnJuised. and steps won Id be 
taken ut once to make this one of the hand- 
somest Summer amusement places In the 
United States, to be In readiness for next 
Summer's bookings. 

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M1NM.SOTV. 



St. Pmil.— At the Grond Opera House 
(Theodore L. Hays, manager) the George 
Fawcott Co. had very good business week or 
July 21), presenting "Cnmllle" and "Hast 
Lynne." "The Henrietta" week of Aug. fl. 

Uui'tiuiTM. — James Boborlson, .formerly 
stage mnmiger of the Metropolitan Opera 
House, Is now manager of the Orphcuin. 
New people for week oC IS : Malcolm and 
Shcvott, Fanny Wilson, and Denby nnd com- 
pany. Those holding over: Nelson und Nel- 
son, Fanny Weston, Irene Meyer. Henry 
ltoliorts, Tlielmn Wayne, Nina Cleveland. 
Emily Forrester. Bonnie Lewis, Dot liny 
and the slock. Business was big last week. 

F.Mi'iun (Benjamin Fink, manager). — The 
onlv new people for week of tl are; Brndy 
and Hamilton. AH the others hold over ex- 
cept Mabel Carroll. An exceptionally strong 
bill brought heavy business Inst week. Stan- 
lev and Tedder, In their Bowery skit, made 
n lilt, while Hie boxing bout between Charles 
Thurston und Miss Grey cume In for canal 
attention because of Its novelty nnd clever- 
ness 

Mentio.v. — The Lane Brothers, acrobats, 
and Zuts /.aronl, In the Hladoo Boy Myciery, 

drew well at 1'halon Park Inst week 

Cosmopolitan Shows, on Ihe grounds at Dale 
nnd Aurora Avenues, had big business last 
week, willl II f teen performers and a Wild 
West show, Staid In his high dive act. the 
turtle hoy, vaudeville and moving pictures. 
......The Suengerfest parade. Julv 211. was 

an Immense affair. It was followed by n big 
rclebratloii on Harriet Island. In the Mis- 
sissippi hirer Pain's ''Last Duys of 

Pompeii," at circus grounds, University Ave- 
nue and Victoria Street, week of Aug. (I. 



Minneapolis. — At the Metropolitan 
Opera House {L. N. Scott, manager), week 
of Aug. i», Dick Ferris Slock Co. and Flor- 
euce Stone, In "Old Heidelberg." The same 
company played to crowded houses. In "The 
Prisoner of Zeiirtu," hut week. Next week, 
Ihe annic company. In "Sliennudouh." 

Unique (John JOJIIott, manager). — Bill for 
and week : Itamb nnd Byron, Dora Taylor, 
Crawford and Howard. Henry Fink, Vnl- 
dnic Trio, and Irene Little. Hood business 
Inst week. 

Wonderland Pabk. — special features for 
week of (I arc Arnaldos leopards. Next 
week. "The fltohe of Death." 

Tub htreet car 'mwmjs on Sunday, July 
2(1. opened Hielr large amusement park at 
Lake ■Mimietonkn, to be known as Big Island 
Park, with the usual out door attraction"., 
Innes* Orchestral Hand In afternoon and 
evening programmes. 



DM Molues. — At Ingeisoll Park (Fred 
Buchanan, malinger) week of July 2D was 
again n record breaker. Bill week of Aug. a: 
The Five Salvngls, Boo. Fvans, Bay and 
Iliireliade, World and Kingston. Cannon and 
Funlgnu Co. Tlie Barker Amusement Co. Is 
billed here for week of B, 

N-iTKS. — AH the houses In this city open 
lids month. The Kiupirc. Aug. 20 ; Foster's 
Opera House, Grand Opera House- and Audi- 
torium. Aug. 2:1 The Mirror Theatre 

has been leased to the Sbuberls. and is being 

remodeled ISlhol Alton, who played leads 

and heavies with the Lyric Theatre Slock 
Co., al Salt Luke City, Is In Dcs Mulnes, 
visiting her parents. 

ej ^ 

Cralnr Ititpldia. — At Greene's Opera IIouso 
(Will S, Collier, manager) the preliminary 
reason will be. opened by the Stirling Stock 
Co., Am.'. 12-18. 

Alamo I'auk (G. K. Barton, manager).— 
This hill drew big business we*k of July 2» 
(except Aug. 1): tluwley & Lenlle, the lion- 
rolex, Wllllninsoil and Hilbert, W. G. Le 
Compt. Fdwlti Leo, the Alumoscope, nud 
Schmidt's Hand. Inuess nud his band 
charmed over live thousand people An?. 1, 
afternoon and night. The Kill leu Band 
Sept. «, 7. 

KoTBft, — Cedar Rapids first annunl Chnu- 
tnmiun Course, Aug. B-13, Includes: Booker 
T. Wnshhigtnii, flu! Wilbur Siarr Com-ert 
Co., Mlllnnd Convert Co., Iloynl Male guar- 

telte and Uohtnson'n moving pictures 

The twelfth annua! exhibition or Hie Wesl- 
ern I'opllrv l-'nyclnrs' Association will be 
held yov. 2fi-I)ec. 1, In the Audliorlutn. 
— ■■ • ' 

nnliiiinits— At the Crnnd Opera House 
(Wm. L. llratlley, mnnuger) liuprovemenln are 
well under way towards putting Ihe house 
In condition for ihe coming season. The 
bouse iidinlnlng the theatre has been bought 
and will be used for six uew dressing rooms, 
each equipped with hot and cold water. The 
nndlforiiiin has been thoroughly freshened 
and renovated, and n new drop cnriiiiu by 
Unites will greet the patrons on the open- 
ing night, when "For Hearth nnd Home" will 
be presented. The box oillce will bo al the 
then tie. 

FnioN Pahk, t(ie terminus of the Electric 
Street Itnllwiiy, lias been beau tilled this year, 
and under Hie inmiiigeincm of Mr. Mathes 
has drawn Immense crowds dally. Among 
the attractions seen here this season are 
Clrlcillo'H Italian Boys' Hand and Atny But- 
ler's Ladle* 1 Hand, euch for two weeks, it 

Is the Intention of the management to have 
some first class baud every week during the 
season. The park Is, indeed, n "Ihhig of 
beauty," with Its attractive band stnml. beau- 
tiful buildings and m yriads of ele ctric lights. 

Dnvruport, — ItlngUng Bros.' Circus drew 
Immense crowds, and maintained Its former 
reputnlloii at hulh performances, July 'M. 
llurlls Onern House will open the sea- 
son Aug, SHI. .."...The Family Theatre will 
open for business Wept. 1 The Hllle The- 
atre will oooii the vaudeville season Sept. 1. 

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WISCONSIN. 



Milwaukee. — At Hie Davidson Theatre 
(Ik- Brown-llaker Co, gave au nrllstlc pro- 
duction the past wci'li of "Resurrection." 
J'Mllli Kvolvil. us Mnslova. scored one of tho 
big iiifs of her career. "Thehiin" Aug. II. 

AiJIAMiitiA.— Manager James A. IHg'er la 
In readiness for bis atKnUhffi II. "The Time, 
the Place nud the Girl" Is promised as kiiiic- 
thing out of the itsunl run of musical come- 
dies. 

S'i.vn (Frank A. Trot t man, mntmgn*'). — 
Ihe season opens 11, with the Brigadier 
Burlesqiicrs. 

Notim. — litlwln Tliunhotiser nnnonnces 
Harry Woodruff. In "Brown of Harvard," us 

the opening attraction for Hie Shulierl 

With the exception of Muv Louise Algen, 
who 1ms left to Join Millie Cnhlll, and James 
Dtirkln, who Is to lie leading man nt tiie 
New Then I m, Clilcnco. the Brown-linker Co. 
will, on Sept. 2. lowe for .NVw Orb'iins, 
where liiey will Open in Hie Fall and Win- 
ter Drnko and his beam were the feat- 
ure nt Wonderland Inst week. The Ba-tder- 
La Velle Troupe and I'etitiiud's Acrobats nro 
being fentiirod for week of tl by Manager 

Whaling Kuan's liipiKidromc Is n "sure 

thing." Work will commence- as soon as tho 
ground Is cleared, and November will dm tho 
opening, with some big concert band as the 

attraction Chns, F. Ilehm, treasurer of 

Hie Sliuhert. was married lo Jetislc Mae 

Colber, nt Chicago, July 24 Sherman 

Brown will open the regular season tit the 
Davidson Sept, U, with "Coming Thro' the 
Itye." 

e-e-e> 

mmmm *^—- KKNTIICKY. 



l.onlxvlljc. — At Font nine Ferry Park 
(Wm, Helchman, mnnuger) the Bedford Fam- 
ily wns the headline act week of July I'D, 
They performed ncrobutlc fents with such 
grace and dexterity Hint It was a pleasure to 
wulch Gietti, and nt the finish of their net the 
big crowd In the pavilion tsndered them long 
and loud nppluuse. Lllltnu Wulton received 
numerous encores for her splendid baritone 
singing. Helena Frederick, with n voice of 
unusual (jiinllty. scored a decided hit, and 
Wells and Hells, In a humorous sketch, kep» 
the house In good humor. Tlie Murdo Trio 
scored In n comedy nciohnllc turn, nud I*ew 
Wells gore a clover monologue, which created 
auiueement. New people week of Aug. are : 



I»rovld«'n«e>.-Al Keith's Theatre (Chns. 
l.oveiiherg, malinger) "The Mlddleniati," July 
no, was pronounced one of Hie best produc- 
tions the Alliee Stock lias given. "The Spec- 
ulator" Aug. 0, "The Silver King" HI. 

Kmi'Iiie (Spitz A Niitluiiisou, munngi't'<0. — 
The Inst week of tlie Hummer stock com- 
nntiv wns devoted to ti presentation of "The 
Cuwrltlen Law," The house will reopen HI, 
with "The tjiteen of the Highbinders." 

Notes. — .Mnunger Weiiilelschaefer, of Ihe 
Providence Opera House, bus con t meted for 
n large number of Independent attractions 
•hiring the coining season. The house will 

prolmlilv reopen Sept. 10 Manager 

Post wick, of Ihe Sbubert Then t re, will act, 
during the coming season, as inanne.ee for 

l.ciui AshweM The Sbubert Theatre, It 

Is annnuuecd. will be given over lo burlesipic, 

WuonNiiHtft.-— Al Ihfl Hoag Irtike The- 
atre i W. II. Nye, innnager) the nrograniliie 
for AUg. (1 and week will Include, besides Hie 
usiinl motion pictures. Kiiwll and Vcnion 
Co.. prescnling "Tlie Mloiieineiir ;" Dick uud 
Alice McAvoy. Coldsmllh and Hoppe, ami 
Helstoit and Arlluglon. Last week was a 
verv prol)tatili> one. 

Note.- -The Woonsockot Opera House wtll 
open tinder Its new iiiuiiaireitient, .lackson Si 
Gorman, who are also lessees of the theatre 
for a term of years, Aug. ill, with "Tin* New 
Fight Bells." W. F. Barry, who Is to lie tin* 
local represenlnllve of Jackson & Gnnnim, 
lias arrived In lite city, and la ut present 
a very busy mail, looking after Ihe extensive 
repairs and new decorations of the house, 
pt-ipiinilory lu Its opening. Mr. Barry comes 
here blglilv recommended, and lie has al- 
ready made a great many friends. Mr. .lack- 
son. II is understood, will also iimnage Nance 
O'Noll Hie coining season. 
' ■ 

Nf«'|»ort. — At Slioedy's Freelssly Park 
Theatre (Clias. F. Cisdt, malinger} large au- 
diences attend. Bill for week of Aug. li lu- 
cluilet: Virginia Knrle, Chira Thropii nnd 
coiapanv, Moslier. flougliloii and Alosher, 
Helluiiiu and Moore, Wo] ling's Ktnlllotis, riialk 
Saunders, Fleet He Trio, and the entnerii- 
grnph. 

Nkwi'obt oi'ema lloinm (Calm & cross 
Co.. miinagersi.— Lew Dockfltndor'B Mliistrels 
packed the bouse July :tn. 

♦»♦ 

CANADA. 



Mitntri^nl.— At the Tlicntro Frnnrnls (F. 
\V. Le Clair, iiumager) the regular sensuii 
will be oiH-ued bv llerniaan and comimny. 
Aug. 0-11. followed by "Tlie House of Mys- 
tery," la-is, 

National FltANTAls (fl. Gntivreim. mnna- 
gcn. — Tho pertaaneiil 'French stock coiiijiiiiiy 
will opiu Us season tl-11, witli "Quo VuiIIh." 

DilMlM.iX I'AUK {11. A. Horsey, liuilin- 
gerl.— -■Business during hisl week was excel- 
lent, wlili Ihe Toklo Boynl Japanese Troupe. 
Ihe Niiilns, and Vender Meorschcn's Bund. 

KlVRUUM P-VtlK (Al. F.. Uctid. inniiiifceri.— 
Warm wen Hut nud a good bill drew good 
crowds last week. The offerings vara; Srnrs 
and eonipnnv, Ihe Three Kudos. Ciiviuin. 
Gover mid Pitts, Illuslralod songs, and Hie 
lihiscope. 

SutisiKR Pauk (Lnvlgno A Litjole, maim 
K (.i- S ). — '|'ii(. pnrk coiitliiues to draw big 
crowds. Bill for week of July 2ft Included: 
Prof. Dewar's dogs and oafs. Klein and Clif- 
ton, the Dnnkiner-Seblller Troupe, Gus I'M- 
wards' School Hoys mid Girls, uud Lnvlgno'* 
Bund. 

IlAtiNrM A Hauky'h Cinctrs drew hlg 
crowds Aug. I. 2. 

■ " 

si. Jolin.— At tho Opera House (A, (>. 
Hsttnaor, manuger) coming, "The Vohinleer 
Orgunlsl" Aug. 20-22. 

YoitK (It. J. Armstrong, manager) reiniilns 
dark until September. 

Notks. — Mi'ver Cohen Is In town In ihe In- 
terest * of the San Francisco moving pictures. 
Ho bnH secured spurt) for Ills pictures at the 
liilermitluunl exhibition here, Set it. 1-7. and 
trill be located "On tho I'llce." lie nlso lm- 
secured splice nt the Dominion F.xltihlt Ion 

ut Huilfnx Knrle llcynoldH. the well 

known roller and Ice skater. Is 111 town, and 
wilt give an exhibition of fancy skid lug nt 
the St. Andrews' Holler lllnk here. 2-1, uml 
nt. I ho Victoria ltidler Kink, Mnnctan, N, 

it., a. 

» " ■ i ■■ ■ 

OHiin-n,- -At Ihe Auditorium, Hrlllnnin- 
oii-tlie-Btiy (J. K. Hutchlsoti, matlligor) Itn- 
laense business was done week of July JW 
with: The (irent Pnni'/er Troupe, Paul Hlo 
tilieus mid comimiiy, Miles mid Itlrknrds, (lie 
lilogrupli and Helen Bert ram. 

♦*-•> ■ 

LOlfHIANA. 



Ni-*v Orlriiiin. - Al Hie West Kiid (Tom 
WiiiHinn. inamiger) large crowds continue 
iiighfly. and Charlos Fisher and Ills Concert 
Hand, the klnodrouie, nud the vaudeville bill 
receive rounds of well earned applause, (till 
for week of Aug. B! Tbo !•■■ Brim Grand 
tlpeiii Trio, nnd Paul Butties will he Hie new 
comers, with Iho Ward Trio, nud Ileilrlx nil') 
Present! as the lioldovi'i's, The Tours ol 
(lie World, Hie Jniiauese bull game, uud tin 
Ferris wheel continue lo Idg business. 

Notkk.— Heorge 'J. Clark, (lie well known 
comedian, hns relumed home for u much 
needed rc*t. He reports big business with 
Ills former company, the llollliigswiirth Twin 
Co., when bo left In Hie l*m« Slur Klnlc. .. 
Tho Tnlune mid Crescent Tiieutren tire IMiup 
of nrl nnd bounty, hnvlng been thoroughly 
redecorated, frescoed, etc., from front to 
buck. Kinlle J, N'ipjicif, the well known 
scenic iirlltd, was In cbitrxe of Hie work .... 
Major Tom raniplsdl, mniingor of Ihe Tu 
lane and Crescent Then ire, accompanied by 
his charming wife, arrived here July 111, nnd 
I in media lei. v put on a large force of help to 
complete the two handsome Klaw & Mr 
longer playhouses for the early opening.... 
Popular Abe Hcllginnn, Ihe genial Irensurer 
of the Crescent Tlienfre, wns a Crescent City 
nrrlvnl last week. 

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Briit RouF.iis and FflKii Law, presrnllng 
"Air. Alllo from Mobile," will be seen this 
neti sun with John Grieves' Parisian Belles 
Co., plnylug the Bmplre circuit of burlesu,uu 
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POLO GROUNDS. 

Willi .:i,l«:.iai>, A.. K . 1,11, », h. 
With Plll.lnirK, Ailtf. II, III, 11, l:i. 



Wanted Quiolf, for 

\ mmm \mi, a\u 1:0. 

I'lano I'lavur lo Honblu Cnrmit or Clarionet, Hliilo 
Vminbone for II. A U. Musi lie Al. Adibcsn 
AltTHI'H J. WOoirs as per route. Oilier l.'soflil 
l'co|ilo, wrlio. 

"•WaVtkII. kVOK 

THE CUTriSR STOCK CO. 

A first cliLSH lto]iertolro I.i-ndlrig VVoiiiun, wild 
tvnrdrolm; u No, l Kc|iori'itre llouvy nail Ciinrue- 
ler U'niiiiui who iloi-H spcclnllleK. Heml plailos 

■Uli] (ell nil llrwl lelli-r. in' vna Will no! he cnliHld- 
ere. I. W A I.I.ACK It, (im'till, Ibimliton, Ohio, 
wk. Alig.'l; n::.. fni I II, 

WANTJJD, " 

Lending Woman, Strong Heavy Mini, I'mnlrr 
(malt!), t.'luiracli'r Aciijr, wlio will Imioilc Crops 

(niiiHt im a (jfiiifi Ciiinitiic Actor), othar i.'scrui 

I'nople, wrlto. One none, Hint* everything lu 
ilrsi letter. Addnms 

IL'illKKT HflKKHAK, llellevllln, |l|. 

FOR SALE, 

2 MONTHS OF 600D ONE NIGHT STANDS 

In tmliiwiiri', Mil.. Mm..., Vn. llitttlniDit Knni. tif. 
Hiiverttl iJiiiiiilnn hIkIiIk iiiiiiI.Iii in ironiti Mil. h.'.i. 

...Ill ''Hit. i' IllHl'llltltf. 

Ill U'A IIIIK, mil klnu hi., WllmllKllill, Hal. 



WAN 1 ED, FOB 

Stetson's Uncle Tom's Cabin, 

MAN FOR MARKS. 

Also man who can piny tiibn anil nriiall imrtat, 
Ublreso per miito. I.KDN WAHIHll'U«. 

WANTED, 

MAN TO WORK P0N1T AND 000 ACT; ALSO 
YOUNG MAN AS ASSISTANT,' 

^ti'iiilv iiiiiri.ifi'miiiit lor iii.nilii'li'lil iii'iiiilf. 

Arlilni". I'liVl^iii f Hll.i.lillAKD, 

WANTED. FOR 
REECE BROS.' CIRCUS, 

PRRrXHIHKKH, tlimil nil 'rnuliil |.m|ili- fur (.lit 
illinv .111.1 rnnrirrl, ill-... CIIIIVKT. I'l.AltlONh^l 
uml Tl/IIA. Iyil.it H-iwon Hnlilli. Wbki.q Bliutr, 
Statu Mi.li.ry. Aililritfa 

HKKUK I1IIOS,, Aug. », Luulaa, Kf, 



674 



THE JfTETW TOEK CLIPPER. 



August 11. 



GOOD-BYE JENNIE JONES 

A "Knockout" Rube Bong, by LAWRENCE B. O'CONNOR, cotnpoaer of "BYLVIE," "I'VE GROWN SO FOND OF YOU," etc. Just from the press. 
Okorim.— tiood-hyo, Jennie .Iohch, I'm delighted to hove met -you ; Ynu ntolc my nrecloim roll. wan 1 dreaming when I let you i 

rt ■ i ■ fc «_ ■» ' . a-™» • . . ... .. . . *T ' i a. - i I 1 ■ nil T V, ,, ,1 iiI.a nnrnu irn/ul.hv(i .Inn n In Ti 



mm ■ uwnrufii (iuuuh; *vhi», i ua uniguivu iv uu*r hill juu 

k (food-bye, Jennie Jones, you can bet 1. won't forget you; 



Just a hundred bonoa, all I hud she owns, good-bye, Jennie Jones. 



GOOD-BYE, MISTER GREENBACK, 

The Great novelty sons "lilt," by THOS. S. ALLEN, composer of "ANY RAGS?" 
' ' Cliortia.— (Inodbye. Mlnter Orcenbnck, I hales to nee you go: It you and I should ever meet again Id say "Why. how de do. 

It makes me sad when 1 part with yo u, cau se my bank account nm low. Put now I'll k iss you "fare thee well, that means goodbye to you. 

DUSKY ROSE 




Ily the composer of "BY THE WATERMELON VINE" (Llndy Lou). No song like It or better. 



I'VE GROWN SO FOND OF YOU 

A new ballad, go od for all time and all places. By the writer of "hits." . 

KATIE 

A brund new Irtab walt z song, by BERT POTTER. Wo are proud to b o the publisher. ___^ - __ - ^^_^______^___^^_ 

STROLLING HOME WITH JENNIE 

A new March song, by the composer ot "ANY IlAtiSV "BY THE WATERMELON ,V1NE," "MY DUSKY ROSE," "SCISSORS! TO UR1.ND,'' "ON YO' WAY," "GOODBYE, MISTER GREENBACK" and many other successes. 
_ . . Stf" IMMKIVSE I'"OH (ICARTETTKS. 



WONDERLAND 

1 ' 

: , 3BM2ffJ&rf?^JKttfi£ n i wt . OTl ' p d 5 ne * nnd woptb ym,r » t * cn * 1 «n- ^rop Ms a "no. Song "MV ure to be had outride of New York now-a-days. 
» iiui i >mov\i. S1NOKHS.— Send up-io-ibite progruius for copies and orchestrations to these und other lnte songs, NO CARDS. 



A 'new Waltz song, and the most popular 
la New England to-day. Money : Up. 



167 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass, 





WANTED QUICK, 

El. BENTON'S 

Two Good Actors 

Of long experience. One ranahlo of handling tlio advance of a tenfahow. Week stands. Other for one 
night blandH. Mum he familiar with Hie Houthweat and coaat. Must havo experience and appearance. 

Want Dramatic People In AU Lines for Repertoire, Musicians (or B, and 0. 

Iluoze lltrhters and trmihle makers closed without notice. AddreBS 

rtiKOE It. IIENTON, lloltarl , Okla., week 0; Mangum, Ukla., week 13; Anadarko, Okla., week 20, 



WANTED QUICK, FOR THE LUCKIEST OF ALL WESTERN VAUDEVILLE SHOWS, 

111 CHftHAGTER MAN AND WOMAN. A1 HEAVY MAN, SINGING AND DANGIN6 SOUBHETTE 
, . ANDG0MEDK1N, £000 ALL ROUND GENEflAL BUSINESS MAN. 

Preference glv^n totlioHo doing specialties. ThiH i-ompany haa. been ont ten aoaaona, and has do 1 
otoeed in twoycarH.' Never inioed a aalary day; don't owe a dollar In the world, A permanent oir 
gpge.iiunt for tompetom, sober peop'o. writ* or wire, J. 8. ANOEI-L, 

Cation, Mo., wook Aug. o; Mt. Pleasant, la., wook Aug. 18. 



Double Bass and Tuba Player 

'WAZVTED, 

To opeu wtlhRentfrnw'a, lolly rilllilliulors, Ang.120.Ht Lolwnon, In<l. Address at once. J. N. RENT- 
1'HOw, Oyvll ['ark Theatre, Dalian, Ton. Can also pluoe strong Emottonal Loading Women posROBttlng 
youth, amiearanee and wiinlroho, capable of being featured In tmoh parts aH Lueorotla, Borgia, 
('amine, etc., cto. ActorH that Dimtilu Hand with Specialties, write. .Can use a good Sketch Team 
thai ran eliaugo often and Double In llmid. Munlelann Moulding Stage. 

Kerkhoff-Hillman Stock Co. 



(BK1HTII SKASON) WANTS 



IDXIXTG- 



wr 



Other useful Rep. people, write. Vandevlllo Performers wanted 



M once, for week stand 'Repertoire, _. . . 

who win ehiuige Tor week and Work or rhine l» one. Ted all. Add raw 
; IVAN KERK1IOFF, lU|rr., Kenplngton, Kan., till If). 

Smith (Junior, Kamas, week or 20; Norton, Kanstw, we«x 27; MoPhorson, Kan,,' week 
Sept. it. Dniiltio qlBHoh'tiiRStoreuptleonfoi-Halcata bargain. " ' > ■ 



WANTED QUICK, 

CORNET, B. and 0., 
TUBA 

Double STRING BASS, 

BARITONE 

Double VIOLA or 2d FIDDLE, 

Alto double 2d Violin, Piute and Piccolo. Other 
mti'tctaiifl. write. Pay your own. All must Join 
Immediately. Address FRBD. D. FOWLER, Hgr., 
Daverly's Minstrels, care ot Opera House, Pater- 
son, N. J. 



REPERTOIRE LEADIN6 MAN 

Immediately, (live height, weight and experience first letter, or by wire. Other uneful people, write. 
DR. H. D. RUOKER, Topeka, Khs., this week; Fort Worth, Tex., next week. 



AT LIBERTY, 

■ (OWINO TO DISAPPOINTMENT!, 

BERTHA DAVIDSON 

CHARACTERS. 

Ailllress BOX mil. LEWISTOWN, ILLINOIS. 



ELTSMGE 



J 

u 

~ FEATURED 

I PALACE - LONDON 

A o. H. HARRAS, Personal Hgr. 

N M.S. BENTHAM. 



WANTED QUICK, FOB 

HARRY B. LINTON'S ENTERPRISES. 

Tall, Slim Charactur Mint, Mun lor Irish Coiuedr. Doth to liotihle lirass. character Woman with 
Sui'Clullv. I'lano Player lo Double lUrllono. Man for Tuba and Double Bass. Al«n RXPKRIfiNUKD 
CflOmrH fJUthS. MOI1NNV WINK," "IH KF, \ OF THE ARENA," "STHA\«KIL IN 
TOWN," "MYWllfK'b F AMI 1*1'.** P 



WANTED IMMEDIATELY 

* . ** l, . 

I.KAIIINIi MAN. COMEDIAN.' SOltRHKTTK, HEAVY MAX, OHAltAOTEll WOMAN. WITH OHILI): 
imclllWlllA I.KADF.K, ACTOItH, Al,l, LINKS, UOUDLING BUAHB, nil.'NICIANN FOK 
BAND AM) OIM'IIKHTHA. < U VWI .'Ollll & UOS1CI.KK1II. /.-> 

Ilohlcll, Mo., week Auk. 0: llHrrlsoimllc, Mo., week Aug. 13. 



pdkj 

UKFISKI), 



SKAT. 



MAC and RUTH BERNSTEIN, 

SIMIBRS, DANCBI 

lii up to-iltue uuugs aud Oiincce. Oncu lor vmiiovllln or Kood cnnitMDy. Ad.1. 

Care Cleveland CLiri'EB, Cutoa Didg,, uierelund, o. 



ATTRACTIONS WANTED AT 

Citizens' Opera House 

NEW BETHLEHEM, CLARION CO., PA. 

Vaudeville, Minstrel, Comedy or other »how«. 
Good open time. HeaM600: population, 2.000, 
AddrcitH CITIZENS' OPERA HOUSE. 

New Bethlehem, Pa. 



WANTED AT ONCE, 

Lady Musicians 

FOR BAND. Prefer SOLO CORNET and TROM- 
BONE, (load reader*. Salaries reasonable, and 
U. R. rares paid aft«r Joining. Kickers and oranb» 
stay away. cIi.jhi.uik, wire. 

DK1.EN MAY BUTLER, Dubuque, Iowa. 



XrVANTED, F"OR 

The Keeney Stock Co., *w* 

Ai Pianist, Sight Reader, Standard Overtures; Character Man and Woman, wftli Speclaltlas If pw- 
Bittio; General Business Man, COMEDIAN and SOVBRETTE. feature Hpecftiltiea. Rehi'tiisnis 
An?. 14. Answer quick, ataUng all, PAY OWN BOARD. Addrcpn 

THOS. W. KEENEY, "Brookinga, S, Dak. 



WANTED QUICK, 

GUY SUMMER SHOW, 

MUSICIANS TO DOUBLE STAGE. 

MANAGER BTJY SUMMER SHOW, Mt. Oarmol, 111. 



REPERTOIRE PEOPLE IN ALL LINES 

INCLUDING TALL, GOOD-LOOKINU JUVENILE MAN. 

Hnet Join on wire. Elrsi-claaa Rop. Agent, Good Specialty Team. Muat play parlfi, single 
«oeclalty Homo parts, fllve holght, weight and exjiarlence. Enclose programs. W.A. PARTKI.1-0, 
Manager Bennett-Moulton Co., flayrc, Pa. ConBlder allenqo polite negative. ' "." 



CHAUNGEY-KEIFFER CO 

II ILL 



Mention everything. Address 



FREI) CHAUNCBY, HarrisiHirg, Pa- 



MISS 1LLA ROBIM, 

AT LIBERTY. 

S0UBR8TTES AHD LEADING INOENnES, 

Season IDOS-il, with Roe Stock Co., No. 1. 

190 BALBM ST.. Sw«mp«tott, Mau. ■ 



0. L. JENKINS, LEADIN6 CHARACTER PARTS; 

ANNIE E. JENKINS, SECOND SOUBRETTE, 
now playing laland Park, Me. Disengaged after 
An K. 18 Addreps till 24th, 

UARTKOKD HOUSE, Augusta, Me. 



THE C?T"V 

WONDERFUL OXA 



UNIQUE THEATRE, 



AEB0H, 
OHIO, 
Will Open far the Season MONDAY, SEPT. 10. 

a mSSPJuS!S&FS am »«WWWMM AND STOCK C0MPAJ.IE8. SEPT. 10 STILL OPEN. 
™S? Sill, j,2SsF *?fr J ,? l if°.™° t ot '"VIM to till » number or cnB»ceni(int» will, my SPIRAL 
IPSE! ^"'"trio? »t llio Fill Kolri, will sell H hair llltcrcit nunc UNIOUE THEATRE for one ym 
or Ioiikct lo « coinpcjioiLl Manuiior wliu ci.ii take cliuikT. - 
lease lheTlic»treaii.l mturcfl. Write ut once. 



Might nlHo entertain a pn.ro^lnoh 10 
AOIIILLE rillLION, MHU»pcr. 



and Modem Remedy Co., 

ontirint.S!i»JS^h»l a .? 1 '??- T »™«.>-»'»»IUK>in»l«J0ir or .sal.ry d.y n.l«»ea. We »re 
LKSTKIt'S COIIKDIAWS, silver Orcek, OhanL Co., N..V. 



WANTED, FOR A LONG 8BA80N SOUTH, 

Musicians in all lines, Useful Performers with two or more Acts, 

State loweat. Join on wire. Hunter, N. Y., Aug.u;rnoonicia,i8. THOS. PINK'S OIROBS. 



,.ji* ,...«*lvt.... 



AUGUST 11. 



THE ISTEW YORK CLIPPER. 



675 



ft 



THINGS AM A'COMIN' MY WAY" 



THE WARMEST COON SONG THE SUMMER HAS PRODUCED! 

A Jolly, Rollicking Coon 8ong Hit, written In Rag Time. To hear it Is 
to dance-you simply can't help It. No Minstrel, Vaudeville or Song and 
Dance Man should be without this one. 

IT'S YOURS FOR THE ASKING! 



HERE'S THE GHDRUS--THE VERSE IS JUST AS GOOD. 

Oh 1 my ! how happy I feel, 

I've got a vision of an automobile; 

Don't have to wonder where I'll get the nex' meal, 

Eattn' ehioken that I don't have to steal. 

Every thing now seems a'comin' my way, 

Every dog you know am bound to have his day, 

I'm a gettin' mine, I'm right here to say, 

For things am a'comin' my way. 



SDH FOR TIE IB - LOW MELODIES - 



'BY THE BEAUTIFUL OLD OHIO" 

Illu.lr.ted ■■ {SIM.., ,,V00 P.r let), .nil 

«uv nunvrve nidi »» 



'MY BUCKEYE GIRL 

WE WILL 8ENP FREE PROFESSIONAL COPIES UPON RECEIPT OF PROGRAM. 8TATE IF ORCHESTRATION IS PE8IRED. 

MAR-LOW PUBLISHING CO., Portsmouth, Ohio. 



J.W.Gorman's Park Circuit 

VAUDEVILLE ICTS. INCLUDING HEADLIHES, 

Six to ten weeks. 3. W. CORK AN, 100 Hoylaton St., Boston, Mass. 



THEALDEANS 

COMEDY BAR ACT. 
OPEK "FX3MEXX, AITGJ. 6. 

FIRST CLASS COXED V ACT FOR BURLESQUE OR THEATRES. Address 

UIO OHIO ST., CHICAGO, ILL. 



Joe 



C AXLO HIGH ROLLERS 

MEMBERS WILL PLEASE ASSEMBLE FOR REHEARSALS 

At MURRAY HILL LYCEUM, 341b St. and 3d Am., LADIES, Thursday, Aug. 16, 

10 A, H.; GENTS ADD ALL, Monday, Aug. 20, 9.30 A M. 

Acknowledge call by mall at oace. WANTED, Staging Ladles to lead SINGING Null- 

H. 9. WOODHULL, H.n.ger, 



BERS. No dancers. 



630 Knickerbocker Theatre Bldg., 10 to 11.30 Dally. 



LATEST HITS OF J AS. FAX, 

CANADA'S WELL-KNOWN COMEDIAN. 

whistled and Sang bj EVERYBODY. Two IRISH songs, "WHIRUIO DAS" and "HOW 
DO THE* KNOW, I DUNNO." "HKR AN8WKR," a catchy Soubretto Hit. A Fad, Hu- 
morous Scotch Song. "IN THK TWILIGHT," Beautiful Ballad, with Violin Obligate. For sale 
"j , ™ aw " , ™ •• SUCCESS MUSIC C<i. 306 DEAKBOHI ST., CHICAGO, ILL. 
PRICE 21c. PER COPY. 



IMeORESCOU HAIR CO. 

lea STATIC ST., CHICAGO, 5Ui FLOOR. 

TI1TU m 

OorspeCialtyls value for your money 
at one half the price others ask for 
the same goods. Perfect satisfaction 
guaranteed or your money back. On 
receipt of 51.00 deposit we will send 
goods C.O.D., subject to examination. 

Remember the Name 
and the Place. 

CATALOG FIUHE. 

NECRESCOU HAIR CO., 

168 STATE ST., CHICAGO, 6th FLOOR. 





Dazian's Theatrical Emporium 

NOW AT 142-144 W. 44th ST. (Near Broadway), NEW YORK. 
THEATRICAL COSTUMES AND SUPPLIES, 

EVERY flKiiUIHlTE FOR TUB STAGE. BEND FOR CATALOGUE* 



WANTED AT ALL TIMES, 

VAUDEVILLE ACTS 

— AM) — 

BURLESQUE WOMEN. 

CHAS. H. WALDROS, Palace Theatre, Boston, Dlau. 



PITMKT & Ffl Wig & Toupee Makers, 

* Ull Mb W VWH PAINT and POWDER 

■•VIOXIll'l THBATBB. Okl.aara. ill. Vel.piou— Catral, «()«. baa tor C«talo»>. 



SHOES 



FOR STAGE. STREET AND EVENING. EXCLUSIVE STYLES AND 
WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. Short Vamp and Stage Last* 
always on band. Mull orders fllled. Fit guaranteed. 

WILLIAM BERNSTEIN, 

Tel. 808 Madison Square. 600 Sixth Ave., near siet St., N.Y. 

ALL COLORED SUPPERS HADE TO ORDER IN 34 HOURS. 



Katz, Theatrical Costumer. 

BURLESQUE WORK A SPECIALTY. 



Also EMBROIDERED DRESSES for Specialty Acts. 

"'Exr — 



715 LEXINGTON AVE., near 5Blh Street, Now York. Tel. 3073 Plaza. 



IIIAAI EBP Olinni IC4J Club,, Batons, Ouna, Rolling Globes, Hoops, 



Pftratnj.Romftn Axes. Stamp for 
Row. van wvok. 01no*nn»a.O. 



BASS .DRUMMERS, AHOY! 

DAL makes a Fibre Case lor a Rasa Drum that weighs a little mote 
than four Dram, and It will outwear your heavy trunk. 
Don't be chump enough to pass It bj. 



• WILLIAM BAL line.), 
110 W. *Rh8t.,B.Y.cltj. 




And make TOO. a fortune. Ifyoti hare a 
PLAY, SKETCH, PHOTO, ACT, 
SONG or BOOK that!, worth anything-, 
joa should copyright it. Don't tak. 
chances when you can secure onr Bery. 
lce» at .mail cost. Sendfor oar SPIUU. 
OltER 10 INVOITMS before applTlng for 
a patent, it W0 fay you. IwflMUM M 
talentlientmt. Wead.lae If patenta- 
ble or not, rUXK. We Incorporate 
STOCK COMPANIES. SjaJl fee*. 
Consult ua. 

WORMUl E & VAN MATER, ' 



Colaabis Copyright ft ratset to. fctt, 
WASNMT0N,D.C 



Rubber Balloons, 
Rubber Ball*, 

Rubber Good*, 
For Carnival Salee. 
Cane Hack Cane*. 
Knife Rack Knive*. 





No. 2717— Cunfltock— 70c. per dozen. 
We Dave the largest assortment of Knife Board 
Knives went of theMlHslftaippI river. Our prlcoa 
arc absolute rock bottom. Wo also carry a full 
line of Streetmea's Goods, Carnival Novelties 
and goods for Fairs. We are one of the oldest 
Strcetmen'B supply houses In the United Slates, 
We have thousands or satisfied customers. We 
ctio satisfy von and want your business. NO 
SUBSTITUTING unless you say so. Orders 
shipped the same day as received. Large Cata- 
logue Freo. 

COE, YONGE *3c CO., 

7t li and »t . Chart .■« St., ST. LOUIS, MO. 




30c. per loo. 



Our 1906 STREET 
MEN'S CATALOGUE li 
now ready (or dlilrlbu 
lion. Writ, lor It to 
day. You cannot afford 
to bo without • copy. 
Mitltd trio. 

OUT, 



LEVIN BROS., SE; 

30-83 N. SIXTH STREET, TEKRE HAUTE, 1ND. 



STALLMAN'S DRESSER TRUNK. 

Easy to get at everything with- 
b oot diBturhirg anything. No 
' fatigue In pactclng and unpack- 
ing. Light, strong, roomy 
drawers. Holds as much and 
coats do more than a good 
box trunk. Hand riveted; 
strongest trunk made. In 
small room serves as chiffonier. 
O. 0. D. with privilege of ex- 
amination. 2C. BtamD for f'HtH- 
log. F. A. STALLMAN, 

86 W. Spring St., Columbus, O, 




SHI 



BLOOD POISON 

FOR M0REJHAN TWENTY YEARS 

wo have made tho cure of Blood Poison a 

specially. Wood I'oison Ptrmaiiently Cured. 
You can bo treated at home uuuer same 
guaranty. Capital $500,000. We solicit tho 
most obstlnato cases. If you have ex- 
hausted tho old methods of treatment and 
still have aches and pains, Mucus i'atchen In 
Mouth.Soro Throat, Pimples, Copper-Colored 
Spots, Ulcers on »ny part of the body, Ilalr 
or Eyebrows falling out, write for proofs of 
cares. 100-page Book Free. 

COOK REMEDY CO., 

till Haaonlo T«inpl»,Cplcio,o, IU,,U.8,A, 



THE HURRY-UP 

PRINTERS 



South Bend 
Poster Printing Co. 



.SHOW PRINTERS, 

ENGRAVERS, BIG TYPE STANDS, 

MUSLIN BANNERS, HERALDS, 

BATES, all sires. 

New luillillna, ground floor, everything 

Stock tiarald* in preparation for 



popular plays, 
ttpeclal feature.- 



"5E 



t dellvei y a 



UNION LABEL ON ALL WORK. 

T. B. MoKOKE Mgr„ 

Late Foreman National Pig. A Kng. Co. 
COR. CENTER and COURT 8TB. 

SOUTH BEND, INP. 




Leatheroid Trunks. 

tICHTER THAN 8TEEL. 
BO TIMES 8TRONCER THAN WOOD. 

LEATHEROID MFC. CO., 



Send for New 
Theatrical Catalogue. 



■81 B'WAT 



RUNKS 



"PATTERSON" 



TUB WORLD'S LKADK11S 



"ATLAS" 



NEW CATALOGUE JUST OUT. 
THE DELBER TRUNK AND 11 AH CO., I)» Columbia Av... Philadelphia, I'a. 



CENTRAL TRUNKS. 

Kin., 17.80 ; 28ln,l».M>; lOll., 19.80 I Stla., S10.S0 : 401a., 112 60. Circus Trunsi.lUflHllI, 
17.60. Bill rrnnka, B0i2»il6, Inaldc (12.00. Lltko Tranki, «2.tti28K»12 1 Itulda, llt.OO. 
■hipped oi receipt of la.oo, biL C. O. D.. eic.pt orer 800 miles, then remit whole amount 
(IIIONS * CO,. CENTRAL TRUNK FAOTOBT, Bat. ISM. B w.cor. 7th and Arrh Hts.PnUa. 



ATTENTION, VAUDEVILLE ACTS! 

YALE THEATRE. 



Now bonking through 



KANSAS CITY, IK). 

Mil. J. K. JACKSON, Agl. Mltlillo West Circuit, Sioux City, la. 



FEATURE ACTS 

WANTED Hill Till: IIIIM'ODHOSIK AT PITTHIIIIIIU KXPOHITION. 

Opens Aug. 20. Closes Oot. 27. Nothing too hlg or too good. All KiiiieslrluiiH, wrlto. 

T. M. IllllTOV CO., 11 n-i.-i-Kl Parmer.' Hank ilullillii K , I'ltt.liurff, Pa. 



WIGS 



WILLIAM 1IEPNEB WIG CO., 

LKADINO WIG HAKKR1. 

Largest stock Id America, wigs made to order. Toll Hoe of palntr, 
powders and cold cream. Bend for catalogue "O," to either place. 

134 WEST asm St., N. Y.; Uhlcago Opors House filook, OhlOaflO. 





SOIRS 
TO 

PTIRnPF BnlldlDg. Telephone, 20W Orameror. Cable Id. 
IiUOUrii dross, slanoslg. All printed matter and ml, tree. 



To apply for lowest rates at 
PAUL TADSIO'B EXOtUHdE OFHOB, 
lot Eaat 14th St., New Tort, Herman BaTlnia 1 



HAVE YOUR MUSIC PUBLISHED BY US. 

Send nun Komi poem, a good melody or a complete work, We have no favorite writers. All get 
oiiual treatment and conmduraf Ion. All letter*, aiisivcred promptly. 

PIONUBR MUSIC PVJUL1BMIHO COMPANY, TOU Manhattan Bids;., CHICAGO. 



PUTS 



For Stock Companies, lor Riptrtoln Companies, (or Asatian. 

LAKOEST AS8011TMKNT IN THE WOULD. Boots for home amuw- 
ment, Nogro riars. Paper, Scouerjr, Mrs. larlef. Wax Wort,. Cat** 
logne Freel Free! Vreel 

SA.tll KL PRHNOII, IT W. asd St., New York, 



MANAGERS, Attention! 

If you owned a railroad, per haps you arc s&tlHflcdto carry heavy 
But If you — 



execfls hroedlng trunka. 
getallAL trunk. 
Send for Catalogne "C, 



t you want to nave excesa baggage, 



_W|LLUAM BAL (Inc)., 



110 W. 40th St., S. ¥. 



67G 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August 11. 



TO THE PROFESSION. 

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miscellaneous. 

I Thi new CATALoora of the Joseph Mun- 
ch, en Electrical Co. Is completed. Owing to 
the Iroquois fire, tbey did not Issue a cata- 
logue last year. When their catalogue wis 
about to go to press the Iroquois fire took 
place, ana the .National Board of Voder* 
wrltera changed their rules, making It nec- 
essary for every manufacturer to change the 
style and description of their apparatus 

Notes fiimi toe Uoheralan Glass Blowers 
and Carnival Co. — We are playing to crowd- 
ed houses everywhere, ana will remain In 
Maine until about Jan. 1. This country la 
all right If you have got the goods. 

Notes kiiow Tox-Ko-No Medicine Co., No. 
2. of Sherman. Tex., m route to the coast, 
through the Bratoa Valley, In onr private 
car.— We Just got back from a trip through 
Kansas to the good old State of Texas, and 
business seta better and better every day. 
We are still making Blair's Ton-Ko-No fam- 
ous. Our company consists of : Dr. D. W. 
Moorhead. proprietor; Mrs. D. W. Moor- 
head, secretary and treasurer; Dr. W. 
W. Cobb, physician and surgeon, the Wil- 
liams Family, Leslie. Vlrga and Chester, 
are making a hit wltb their original songs ; 
J. Ilarbnugh Is shipping clerk, T. B. White- 
head, cook. Everybody is well, and enjoy 
reading The Old Hi: liable. "Ghost" walk* 
regularly. Our baby piano la one of our 
new attractions. 

Notes fuom the HcDade Fun Makers and 
Great Kentucky Show. — We opened our sea- 
son under canvas at Saltlick, Ky„ April 16, 
and have been turning them away. Have 
only missed four shows, and have been In 
Kentucky all season. We opened with : 
l'rof. Smith's Band of twelve pieces, Eddie 
McLtade, Zona UcDade, Little Zorene Hc- 
Dade, Prof. Goes, Joe Oliver, the Burks, 
John Kenney, Ben Jackson, sod Ora, props. 
This show consists of ten wagons, two 
Stanhopes, one carryall, and the Tittle mas- 
cot, Zorene, and her pony, Woodford, snd 
the beautiful little trap, led us to Lexington, 
Ky., for three weeks, commencing July 23. 

M. Hbnbt Walsh's Cbystalplbx Co., wltb 
twelve people, Including the Criterion Band 
and Orchestra, will be entirely new for the 
coming season, opening In New England on 
Sept. 10. Mr. Walsh's time Is nearly all filled, 
under popular societies, as heretofore. 

V. S. Story's Canvas Theatre Co. reports 
showing to capacity business through Ver- 
mont and New Hampshire. The roster re- 
mains unchanged. Orchestra Leader Jos. 
Sonner Is doing good work with bis men. 

Tun Bohemian Glass Blowers and Car- 
nival Co., under the management of Prof. 
Harrington, reports showing to splendid busi- 
ness, making week stands through all the 
principal towns In Maine. 

Notes fbom the C W. Pjlskib Amuse- 
ment Co. — Manager C. W. Tyler celebrated 
the forty-third anniversary of his birth on 
July 6, in royal style, and waa the recipient 
of an elegant gold watch from the members 
of this company, who hold him In high es- 
teem, also a beautifully mounted Elk's tooth, 
set with a solitaire diamond, from his part- 
ner, Roy M. Cramer. This company Is doing 
a remarkably floe business, notwithstanding 
we have had considerable rain and went 
through a tornado at Hiawatha, Kan., June 
30. within a fortnight two new shows will 
be added to the company, viz. : "Hale's Tour 
of the World" and Ed. Ashley's "White Plan- 
tation Show." John G. Rae and family were 
the guests of Dr. and Mrs. B. E. Merkel, the 
preeB agent, July 20. Joe L. Lucas, mana- 
ger of the "Nellie Show," and the "Snake 
Show," was badly bitten by a large boa con- 
strictor, 16. The wounds were made tho- 
roughly aseptic and cauterized, and no bad 
results have so far appeared. Mrs, Geo. 
James, who was so badly lacerated by the big 
lion, Hex, at Ellsworth, Kan., on June 1, has 
rejoined the company after a siege in the 
hospital, but Is still unable to work. It re- 

?ulred 133 stitches to close the wounds, and 
or a time her life waa despaired of, blood 
poisoning having set In. 

Martin G. Mulligan, manager of ad- 
vance car No. 2. of Chief Hale's Kire Fight- 
ers, was a visitor of the John Robinson's 
Shows, at Decatur, III., July 9. Mr. Mulli- 
gan writes that the performances are second 
to none. Wm. Mulligan, the clown, is mak- 
ing s hit with his funny burlesque on fight- 
ing the flames. 

Notes from the Solomon Show. — We are 
playing Massachusetts to the biggest business 
ever done by any similar attraction. Played 
a return date at Gardner week of July- 23. 
The company Includes : Dr. Barry. lecturer 
and manager; Mickey. Finn, .comedian ; Her- 
bert, magician and handcuff expert; Little 
Pauline, child performer ; Nelly Weston, Illus- 
trated songs and violin aoloa ; Llllle A. Jones, 
expert pianist; Vivian Lorry, characters; 
moving pictures and Illustrated songs. Her- 
bert escaped from the Gardner jail, after 
being put in a straltjacket, and three pairs 
of handcuffs and locked In cell, In just eight 
minutes. . .. 

Notes from the Frank H. Reynolds Dog 
and Monkey Circus. — This show Is still play- 
ing over the Main circuit. George A. Fox 
closes this week, to go to Manchester, N. H., 
for a short vacation. Bert Webber joined 
last week, also Curtis, the tambourine spin- 
ner. Business is good. We open In opera 
houses at Rockland, Me.. Sept. 17. 

Noteb from Tim C. W, Parker Amuse- 
ment Co. — We encountered a terrible atorm 
at Kearney, Nebr, July 2f>, during which all 
the shows were flooded, and the top of Barnes' 
Wild Animal Circus was blown down. The 
tents were all crowded with people, but,. for- 
tunately, no one was hurt. Notwithstand- 
ing the storm, Kearney has been the banner 
stand for us this season, and all bands are 
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Tub Powkes Bbos. are operating roller 
skating rlnka at Altro Park, Albany, and 
Luna Park, Schenectady, N. Y., and will hare 
Winter rinks at Yonkers, Poughkeepsle and 
Schenectad*. N. Y. 

Tut Ta.ti.or & Burrows CiNEUATooruni 
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vada, Mo., for a five weeka' engagement. 

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MAINE. 

Portland.— At the Gem Theatre, Peaks 
Island (C. W. T. Coding, manager) very grati- 
fying business prevailed last week, the stock 
presenting "Margery's Lovers" in a pleasing 
way. The Boatonla Ladles' Orchestra, as- 
sisted by Gertrude Holt, concert vocalist, 
commenced July 20 a series of Sunday night 
concerts, the first one being well received. 
Aug. 0-11, "The Case of Rebellious SiiBan." 

jBTFKasoN (Cahn A Grant, managers). — 
"A Family Affair," by the McCullum Stock 
Co., drew well, and was a most acceptable 
offering last week, Alice Carle, contralto, 
waa enthusiastically received during her 
second week's special engagement. M. J. 
Garrlty, resident manager of this bouse for 
several years, and a Portland boy who has 
worked his way up rapidly, waa Informed 
the past week of bis deserved promotion to 
the position of Eastern general manager of 
Calm A Grant's theatre circuit and other 
large business Interests, assuming the duties 
of Mr. Grant, who Is 111 at his Summer home 
In this vicinity. The stock at this house baa 
had a successful season, which terminates 
Aug. 18. During the week (Ml, the double 
bill, "My Turn Kelt" and "Dora." 

Cape Cottage The.vthb (K. V. Phelan, 
manager). — "Nlobe" was the entertaining 
bill offered by the stock last week, and gave 
much pleasure, drawing good sized houses. 
For week of 0, "The Mountebank." 

Rivhton Park (D. B. Smith, resident 
manager). — J. W. Gorman's company pre- 
sented the musical comedy, "What Wright 
Left," to record returns last week. 
♦*♦ 

OKLAHOMA. 



Oklahoma City. — At Dclmar Garden 
(SInopoulo A Marre, managers), July 1.8 
saw the close of vaudeville at this house for 
the eeaeon. North Bros.' Comedy Co., In rep- 
ertory, opened 80, for two weeks, to be fol- 
lowed by the Taylor Stock, for the rest of 
the season. The vaudeville bill for 22 and 
week drew very tine business, with Leo and 
Chapman, the Four Hmperora, GUI Brown, 
Gonzales Bros., and Blossom Robinson. 

Bijou Aibdohr (E. J. Lnstarre, proprie- 
tor). — Sunday opening, July 20, had 9. It. O., 
ana put on a good performance with Ingham, 
Jack Benson, Hart and Hart, and J. Buckley. 

♦*-•» 

NORTH CAROLINA. 



Charlotte. — At Latta Park Auditorium 
(W. A. Peters, leasee and manager) the stock 
company continues to draw the accustomed 
large crowds nightly. Mr. Peters Is keeping 
up lils excellent reputation as an amusement 
provider. 

Academy or Music (Marx 8., Nathan, 
manager).— The season of 1000-1007 will 
open Aug. 24. 

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veigled from the comforts 
of his city den to the conn- 
try where he spent a day of 
torture at the home of a 
married friend. Bis expe- 
riences go from had to 
worse, until finally he 
breaks away and runs for 
his life. 




RECENT HIT8 

THE MASQUERADEflS, 579ft. 

One of thu Jollies! society oomedloa In 
years. Particularly adapted to high 

..loin audiences, 

THE NIGHT OF THE PARTY, 495ft. 

A hilarious comedy, with two nils- 
diluvium ciiUdronaa the leading char- 
actors. 

THE PAYMASTER, • 112ft. 

The '"Way Down Kant" of moving 
pictures. A positive hit everywhere, 

THE VILLAGE CUT-UP, 575ft. 

A chase that ends in a ml I pond, I7n- 
<|iicHtIon*tily the biggout scream of the 

RttMftj 



SPECIAL.--AT THE OLD SWIMMING HOLE. 118 Feet. 

A bit of exquisite photography, calculated to awaken memories andcasio every man Intlie audience to ill up ami talcs notice, 

AMERICAN MUTOSCOPE & BIOGRAPH CO. 



is 



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NEW YORK CITY. 



KLKINK OPTICAL CO., Chicago. 

SPECIAL. SULIJNCi AGENTS. 



PACIFIC COAST MlANCHl 
H0»3 W. PICO ST., Loa Angelee, c»l, 



Atlantic City 



, HOURS from NEW YORK via 

, New Jersey' Central 

Pissing Through Lakewood. 



[I ilfcl PerlorCei 



Lr. W.«]ilSr.9.3aA.M , .cia!ly(i3.soF.M.5*t.), 

3,30 P.M. e*cci>t Sun. I .v. l.hxny St.,cj, ( n a.m. 

tUitj (coo r, m . S.t.), 3.(d p. m. SBSS (it Sua. 



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■IlkOlln* Tights. *'J.OOl Wanted 
Tights, •X.ODt Cotton Tight*, 
• 1.0111 sn.k > igh u. from »».«« apt 
Skirts to match, all iimt price 
as tight* t Pomps MB e«at«| Ob It- 
ers, •l.OOi Blastle Supporter*, 
•1.00i Cloth Supporters, lift cents* 
Send for catalog*!* and iampl»» 
of tights free. Po*ltlv*l>- a da- 
~oslt required. Satisfaction gnaran- 
;e<1 or money refunded. 8P1UEK BROS., 
t .-5 Woodbine, .street, Brooklyn, N. Y.; New 
York Ollloo. Lincoln Btdg., 1 Union 8q. 



WANTtD, 

DOCTOR 



Ttcxiiitcrcil In Knt)n., for ofllre. with Hhow 
HaUry or Cora. FO 
CL'NHR for Okln. Ter 



in"., wi .niiti, iviui niiun. 
lOlt BALK, MKUIt'lNH LI- 

AddreBa 
F. A. LKONAUD. Wellington, Kana. 

o7"8im^ELSrTiT~w7 

20th St.. N. V. The up-to- 
data THEATRICAL tVIQ 

uakku. Band (tamp tor 
haw Price Llit Jut out 



WIGS 



ivAsrr CAiviv 



Owing to Opening; a Week Earlier, 

High Rollers. 

Member, will •■■•mill. ■• Ml ilil.VV HIM, LYCEUM, 34th St. and Third AT.. 
l.A IHKI— Monday, Aug. 13, 10 A. H, 
GENTS AND ALL-W 'idamlav, Aug. ID, 8 30 A. M. 
Pleaee a. knowledge call by mall at onra. 

WASTED, Hn-aiMO LADIES TO LEAD nil JIUEIH. 

H. S. WOODBILl, laca.er, 830 Knickerbocker theatre Bid., law Yetl. 



AT l_l ■■CM-TV, 



HARRY LENARD EDYTH OGLESBY, 



Heavies, Characters, 



Smbnttes, ingenues, 



Stage Manager, Director or Producer. Singing and Dancing. 

Addreae HAIinY l.EKAHD, Bridgeport, OHIO. 



ON TO VICTORY' 



POPVLAR llltl A X SONG. 



Address (lis Author, 



MK8. II. B. t II AMUKKLIN, Storm Lakf , Iowa* 



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THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August 11 





FOLLOW 

WE ARE TICKLED TO DEATH at the way the boys and girls took notice of our 

because we know that YOU WERE TICKLED TO DEATH and we want to thank 

by the many letters sent by out of town performers who have received our new publications, 

8TERLINC and VOW TILZER. Here they are: 

WE 8AI0 THIS 80NC WAS AS OOOD AS "WAFT TUX THE 

WEBTLOWmfUfll 

Thl» w»a li wlin lo h« •»■ »«»« >'j 

DOPING OUT THE PA8T PERFORMANCES OF 5x5555555 and 



ABRAHAM JEFTERSOI 

* ____^__ ____ A Coon Song llial la m Coon l>«| 



ITKRL1HO mnd VON TILZEUH Novelty Boa*, 



WOULD YOU LEAVE YOUR HAPPY HOME FOR ME? 



A (irnH o iil <o follow ".Mafclnn Ky." 
Another Om( STERLING ond VON T1LZEH NoVaMy Sang, 



HOME, SWEET HO ME, SOU NDS 6000 TO ME 

, / W\ Haw Fir* lilt. __ 



A Coon Novelty, 



THE SONGS OF THE RAGTIME BOY 



ThU lit m Wonder. 
A Oreot Lllllo Ketl »Me Wolti Bonn, 



GIVE MY REGARDS TO THE BOWERY 

The Only Being of Ihlt ICItm on the Morten. 
Our <«■■ «i Big Coon Smifc llll, 

MOVING DAY 



Moving Beller then F.ver, 



Ttil. 1. Ihf Or«rf.l It-ll-i M» KI.IVU 



tfalUal * 



IN THE EVENING BY THE 



ThU la iitr Hnnu I hay 



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WHOA" 






Oar Cif H Big 



P. IV- Application for (ho obo*e aonga bjr moll will b* promptly nttemled lo. Orr baatroilona la any koy, bat we vtoolrl Ilk* to hnvr you coll anil haar than*. 

HARRY VON TILZER MUSIC CO., 



OALL-REHEAR8AL 

WATSON'S BURLESQUEHS 

TUBSDAY, AUG. T; 

WASHINGTON SOCIETY GIRLS, 

MONDAY, AI/O. 13. 

The ladles and gentlemen ennnd will hum ropori for ruliouraul on above dateaat UBBTIIOVEN 
HALL, &TO BTRlBr. NEAR ilOWEHY. hfUi acknowledge to 

W. U. WATSON, Room 720, Knlukcrbocker Theatre Building, New York. 



MANAGERS. PERFORMERS, ATTENTION. 

IROBST TRIO, 

OEOHOB, M/1UUE, "YOUNG H'l'.VNI.KV," Prannt Their Mow Act, 



'THE 



L_L.O\AA 



A unique and very funny ukenli. duly copyrlghti-d and protected. NOW HOOKING TBB IIBST 
HOUSES ONLY. I'. M.-Onr Wooden Shoo and Holler Skate Diinclng Is now a thing of the past. All 
•genu. Permanent address, FOTTSVILLE, PA. 



MORS. LEAP8 AND HEAP8 ACTS. 

BAILEY and FICKETT 

Greatest of All Comedy Acrobatic-lamping Acts. 

Aug. is, raster's. Look mb over. Two hIiowh. Add. woo* Aug. a, Luko view rnrk, MMdlolown, Conn. 
N. U. w I I.I. AGUKIT (llll)li SHOW KOK BBASON. for. odd., euro of Cl.l I'l-I.K. 



Paoifio Coast Amusement Co.* 
SULLIVAN and CONSLDINE, 

OwolDff .nil operating w First class Vauile vine Theatres East, Northwest and West. 
I,- •m-mjr A my/Tr*. wjv -jr-k at all times, FIRST OLA9S ACTS OF ALL KINDS 
I* '• W Al» M JVJiJ. that ean deliver the goods. 

BULK BOOKING, AOBNTBt At.. ONKEN, family Theatre, nam St.. New York our; 0HA8. WRAT, 
t a* American Sank initio.. Seattle, Wain.; OI1B.1B. 0. BROWN, »I S. Clark St., Chicago; AH0II1E LEV*, 

HI Edn> St., San Francisco, Oal. 



WANTED QUICK. FOR 

UNCLE SI HASKINS, 

Actors that double brass, Character Old Man to do Undo Hi and dlroct stage, Juvenile Han to double 
alto, cornet (o doublo stago, Otheni write. Address , 

C. 8, PRIMROSE., Manager, Alt llonry , IlllnoU. % 



TRICKS 



Alt th« Lntcat and Drat. 

YOST & COMPANY, 901 Filbert St., 

(Established 1870>. Philadelphia. 

New, Enlarged, Illustrated Catalogue. 




CIRCUS CANVASES, 

Pole, lid Stakes, BRATS, nan. Etc, 
BLACK TENTS. SIDE SHOW rAlNTINOS, FRONTS 

AND IIANNKHH FOIl STRUCT FAIRS. 
Agenti. for KIND'S PATKNT C1I10US LIOHTS. 
: r,ii ,'. cu w. Wnahlngton St., ODICAOO, ILL. 



AT LIBERTY, 



TRAP DRUMMER 

Mm lent Com tidy or Good Hon**, 
Address WM. A. LAND, 

206 Oulhwnlte St., Clovoland, Ohio. 



Young Han, 20 Tears Old, Acrobat 

nuil Buck and Wing Dnncer, wants position 

In traveling co. Play parts. 

• Q. DKOKOS8. 330 French St.. Bangor. Me. 



SOUBRETTE WOULD LIRE PARTNER 

MuBt bo a gentleman and npcrformer. Korpartlcn- 
I tin* addrcHd, with two weeks' roiito, or pcrmnnont 
addrews, li lu i lv B Sherwood, Gcn.Ho !., 81 l'arjI.MInii; 



GOOD COMPANIES WANTED 

WltlTH I'Oll OPEN DATK8. 1IARNUV 
Ol'liRA 1IOU8B, DOUIHVII.I.K. N, Y. 

T. B. ltoimiNS, Mgr.. 



WANTED, FOR FERRIS' COMEDIANS, 

THE LEADING POPULAR PRICED COMPANY OP AMERICA, 

Strong Loading I Arty utunt be young and handsome; Juvenile Han capable of piny lug some Heavies, 
Htrong line of ports; unit for Light Comedy and Character parts, must do Specialties. You nut tie it 
or you will be eloped atllrst rehearsal. Name lowest, Mum loin on wire. Addreaa UAltKV BUUJI, 
Ugr., Oahkonh, Wis,. Aug. e-U; Green Hay, Wis., Aug. 13-18. 

P. 8,-WHUo Fonherg, of Fonburg Trio, and Bert Aldoa, wby don't you Joint ^ .^ 



CHAS, WHITEHURST, HAZEL WYLDE 

Characters or Sen. Bus. Leads and Heavies. 

One Plee. or Reliable Repertoire, write or wlro. 

(HAS. WIIITKIll'HNT, Oulvlll.-. Ohio. 



WANTED, Repertoire and Vaudeville People, 

ALL LINES, FOR THE 

JACK HOEFFLER SHOW. 

Address BAM BPEDDHN, Mgr., Pint) Island, Minn. 



MAMAOERS, ATTENTION. 

WANTED, GOOD COMIC OPERA COMPANY, 

OR ANT OTHER STANDARD ATTRACTION, 
For OPENING NIGHT OF NEW THEATRE, ABOUT OCT. 1, 1906. 

Good ShoarTown for ono night Hands, house lighted with electricity and gae, dressing rooms enulflK 11 
with h ot and cold water, also bnth room. Sonddfitc*. Can [urnlsli orcheHtru or brass band. Adilrem 
wDGS IQ1IN W. BAW80N, P. 0. Bor 1T1, Rejnoldarllle, Fa. 



ACTORS, BEWARE (Every Dog Has His Day) 

Horn cars were an rtiht In their daj. So were canias coreroa 
trunls. Bat. their dais are passed. 

Mor.l-(i„t a UAI. HHIIK THINK. 

t i SudCoroauiofuoo. . william bai. (inc.), 

110 W. Mth St., N, Y. OIU. 



AUGUST 11. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



KY HOUSE 



last adv. by dropping in for that little chat about songs. WE ARE TICKLED TO DEATH 
you and tell you how much we appreciate your coming in. We are also more than pleased 
stating that we have undoubtedly the greatest bunch of songs ever turned out by 





8WN HHINKB, WEL LIE." NOW WE SAY If IS BETTER. 

nSPRUGTHE 



MOUY, 



*IL BJaJartWsjJigj. Wr,H>ferta«w.. 



VOW TILZKH ON THIS KIND OF A TRACK-HERE IS A CINCH WINNER. 

W1SHIIGT0R LEE 



That It H. That U m fctu 



□r lb* Anchor Of "STRIKE UP THE [MUD," 



SHIP AHOY! LOOK WHO'S HERE SHIP AHOY! 



Oh. Wheat » Hit IhliU Q»l»' to B*. 
K».rjrbtdr )■ l'r»iy Al.ont (fall Urn, 



ARE YOU C0MIN6 OUT TO-NIGHT, MARY ANN? 

__ . An Irith Bat-ana do. 9 



BTEaUltfl mod VON TILZF.H'B Big Ballad lilt, 



WHERE THE MORNING GLORIES TWINE AROUND THE DOOR 



A Orrat Patriotic Plarrob Seng, 



THE GOOD OLD SONGS OF THE DLUE AND THE GRAY 



Oood fay llptmlng or < ltnlw« ■■ Ail. 
That Dalaly Ltttl* BaSf, 



IN A HAMMOCK BUILT FOR TWO 



Thll »«if Will Mafca Good Awrwt.tr>. 



Ac VON TUVSBII • »■» 



MOONLIGHT, DEAR LOUISE 

*-•■ will mwwlllni. ■ W 



■ will ■* , "» ""*■ "■■ 
at* all talking «fco«l. 



Wild WHlw Hit. 





it 



WHOA 



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MAHAY, JCL1.I •■* WILL VON TILZBJt at* a I way. In , and will n 1 1 •nil to j/oa panan»lli% With but ** is h- . Iter in* ioml ■ K •*••»* «f • ••» ■! n , >l n t tnl » »•■«, 

37 W. 28th St., New York. 



• VOMK aTHB^T, 

Covent Cardan, London' 



879 



* GEO. miUS "STAR" FILMS* 
A DESPERATE CRIME 

LENGTH, 1,000 Feci, — PRICE, $130.00. 
Ssnsatlonal. Will Keep any Audlencs Bound In Interne Emotion. 

Llthographa for "DESI'KRATE on i mh," 4 Dlirerctit Stylos, 

By DONALDSON A CO., Nowport, Ky., and HKNNKGAN A CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. 



THE TRAMPS MATTRESS MAKERS 



AND 

THE| 

HO REET. — MO.rilJ. 



As a Comedy Creation Hits Film liaa No Equal, and will Oame Shout* of Mughtcr. 

THIS FUJI WILL MAKE & HORSE LAUGH 1 1 

--JUST OUT* — 



300 Feet. -— 8*1. on. 

Tlili Subject Shows tlie Wonderful Inoldente Due to Postern Coming to Lire. 

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